(Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal) Gender-based violence reporting fellowship

Deadline 8 November

Journalists and writers from Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal are invited to apply for a
specialised program that aims to examine and expose under-reported topics of violence
against women.

The Africa Women Journalism Project, an initiative supported by the International
Centre for Journalists in partnership with the Ford Foundation West Africa, has opened
a call in Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal to increase the capacity of women journalists to
understand the complexity of gender-based violence and exploitation and empower
them to cover gender-related issues. Through its programme, the AWJP is looking for 60
women journalists interested in revealing the scale of gender-based violence in the target

Learn more about the fellowship and apply here.