Thomson Reuters Elections Reporting Program 2017 for African Journalists

Written by ADEPT

1 May 2017

Deadline: 1 May 2017
To address the challenges of access to reliable news based on evidence, the Thomson Reuters Foundation is partnering with TRI Facts at Africa Check – Africa’s first independent fact-checking organisation – to help African journalists and editors to fact-check their own election coverage.
The programme will provide skills, tools and resources on fact-checking in an African context. It will look at how to develop and integrate evidence-based election coverage into existing newsrooms, and how to make information engaging for an audience that might be fed up with the campaign.More info here

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