The Chevening Africa Media Freedom Fellowship (CAMFF) is aimed at mid-senior level African professionals with demonstrable leadership skills in their fields, which may include public servants working in areas of media policy and regulatory frameworks, or media professionals such as journalists. The Chevening Africa Media Freedom Fellowship Fellows will undertake a bespoke 8-week fellowship programme
The Aga Khan University Media Innovation Center is accepting applications from storytellers, writers, visual artists, cartoonists, illustrators, data analytics specialists, data scientists, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, coders, programmers and animators who are willing to work as team to create compelling and engaging multimedia projects on important social, environmental, economic issues in the East Africa region.
Are you a feminist storyteller? Do you believe in the power of stories reaching millions? Are you a budding writer, artist or videographer? Then the Young Feminist Media Fellowship opportunity is just the right thing for you! The Young Feminist Media Fellowship is meant for young storytellers who have a passion for and commitment to telling powerful
The CIPESA-ICT4Democracy Media Fellowship aims to raise media understanding of, and its effective and consistent reporting of ICT-for-Democracy issues in East Africa. It is expected that the fellowships will result in increased quality and regularity of reporting, as well as a greater diversity of voices, in coverage related to ICT, democracy, and human rights. CIPESA works