Digital journalism free class (mooc)

The news cycle is relentless: it doesn’t allow for journalists to take weeks off to learn new skills. That’s why Code for Africa, with support from Google News Lab and the World Bank’s Global Media Development Programme, has launched a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) specifically designed for African journalists. The MOOC is free of charge and launches with 47Continue reading “Digital journalism free class (mooc)”

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Grants: impactAFRICA data-driven investigative journalism (current round due TOMORROW)

Announcing impactAFRICA, a $500,000 data-driven investigative journalism initiative, coordinated by Code For Africa. impactAFRICA will seek to support pioneering data journalism that tackles development issues, such as public healthcare, in six initial African countries: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia. The second of four impactAFRICA calls for applications is active now: deadline for submissions is 15Continue reading “Grants: impactAFRICA data-driven investigative journalism (current round due TOMORROW)”