Multimedia journalists from developing countries can participate in a reporting program on climate change.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Global Center on Adaptation’s Locally Led Adaptation program are accepting applications for the Reporting on Locally Led Adaptation to Climate Change training program.
This online training offers 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.
Priority will be given to journalists from Bangladesh, Egypt, Ghana and Kenya. The program begins Aug. 2.
At the end of the program, selected journalists will be invited to participate in a mentoring program scheme, which includes a GBP500 (US$611) grant to produce a story.
The deadline is July 17.
For more information visit : https://www.trust.org/media-development/opportunities/?sfid=a053z00000xx2dUAAQ&sfProgId=a153z00001G5efHAAR&areaOfFocus=Climate%20Change%2C%20Environment%20&Resilience=