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THE AFRICAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE (#AIJC19)

The African Investigative Journalism Conference (#AIJC19) is the premier annual gathering of African investigative reporters – a three-day international conference for and about investigative journalism. It involves skills training, networking, collaboration and in-depth accounts of major investigative stories. It is hosted by the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

This year’s conference will feature more than 50 speakers in workshops, panel discussions and networking sessions, as well as skills training in areas such as advanced data analysis and security. Key speakers include award-winning journalists from across the world and Africa’s best. This is a chance to hear and meet those leading the field and enhance your skills with the latest tools and tips.

In 2019, with the support of our sponsors and partners, we have a budget to bring 40 African journalists to Johannesburg for the conference. Places are open to print and broadcast journalists with a proven track record in investigative journalism, who want to develop their investigative skills and learn from other African and international journalists. Fellows will be required to either produce a story or do a presentation in their home country, based on learnings from the conference.

What will the bursary cover?

The bursary will cover flights to Johannesburg, airport transfers in Johannesburg, accommodation, transport to and from the conference, meals and conference fees. It does not cover home-country transport, visa costs or a per diem.
Applications close on August 2 2019. Successful applicants will be notified by email by August 30, 2018.
Note: The conference will be conducted in English and there will be no translation.

For Application VISIT HERE



SHELL GRADUATE PROGRAMME

The Shell Graduate Programme is a development framework that enables new graduates to become fully independent Shell professionals in 2-5 years. At Shell, new graduates have access to an unparalleled range of roles and world-class training and development opportunities, including:
Leadership skills development
Networking, Coaching and Mentoring relationships
World-class training (classroom-based learning, e-learning modules, accreditation)
Job Rotations in different businesses

Graduate Trainees who have:
·         Completed their undergraduate degree not earlier than 2016
·         Graduated with a minimum 2:1 (Second Class Upper) degree
·         Have completed their Nigeria National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme with proof of discharge certificate
Applicants who do not satisfy the above requirements will be automatically be rejected

Courses of Study includes:
·         Social Sciences
·         Law
·         Finance
·         Mechanical Engineering
·         Chemical Engineering
·         Civil Engineering
·         Structural Engineering
·         Metallurgical Engineering
·         Electrical Engineering
·         Electronics Engineering
·         Instrumentation Engineering
·         Geology
·         Geophysics
·         Mathematics
·         Marine Engineering
·         Accountancy

 APPLY or visit the Official WEBPAGE



GAPMIL Youth Ambassadors Application Form

The Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) Youth Committee with support of UNESCO and SIDA is calling for Youth Ambassadors as part of its strategies to operationalize the Youth Committee globally. The Youth Ambassadors represent the GAPMIL Youth Committee; they are champions of Media and Information Literacy (MIL) from all regions of the world with a mandate to advance the global MIL agenda.
Youth Ambassadors act in the interest of the GAPMIL Youth Committee and coordinate activities in their regions as well at the national and international level. The GAPMIL Youth Ambassadors are established according to UNESCO’s regional structure (Africa, Arab States, Asia Pacific, Europe and North America, Latin America and the Caribbean).

 ELIGIBILITY FOR SELECTION
  1. Applicants must be between the ages of 16 – 30.
  2. Applicants must be able to communicate in English language.
  3. At least two persons or organizations must refer applicants in order to demonstrate competency and commitment to lead an international process.
  4. In selection of members, the Selection Committee comprised of GAPMIL Youth Committee members, will balance cultural and geographical representation globally, and will look for diversity in member’s background in terms of NGOs, print/broadcasting unions/associations and journalists’ associations, libraries, film and game organizations.
  5. Membership of Youth Ambassadors must be gender-balanced, having 50 % of female and 50% male members.
  6. Youth Ambassadors will be selected for a fixed period, which will be a duration of service of two years. This could be renewed based on commitment and performance. Evaluation will be done by project leaders.
  7. Selection Committee will select 12 Youth Ambassadors.
  8. The Youth Ambassadors Network shall be established based on volunteers. The call for Youth Ambassadors has to be open, transparent, and on a first-come-first-served basis, keeping in mind the criteria described above.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
  1. Demonstrate a strong desire to help promote information, media and technology competencies and create innovative ways of engaging young people in realisation of MIL initiatives.
  2. Be passionate about empowering of citizens with knowledge and skills to be able to critically interact with information and media.
  3. Must possess talent in diverse fields in media, information and library sciences, technology, arts, sciences, literature, entertainment, sport or fields of public life to be able to contribute to the achievements of GAPMIL goals.
  4. Must be conversant with the goals and activities of GAPMIL and possess willingness to connect, collaborate, exchange and broaden the work of GAPMIL.
  5. Demonstrate a sense of responsibility and leadership qualities to initiate, coordinate and implement activities related to development of media and information literacy.
  6. Demonstrate the commitment and proven potential to reach out to citizens especially youth and children. Ambassadors must be willing to actively advocate for MIL enhancement on local and global level and to take action.
  7. Possess the personality and dignity required to advocate for MIL globally, demonstrate personal influence in their communities in relation to MIL and skills for inclusive and innovative leadership. Ambassadors should also demonstrate awareness of MIL development and related issues in their communities/regions and globally.
  8. Must be affiliated to an organization or youth organization like NGOs, print/broadcasting unions/ associations and journalists’ associations, public and private institutions or similar others.
  9. Experience in project implementation at regional and/or international level, and in working in a multicultural environment.
  10. Have read the MIL CLICKS PACT here https://en.unesco.org/MILCLICKS and signed to commit to it here https://en.unesco.org/feedback/commitment-be-mil-clicker

Note: Selected GAPMIL Youth Ambassadors represent the GAPMIL Youth Committee and DO NOT represent UNESCO neither are they UNESCO Ambassadors and are not allowed to use UNESCO’s logo
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Deadline: July 22, 2019.

For application CLICK HERE



NPDC/SEPLAT UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

Accounting, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Science, Architecture, Business Administration, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Geology, Geophysics, Human Medicine, Journalism, Law, Mass Communication, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, and Petroleum Engineering.
Eligibility: 200 Level and above
Scholarship Worth: Seplat pays N150, 000 yearly until graduation.

Application Deadline: 15th July, 2019.

NOTE: Application is FREE and only qualified eligible candidates will be contacted for aptitude test.







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