Photos: Student journalists dig into data after Journoshop II

Jornos1 Over 25 students, drawn from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Central University College, University of Ghana and the Africa University College of Communications, are digging up data and processing it into developmental stories, after a training programme at Journoshop II. The training, which was the second, was organized by iJourno Africa, an organization training student journalists to use new media tools and data to tell compelling developmental stories on the African continent. A director of iJourno Africa and host of the Citi Breakfast Show, Bernard Avle, in his presentation charged the students to be more critical with data which » Read More

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