DEADLINE: JULY 9, 2021 —The Africa-China Reporting Project (ACRP) at Wits Journalism in Johannesburg and Paradigm Initiative (PIN) based in Nigeria, seek proposals from Nigerian-based journalists for reporting grants and workshop participation.
Successful applicants will receive a reporting grant of US$1,000 and will also participate in a Digital Identity Training Workshop in Abuja, Nigeria on 9-12 August 2021 to investigate issues related to digital identification, data privacy, and technology in Nigeria and West Africa.
The workshop will also feature participation in PIN’s Digital Rights Academy 2021.
The deadline for applications is July 9th, 2021.
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