Journalists worldwide can submit proposals for reporting grants to investigate issues relating to digital identity.
The Africa-China Reporting Project (ACRP) at Wits Journalism in Johannesburg, with support from Omidyar Network and in collaboration with the Paradigm Initiative (PIN), is offering reporting grants on digital identity, data and technology in Africa.
Successful applicants will receive a US$1,000 reporting grant to investigate issues related to digital identity, surveillance, internet shutdowns, freedom of expression online, access to information, privacy, internet access, women’s rights online, digital empowerment for underserved communities, inclusive digital access, data privacy, and technology in Africa.
The ACRP will also participate in the Digital Rights and Inclusion Forum in Nigeria, April 27 to 28.
The deadline is April 21.
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