DEADLINE: JULY 9, 2021 —Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) invites applications for its #CREATESAFESPACES Storytelling Project.
The application is open to journalists, media professionals, freelancers, and researchers in the media industry.
All experienced Nigerian journalists across online, print, and broadcast mediums can apply.
The Project aims to transform the storytelling around gender-based violence in ways that prompt policy-makers, security agencies, the judiciary and larger society to be more responsive to the issue and commit to preventing its occurrence.
Reports from the project must revolve around Child marriage in southern Nigeria, Sexual violence towards street kids (Almajiris) in northern Nigeria, Sexual violence against persons with disability, Marital rape in families and communities, and Widowhood in the Nigerian Armed Forces.
The deadline for applications is 9th July 2021.
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