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Thomas Reuters Foundation Africa Rising Reporting Fellowship in Kenya, 2018

Thomas Reuters Foundation invites applications for a Media Development Program fellowship in Kenya to foster the highest standards of journalism worldwide. The workshop aims to equip journalists with the skills necessary to cover the economic and business trends. Led by seasoned Reuters’ journalists with deep experience, the course will show you how to make the link between money and people;...

Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellowship in Washington DC, 2018

Applications for the 2018 Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellowship in USA 2018 are now open at the Wilson Center in Washington D.C. Building on the accomplishments of the Ion Ratiu Democracy Award (2005-2016), the Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellowship (IRDF) aims to support individuals around the world who are working on behalf of democracy as activists or intellectuals, whether they are...

Postdoctoral Fellowship for International Students in South Africa, 2018

UCT and QMUL offer 2018 Postdoctoral Fellowship in criminology, environmental security, violence prevention and/or safety governance to candidates of any nationality but a preference will be given to Black South Africans. The University of Cape Town (UCT) is a public research university located in Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is jointly the oldest university...

How to Answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Questions: 2018 Essay 6

Mandela Washington Fellowship application review questions. Picture: Adepeju Jaiyeoba
Today, we review question 6, the final question in the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2018 application process with the kind contributions of the following fellows: Patience N. Agwenjang - Cameroon Lucinda Mary Athieno - Uganda Witika Mk (Bwalya Maketo)- Zambia Helina Stiphanos - Ethiopia Adepeju Jaiyeoba - Nigeria Esther Mark - Nigeria Owolabi Tobi Isaiah - Nigeria Tola Oni- Nigeria Janet Gbam- Nigeria Question 6 What skills and knowledge do you hope to gain from the fellowship? How...

How to Answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Questions: 2018 Essay 5

Mandela Washington Fellowship application review questions. Picture: Adepeju Jaiyeoba
This evening, we review question 5 of the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2018 application questions. Sincere apologies this is coming late, we've all had very hectic schedule but we are excited to keep our words and present our fifth review to you all. As usual, I've worked with the following fellows: Patience N. Agwenjang - Cameroon Lucinda Mary Athieno - Uganda Witika Mk (Bwalya Maketo)- Zambia Helina Stiphanos -...

How to Answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Questions: 2018 Essay 4

Mandela Washington Fellowship application review questions. Picture: Adepeju Jaiyeoba
Today, we review question 4 of the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2018 application questions with the kind contributions of the following fellows: Patience N. Agwenjang- Cameroon Lucinda Mary Athieno- Uganda Witika Mk(Bwalya Maketo)- Zambia Helina Stiphanos- Ethiopia Yacine Faye-Senegal Adepeju Jaiyeoba- Nigeria Esther Mark- Nigeria Owolabi Tobi Isaiah- Nigeria Tola Oni- Nigeria Janet Gbam Gbam- Nigeria Question Four Describe a specific problem or challenge in your community that you have solved or are...

How to Answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Questions: 2018 Essay 2

How to answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship applaication questions.
Today, we review question 2 of the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2018 application questions with the kind contributions of the following fellows: Patience N. Agwenjang- Cameroon Lucinda Mary Athieno- Uganda Witika Mk(Bwalya Maketo)- Zambia Helina Stiphanos- Ethiopia Pauline Muthoni- Kenya Adepeju Jaiyeoba- Nigeria Esther Mark- Nigeria Owolabi Tobi Isaiah- Nigeria Tola Oni- Nigeria Janet Gbam Gbam- Nigeria The Question: 2. Describe a specific instance or time when you made a mistake or encountered...

How to Answer the Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Questions: 2018 Essay 1

Mandela Washington Fellowship application review questions
Welcome to the Mandela Washington Fellowship online review of the 2018 application questions. We commence today's review of Question one with the kind contribution of the following past fellows and reviewers: Patience N. Agwenjang- Cameroon Lucinda Mary Athieno- Uganda Witika MK (Bwalya Maketo)- Zambia Chola Lungu-Mutoni - Zambia Pauline Muthoni- Kenya Adepeju Jaiyeoba- Nigeria Esther Mark- Nigeria Isaiah Owolabi- Nigeria Tola Oni- Nigeria Janet Gbam- Nigeria Essay Question 1. Please give a brief...

Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) Programme for Nigerian Teachers in USA, 2018

Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program
U.S. Mission Nigeria announces a call for applications for the 2018 Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) Program.  This programme will provide Nigerian teachers with unique opportunities to develop expertise in their subject areas, enhance their teaching skills, and increase their knowledge of the United States. Worth of Award TEA consists of a six-week non-degree, non-credit customized academic program including seminars...

Persephone Miel Fellowships for Journalists Worldwide, 2017

Persephone Miel Fellowships invites applications from journalists, writers, photographers, radio producers or filmmakers, staff journalists as well as freelancers and media professionals for the 2017 fellowships. Persephone Miel Fellowships for Journalists Worldwide, 2017 The fellowship, overseen by the Pulitzer Center in collaboration with Internews, is designed to help journalists from the developing world do the kind of reporting they’ve always wanted...
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