Application are open for Reporting on Locally Led Adaption to Climate Change 2022. Its provided by Thomson Reuters Foundation.
This training opportunity will offer 12 multimedia journalists a chance to deepen their understanding of the impacts of climate change at a local level, and hone their skills to draw urgent attention to them through news reporting.
It will help participants understand why local leadership is necessary to tackle many of these impacts. And the important role the media can play by shining a light on adaptation efforts by local actors.
It aims to strengthen working relationships between journalists and changemakers by upskilling journalists to better report on the topic. Similarly, enhancing the communication skills of changemakers to effectively convey their message to journalists.
Participants are required to attend 80% of the sessions to receive a certificate.
Breaks of 30 minutes after every two-hour training session.
Selected participants will be invited to participate in the mentoring programme scheme, which includes a £500 grant to produce a story. Additionally, one-to-one mentoring sessions with the trainers as well.
This course is designed for journalists with experience or strong interest in climate change, public policy, and/or human rights. To better accommodate different time zones, priority will be given to journalists from Bangladesh, Egypt, Ghana, and Kenya.
Please complete and submit the application form before 6pm BST on 17 July 2022 . Provide three examples of your previous work (ideally, articles published on the topic of climate change). Either as links or uploaded to this form.
Lastly, visit the official website link given below for further details.
|Type of Opportunity||Internships|
|Open to||all nationalities|
|Organizer||Thompson Reuters Foundation|
|Contact the organizer||[email protected]|