December 24, 2019
Reporters Without Borders Germany is offering four-month scholarships in Berlin to journalists from war zones and crisis areas.
It is a comprehensive training program in digital security issues relevant to their work.
The program is funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises and supported by ProtonMail.
The aim of the scholarship is to provide scholarship holders with practical knowledge on how to protect themselves against digital threats such as surveillance or hacker attacks in their journalistic work.
In addition, they will also receive training in how to teach others in their home region about digital security issues.
Deadline: January 8, 2020
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