The M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism seeks to develop investigative journalism in the public interest by imparting investigative skills to working journalists through internships and structured learning opportunities, and by assisting others in the media to set up or structure investigative units.
Working journalists from any media outlet (or any other suitably qualified candidates) join the centre for a set period or to work on set investigative projects. By working with the centre's staff they are given the opportunity to hone their investigative skills.
Media houses are encouraged to second employees for internships. The centre offers a stipend to succesful candidates.
Inquiries may be addressed to email@example.com
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