Due Date: September 24, 2018
Thomson Reuters Structure welcomes applications for the 2018 Reporting the Illegal Web Sell Wildlife. They are providing this training plan for reporters from Africa and Asia, in collaboration with The International Effort Versus The Mob (GIATOC) moneyed by the Federal government of Norway.
The extensive five-day workshop, happening in Bangkok, Thailand from Monday, 05 November– Friday, 09 November will develop the capability of reporters to report on the problem of unlawful online wildlife trade– enhancing both understanding and abilities as well as assist reporters to provide brand-new perspectives, promote conversation and discussion on the most tactical locations for intervention.
This ought to not be viewed as a one-off workshop; they anticipate all reporters who are picked to address pursue stories along these problems in their house nations after the workshop.
- This is a chance for reporters from throughout Africa and Asia working for developed media organisations.
- Candidates should be full-time reporters or routine factors to a media organisation.
- Candidates should have the ability to show a dedication to a profession in journalism in their nation, ought to have at least 5 years’ expert experience and have a great level in spoken and composed English.
- 2 work samples
- Editor’s letter validating candidates have approval to participate in the program
To learn more, see Thomson Reuters Structure