DEADLINE: ROLLING —Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) invites student journalists to work on the UDEME project.
All interested U-Monitors must be good writers and passionate in demanding accountability from the government.
U-Monitors will attend a 3-day training which will focus on Investigative Reporting, Accountability Journalism, Stakeholder/Advocacy engagement, and FOI Writing.
Applicants must be students of higher institutions in Nigeria and must have no less than 2 years to graduation.
Interested students must be resident in the state where their institutions are located.
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