Applications are open for the Thomson Reuters Foundation Reporting on Human Rights 2020 for Journalists in Africa. Thomson Reuters Foundation will conduct an 8-week distance training programme in English that will aim to strengthen journalistic and advocacy skills and the quality of media repor ... read more and apply
Could your picture tell a thousand words? Then the camera is in your hands. Thomson Reuters Foundation photo competition is open to anyone with a passion for turning the lens on the real lives behind the headlines, and an ability to capture the most powerful images of the pandemic’s impac ... read more and apply
Thomson Reuters Foundation is delighted to offer African journalists, who are motivated to report on malaria, the opportunity to take part in a new remote training initiative, Reporting on Malaria in Africa. This remote course will begin on Monday, 07 September and end on Friday, 25 September.
As ... read more and apply
The outbreak of the novel Coronavirus sweeping the globe is threatening millions of lives, pressuring health care systems and disrupting economies. Equally relentless is the proliferation of misinformation and a lack of understanding about the potential consequences and impacts of COVID-19, leading ... read more and apply
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