Journalists who are fluent in English and have at least one year of experience can apply to attend this free training.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation is organizing the workshop “Reporting after the epidemic” to help journalists investigate what happened after the Ebola outbreak. The course will take place June 5 to 9 in Freetown, Liberia.
The workshop will cover investigative and storytelling skills, provide practical approaches to reporting and help participants develop hard-hitting story ideas. Reporters will then receive ongoing support from project editors to produce original stories. Modest reporting funding will be available.
The foundation covers travel expenses and subsistence costs.
The deadline is March 20.
For more information, click here.