Due Date: June 23, 2019
Indian and African Reporters can use to report from the UN Convention to Fight Desertification POLICE OFFICER 14 in New Delhi, India. Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is pleased to reveal a fellowship program that will enable chosen reporters to go to and cover the 14 th Conference of the Celebrations (POLICE OFFICER 14) to the UN Convention to Fight Desertification (UNCCD) occurring in New Delhi, India, in early September, 2019.
The UNCCD POLICE OFFICER14 will be a crucial event to evaluate development made to manage and reverse more loss of efficient land from desertification, land destruction and dry spell. A mix of agents from nationwide, local and city governments, science and research study neighborhoods, the economic sector, global and non-governmental companies and all types of media are anticipated to attend to these problems throughout the two-week occasion.
As part of this Fellowship program, the 2019 group will make up 5 chosen reporters from Africa and India. We’re putting specific focus on choosing press reporters from deserts, or areas affected by dry spell and desertification. Fellows will go to the conference in between 6-14 September, where they will engage with other individuals and Fellowship program organizers in a series of specifically developed activities that will consist of mentorship, an orientation workshop, breakfast rundowns and interviews and sessions with top-level authorities.
Among expenses covered will be nonrefundable economy-class airline tickets, hotel, meals, and transport both in-location and in transit. We will likewise help with journalism accreditation procedure and offer other assistance services associating with take a trip. Please keep in mind that the procedure of acquiring any required visas is a Fellow’s obligation; nevertheless, visa expenses can be repaid.
To be qualified for the Fellowship, candidates need to:
- Be an expert reporter from or representing a developed media home and reporting from an establishing nation;-LRB- *************).
- Submit the application utilizing the link listed below, consisting of responding to essay concerns that highlight his/her experience reporting on desertification and destruction problems. We likewise ask you to explain the type of stories you may pursue at the conference;-LRB- *************).
- Be readily available to get here in India on Friday, 6 th September and remain till departure on Saturday, 14 th
- Dedicate to take part in all Fellowship activities;-LRB- *************).
- Offer a letter of assistance from an editor, manufacturer or manager who can verify your capability to release or relay your product in a developed media outlet. Freelancers are welcome to use however need to offer a letter of assistance.
Requirements for assessing candidates will consist of the potential Fellow’s showed experience covering desertification, environment modification and other ecological subjects, their interest in ongoing protection of these problems and their audience and outlet’s reach.
As part of the application procedure, reporters will be asked to send examples of their work. These can be published as text pasted into a Word file or as links. Stories can be sent out in a native language as long as they are accompanied by a brief English summary. An excellent command of English, nevertheless, will be required to address the essay concerns and will likewise be very important to take part in Fellowship activities.
The Earth Journalism Network completely appreciates the editorial self-reliance of all reporters. Throughout the conference, Fellows are totally free to report as they choose. Along with the requirements above, we ask that reporters accept cross-post all stories they submit throughout the UNCCD POLICE OFFICER14 on the Earth Journalism Network site and regional and local partner websites (we anticipate the stories will initially be released or transmitted by a Fellow’s house media outlet).
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To find out more, see Earth Journalism Network