ICIR is partnering with the Public and Private Development Centre, PPDC, in this project which is aimed at equipping Nigerian journalists with the know-how to better scrutinise and report budgetary and procurement issues, in order to create more transparency and accountability in the public sector.
There is an opening for the position of a Program Officer at the International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR.
The programme is aimed at journalists and bloggers with at least three years of experience, and who hope to advance their knowledge in the area of sciences.
The International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, Abuja, in collaboration with the Public and Private Development Centre, PPDC, is embarking on a project to build the capacity of Nigerian journalists to scrutinise budgetary and procurement issues, in order to create more transparency and accountability in the public sector.
The Columbia Journalism School is calling on qualified journalists to apply for its one year, full-time fellowship programme called: Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism.
The International Reporting Project, IRP, is calling for applications from professional journalists to report on global religion issues.
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, WAN-IFRA, is calling for nominations for the 2017 edition of Women in News Editorial Leadership Award.
The International Center for Journalists, ICFJ, in collaboration with ONE and the Elliott family seek entries for the inaugural 2017 Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is calling for applications from Mid-career journalists into its research fellowship program of either three or six months at Oxford University.
The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism, WSCIJ, has called on journalists across the country to apply for the 2016 edition of its annual best investigative reporter award.