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25.07.2022 Featured CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Journalism for Social Justice Training

Published 25th Jul, 2022

By Opeyemi Lawal

Are you an early-career journalist with an interest in journalism and social justice? The Foundation for Investigative Journalism and Social Justice (FIJ) is inviting applications for a one-day training for 20 young journalists.

The opportunity is open to undergraduates and early-career journalists who have a passion for defending the public interest. The training aims to expose successful applicants to the use of journalism for social justice. Trainees will be enlightened about the need to produce quality, critical and impactful social justice stories.

At the end of the training, participants will understand why social justice journalism is important and how to profitably practise it. They will also learn how to measure the impacts of their stories.

Who Can Apply?

Undergraduates with an interest in using journalism to fight social injustice and journalists in the first years of their career who want to integrate social justice reporting into their work can apply for this opportunity.

How to Apply

Interested applicants are encouraged to click on this link.


Friday, July 29, 2022

Training Details

Date: August 4, 2022

Location: Lagos (in-person)

Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Published 25th Jul, 2022

By Opeyemi Lawal


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