Due Date: November 22, 2018
Applications are open for the WFSJ Fellowships for African Reporters 2019 UK Research Study and Development (UKRI) is happy to reveal a sponsored science reporting workshop that will be held at UKRI’s Rutherford Appleton Lab (March 10-14, 2019) in Harwell, UK’s significant research study centre, provided by the World Federation of Science Reporters (WFSJ).
The workshop’s general goal is to reinforce African reporters’ abilities in science reporting. Such reporting is an enabler of larger financial and social advancement consisting of evidence-based policy-making.
The workshop held over 4 days will cover standard science journalism training consisting of a mix of discussions, science lectures and useful workouts, covering styles such as examining clinical documents and information, reality monitoring and impartial media protection, searching for fresh and locally-relevant reporting angles, Mobile journalism abilities, standard stats training, and so on. Training likewise consists of access to onsite scientists, field trips/site check outs, welcome reception and assessment.
- Flight (economy air travel) from closest capital
- Ground transport to and from the airport
- Visa and medical insurance charges
- Lodging and meals on website
- All workshop products
- Open to anybody who actively composes, modifies or produces science news, details or commentary for an independent media. Candidate is working as an employee of such media or as a self-employed reporter;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates need to be from a low- and middle-income African nations ( as pointed out on the main DAC list).
To find out more, go to WFSJ