IPC training on safety, security and managing trauma in investigative reporting

DEADLINE: APRIL 23, 2021 —The International Press Centre (IPC) invites journalists to participate in a virtual program under its Enhanced Safety Awareness Programme.

The project is supported by the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) to promote safety reporting of the Covid-19 pandemic and other crisis situations.

Print, online and broadcast journalists in Nigeria across the six geopolitical zones can apply for the capacity building training.

The first webinar will build the capacity of journalists from the North Central, North East, and North West zones while the second webinar will be cantered on journalists from the South South, South East, and South West zones.

Only the selected journalists will be contacted, but IPC will establish a data base of all applicants for information sharing on other training/fellowship opportunities and media development.

The deadline for applications is April 23, 2021.



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