Announcement

January 24th, 2023

Thomson Reuters Foundation, in partnership with TrustAfrica, The African Centre for Media Excellence, The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism and The African Centre for Training Journalists and Communicators, is looking for investigative or financial/business journalists based anywhere in Africa to take part in a long-term scheme that will help them produce stories and investigations on the abuse of tax laws and illicit financial flows. The scheme involves intensive workshops, ongoing advice from experienced investigative journalists, and access to expertise and story leads.  

The deadline is 11th January 2016.

Journalists who speak English, French or Arabic can apply. Find out more at https://wealth-of-nations.org/ 

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