- Are you a talented full-time or freelance journalist in print, online or broadcast media?
- Do you have a keen interest in investigative journalism?
- Do you have a story idea inclined towards a particular area of anti-corruption and good governance that you have always wanted to pursue?
- Are you looking for support for your investigativestory (stories)?
If your answer to all the above is YES, Africa Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG) offers qualified
journalists financial, logistical and advisory support to facilitate their investigation of chosen topical
public interest story whose focus is on governance and anti-corruption reform in the management of
the country’s public and economic affairs. In return, we expect that at the end of the fellowship, you
as the successful fellow, will produce and publish a compelling public interest story (stories) through
print, online and/or broadcast media.
Download the 2014 application form from here