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TRF Training Program ‘Reports on illicit financial flows in Africa’

Organisation: Thomson Reuters Foundation

  • Eligibility Criteria:
    – Journalists with at least two years of professional experience and fluent in French;
    – Freelancers and staff journalists can apply. Journalists working for a news organization must first obtain the agreement of their editor-in-chief. Freelancers must provide proof that their production will be accepted by one or more media organizations;
    – Journalists must be based in Africa and work for at least one African media.They must be fluent in English.
  • Type of Funding: Programmatic
  • Target Countries: Africa
  • Application Language: English

The Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) is looking for journalists based across Africa who want to understand how their countries are losing money because of illicit practices.

The Wealth of Nations program is a long-term commitment, and participating journalists must take into account all elements of the program, by signing an agreement to this effect.

As a condition for participating in the program and obtaining the certificate at the end of the training, journalists should take into account all the elements, including the production of at least one report on illicit financial flows for participants in the program.

TRF offers grants to cover internet/data costs. Participants who have attended at least 90% of the trainings will receive the grant and a certificate of participation in the program. Please note that grants awarded vary depending on the anticipated resources required to complete the story.

For more information visit Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Status: Closed

Type:
  • Grant
  • Training and Education

Funding Size: $700

Deadline: 23/11/2021

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