Media Monitoring Africa
Media Monitoring Africa (formerly Media Monitoring Project)‘s vision is a responsible, quality media that enables an engaged and informed citizenry in Africa and across the world. MMA aims to promote the development of a free, fair, ethical and critical media culture in South Africa and the rest of the continent.
MMA is offering a four-month fellowship to the right candidate with an interest in media and human rights. The fellowship will entail examining, researching, investigating and engaging with the issue of misappropriation of cultural practices and how they contribute to human trafficking in South Africa, particularly of the girl child. Based in Joburg with fieldwork in the Eastern Cape (9 weeks in total). Stipend and research costs paid for.
- Writing and story-telling abilities (working journalists or journalism experience preferred but not essential);
- Ability to think critically and analytically; and
- Knowledge, understanding and fluency in isiXhosa essential as research will be taking place in the Eastern Cape.
Start date: 1 February 2013
To apply, submit a CV and one-page motivational letter to email@example.com.
For more information, refer to www.mediamonitoringafrica.org/index.php/news/entry/mma_media_fellowship.
For more about Media Monitoring Africa, refer to www.mediamonitoringafrica.org.
To view other opportunities, refer to www.ngopulse.org/group/home-page/other-opportunities.
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