WATCH: Training Webinar on How to prepare a good reporting proposal by Paula Fray

The Africa China Reporting Project presents:

HOW TO PREPARE A GOOD PROPOSAL: ACRP PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTING GRANT PROPOSALS 2020 REVIEW AND ANALYSIS

With Paula Fray (CEO, Frayintermedia)

Introduction by Bongiwe Tutu (Assistant Project Coordinator, ACRP)

The Africa-China Reporting Project (ACRP) has since 2009 provided reporting grants to journalists. By means of providing facilitation and capacity building for journalists via reporting grants, workshops and other opportunities, the ACRP aims to improve the quality of reporting on Africa-China issues. In March this year the ACRP sent out a call for Public Health Reporting Grant Proposals to uncover stories developing amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing impact in Africa. With over 300 applications received, the ACRP invited all applicants and other interested journalists to participate in a free online training webinar on How to prepare a good proposal. By using the large body of Public Health Reporting Grant Proposals, this webinar will assist ACRP applicants and all journalists with developing their skills of preparing winning journalism proposals, and will address questions and concerns that journalists have in improving their proposals.


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UPCOMING WEBINAR EVENTS:

The Project will be holding 8 more Webinars for the rest of the year, see below for more details to participate:

  • Wednesday, 5 August 2020, 10am CAT – Protect yourself and your data – Africa-China edition, by Desmond Latham (COO, Frayintermedia), Register HERE to attend, visit the website for more information.
  • Wednesday, 19 August 2020, 10am CAT – Trends and recent developments in African investigative reporting, by Anton Harber (Caxton Professor of Journalism [Adjunct]
  • Wednesday, 9 September 2020, 10am CAT – COVID-19 regional African journalism roundtable, with Eric Olander (Managing Editor, China Africa Project)
  • Monday, 28 September 2020, 10am CAT- Environmental Journalism Training Workshop & African Investigative Journalism Conference, Sep.-Oct. 2020; APPLY NOW: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS OPEN
  • Tuesday, 29 September 2020, 10am CAT – Huang Hongxiang Chinese-language Webinar
  • Thursday, 15 October 2020, 10am CAT– Environmental Journalism Seminar (as part of the African Investigative Journalism Conference (AIJC) 2020)
  • Thursday, 29 October 2020, 10am CAT– ACRP Forum (as part of the African Investigative Journalism Conference (AIJC) 2020)
  • November 2020 TBA – Book discussion – The South Africa-China Relationship.  A Partnership of Paradoxes