Organisers are looking for stories that will advance and bring attention to transparency, accountability, and civic engagement in these thematic sectors. The scale of stories could be local or international and the means used could be radio, text, print, IoT, machine learning, artificial intelligence or social media.
The deadline is on 31 March 2020.
As part of the fellowship program, you will be provided a monthly stipend of N150,000 meant to cover food and logistics. Participants will take part in rounds of engagements with stakeholders on the ideas to receive feedback and potential support. Other sessions on Centring People in your stories, Storytelling for journalists, Making sense of the data, Data Visualisation Tools, Multimedia storytelling will be handled by the civic hive team.
- Applicants are ideally full-time writers, print or broadcast journalists, filmmakers, bloggers, or other media makers, with well-established records of publication, dissemination or broadcast in local, regional or national markets, or among targeted audiences or constituencies.