Africa-China Reporting ProjectFollow
Tracking Africa's engagement with China. https://t.co/5M10fd5UNG. https://t.co/F61IWg4UGI. A @Journ_SA project.
The @witschinaafrica in collaboration with @ParadigmHQ participated in the #DRIF22 in Nigeria, where conversations on digital policy in Africa were shaped and debated. We took part in this hybrid event,with a panel of four Nigerian journalists.
See report: https://rb.gy/9rtkow
Surely, this work wouldn’t have been possible without the great support and assist provided by the @witschinaafrica @oloyenaija1 @HonourPen @ojuroungbesodiq and the rest of those who worked behind the scenes.
#ICYMI | The Africa-China Reporting Project's softcopy book has officially been released! This issue is packed with tons of resources and Pan-African journalism workshops.
Available here: http://rb.gy/czzw31
Are you interested in developing new skills for investigating the Africa-China story?
Here are training & skilling resources, compiled by @witschinaafrica, for journalists following Africa-China issues. https://buff.ly/3BJWAsn
I'm proud to be part of the contributors on this new book. This project was supported by @witschinaafrica,the publication explores the impact of two Pan-African journalism workshops and investigations published in 2019 and 2021.4
The Africa-China Reporting Project is proud to announce the publication of its new book on the impact of two Pan-African journalism workshops and investigations published in 2019 and 2021.
The book is accessible here: https://rb.gy/czzw31
@witschinaafrica @ParadigmHQ Thanks much @witschinaafrica for the opportunity to be part of the panelists to share my investigative experience.
AS IT HAPPENED!
#DRIF22 In-Person Session | Day 1:
Our DRIF panel reflected on the impact of the @witschinaafrica's work, published investigations by the awarded journalists and complex issues around Digital identity, data and technology in Africa.
@IfedayoOgunyemi of @nigeriantribune speaking on his investigation on what persons with disabilities suffer during compulsory NIN enrolment —
https://tribuneonlineng.com/persons-with-disabilities-suffer-during-compulsory-nin-enrolment-nimc-personnel-facilities/ at the Digital Rights and Inclusion Forum (DRIF) 2022 #DRIF22 @ParadigmHQ @WitsUniversity
#DRIF22 #Nigeria In-person Session Day-1
The @witschinaafrica participated in the insightful DRIF22 in-person session under the theme: "Digital Inclusion: Where All Digital Rights Begin" hosted by @ParadigmHQ in Lagos, Nigeria.
Today as a speaker/panelist, at the 2022 Digital Right Inclusion Forum with @ParadigmHQ and @WitsUniversity 🇿🇦 @WitsChinaAfrica
#DigitalRights #WitsJournalism #Journalism #DRIF #Inclusivity #DRIF2022
Day 1 at #DRIF22 In-person session | Catch Bongiwe Tutu (@MsBTutu), together with four journalists, who were awarded reporting grants to investigate the complex issues and developments to Digital identity, data and technology in Africa.
#DRIF22 #Nigeria In-person Session DAY-1
Join us today and tomorrow for another insightful DRIF22 in-person session under the theme, Digital Inclusion: where All Digital Rights Begin by @ParadigmHQ @TechHerNG @witschinaafrica and Keeping It Real Foundation
⏰Today marks a final call for African investigative journalists to submit their proposals for the climate-focused reporting grants.
Successful journalists will receive reporting grants of between US$1,000 and US$1,500.
For more details: https://africachinareporting.com/call-for-applications-china-africa-relationship-and-the-climate-crisis/
Malawi's plan to boost the mining sector is confronted with many obstacles, one of which is the influx of foreign small-scale miners, especially Chinese nationals that are most of the time reportedly exploiting rural communities. | By Collins Mtika
With an initial loan of $500 million and another $1.3 billion borrowing from China, Nigeria constructed 186-kilometre Abuja-Kaduna and 156-kilometer Lagos-Ibadan rail projects, respectively. | By @niyi_oyedeji
⏰ Tomorrow is deadline day for these climate-focused reporting grants by @witschinaafrica & @chinadialogue.
Successful journalists will receive reporting grants of between US$1,000 & US$1,500.
Apply by April 22. https://buff.ly/3qZZs0e
We're collaborating with @chinadialogue to provide African investigative journalists with climate-focused reporting grants of between US$1,000 & US$1,500 to investigate climate crisis in Africa.
🗓️ Deadline: April 22
For more details:
We're working with @witschinaafrica to provide African investigative journalists with climate-focused reporting grants: https://africachinareporting.com/call-for-applications-china-africa-relationship-and-the-climate-crisis/
❗️Applications close TOMORROW (22/04) #journojobs
🚨 DEADLINE TODAY!
Today is the last call for applications to report on Digital identity, data privacy & technology in Africa.
Successful applicants will get reporting grants of up to US$1,000.
Applications close today at midnight.
For more details: