Grant available for data-driven reporting on land, property issues

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Nigeria-based freelancers and media professionals can apply for a grant.

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, in partnership with Code for Nigeria and others, is seeking applications from Nigerian journalists who want to participate in a collaborative reporting project to investigate land and property rights in their home country.

Possible topics include land grabs, property disputes, hidden land deals, flawed and opaque land registries and other growth and development issues related to property rights.

The grant recipient will be paired with mentors from the Pulitzer Center’s partner journalism organizations, who will help the grantee more fully develop the investigative story. The reporting will be published in Nigerian and international news outlets.

The deadline is March 15.

For more information, click here.

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