Thursday, 25 October 2012

Call for Applications for Journalism Training on Global Economic Governance: African Perspectives

Are you a mid-career journalist, then you need to apply for an eight-day training course on:

Global Economic Governance: African Perspectives

In order to apply, applicants are requested to complete the information sheet (to be downloaded from the website) and submit it to the address listed below together with the following documents:

a motivation letter, explaining what the applicant and their respective media houses hope to get out of the programme and how s/he will apply the skills learned;
a detailed CV with clear contact details; and
a letter of support from the applicant’s employer (or professional association, in the case of freelancers), with clear contact details, committing the applicant to participate for the full duration of the course.

The international travel costs to and from the training venue will be borne by the GIZ in the event that the media houses are not able to cover the costs. In addition, accommodation costs as well as daily allowances to cover meals will be borne by the organisers.

Closing date for applications: Monday, 5 November, 2012.

Note: Only applications complete with all the above information will be considered.

Read more about it here

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