Program focuses on religion reporting [Nigeria, Sudan]

Posted on Dec 2, 2020 in Specialized Topics

Nigerian and Sudanese journalists can apply for this free six-week online course.

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), in partnership with Code for Africa (C4A) and Sudan's Ayin Network, is offering a program for Nigerian and Sudanese journalists to help citizens overcome barriers to religious freedom.

The course will teach data-driven forensic research techniques for analyzing online extremism and militancy, along with investigative journalism skills for producing compelling multimedia storytelling about religious freedom and tolerance.

Participants will receive virtual in-person training, mentorship and grant opportunities. 

The deadline is Aug. 25.