Apply now! Investigative and anti-corruption reporting training for journalists

Are you a journalist based in the Ashanti Region? Are you passionate about investigative journalism and anti-corruption reporting?

Then take advantage of this opportunity!

The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) with funding support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is organising a two-day training workshop for 30 journalists on investigative and anti-corruption reporting in Ghana.

The training forms part of efforts to promote transparency and accountability in governance through independent investigative journalism and enhanced citizen’s access to governance information through the use of RTI laws.

The training will equip the selected journalists with the relevant knowledge and practical skills in investigative reporting focusing mainly on investigating and reporting on public sector corruption and inadequacies in public service delivery.

Target Beneficiaries

The training workshop is open to journalists in the Ashanti Region with passion for investigative and anti-corruption news reporting.

Method of delivery

The two-day workshop will combine both theory and practice as methods of delivery. Participants will take part in individual as well as group assignments and presentations.

Application Process:

Interested journalists should click here to apply no later than February 12, 2024.

Female journalists are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

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