Submission for Story Ideas from IP Media Fellows and Journalists is Now Open
Over the past two years the Center for Health Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) has been running a fellowship program Mentoring Journalists in mainstream and digital media in Uganda to report issues of Intellectual Property (IP) and Human Rights effectively. This program focused on social welfare aspects of IP including balancing Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) with Public Interest.
Given that background, CEHURD calls upon Concepts from IP media Fellows and Journalists in Mainstream and digital media to participate in a competitive bid to do investigative stories on the effect of Intellectual Property Rights and Public Interest concerns of Ugandans. Please find the CALL FOR CONCEPTS