Call for trainers on mitigating extremist radicalisation for social media influencers, bloggers in Guinea Bissau

The MFWA has been awarded a grant by the European Union for a three-year media sector support project in Guinea Bissau. The project is titled: Promoting Media Freedom and Access to Quality Information in Guinea Bissau.

Overall project objective:

The project seeks to ensure that Journalists and other media actors in Guinea Bissau are safe and secure, and produce ethically-appropriate, timely, and fact-based journalistic content that fosters peaceful co-existence and enables public access to quality information in an environmentally sustainable manner.

The project in Guinea Bissau is also partnering with key state actors/institutions such as the police, military, the regulatory bodies, the judiciary and the human rights commissionmedia actors, and media organisations to increase their knowledge on human and media rights issues and build partnerships to promote and protect press freedom and freedom of expression in the country.

Purpose/Scope of Consultancy Assignment

The aim of the call is to provide training for the social media influencers (including bloggers) on online journalism, digital security, fact-checking, online ethics, ways of mitigating extremist radicalisation through digital platforms and peace messaging

 The training for the social media influencers (including bloggers) will be two-days

  • The training is expected to provide the beneficiaries capacity building enhancement through practical and theoretical sessions;

If interested, kindly click here to access the full details of the consultancy service.

Kindly note that submission of interest and inquiries should be sent to info[@] copying the Project Coordinator daisy[@] no later than September 10, 2022.

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