African journalists can apply for this data journalism masterclass facilitated by the Ripples Centre for Data and Investigative Journalism (RCDIJ).
The hybrid training, which will integrate Geo-Journalism with Solutions Journalism, will hold in Lagos on November 30, 2022.
RCDIJ aims to empower journalists to effectively report on the environment, with special focus on interventions geared towards fighting climate change and improving the environment.
Beneficiaries will learn how to integrate data collection, analysis, visualisation and reporting for a holistic coverage of the environment, with special focus on impact assessment of solutions being deployed.
The masterclass is open to journalists from across Africa, with special consideration for practising (or aspiring) data, investigative, and geo-journalists.
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