Due Date: August 1, 2019
Applications are open for the WRI/EJN Environmental Data Journalism Workshop 2019 for Indonesian Reporters Resource Watch and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) are performing a workshop in Jakarta in late August for reporters to find out how to find, utilize and imagine open information in their ecological reporting.
To assist reporters and decision-makers discover, imagine and share the very best readily available information on the environment and human advancement, the World Resources Institute (WRI) developed Resource Watch. On this platform, you can discover information and maps on logging, reef lightening, seaside flooding, crops, fishing, fires and other natural catastrophes, population numbers, oil spills, air quality, hardship, power plants, human migration and far more. You can then overlay them to see affiliations in between the problems– all totally free.
In collaboration with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), Resource Watch is concerning Jakarta to train reporters on how to utilize the Resource Watch platform, display tools and ideas for information analysis, expose finest practices for dealing with open information and highlight the worth of including information into stories. Workshop individuals will have the capability to get moneying to produce data-driven narrative stories utilizing the tools and information readily available on Resource Watch.
The workshop is a chance for reporters to get hands-on training on how to find, evaluate, comprehend and imagine information in their reporting. Individuals will get an in-depth tutorial on how to utilize the Resource Watch platform and will have the chance to connect with WRI professionals on GIS analysis and ecological problems. They’ll likewise find out the ropes of data-driven storytelling from EJN.
- The workshop will be held at the World Resource Institute’s Indonesia workplace in Jakarta, Indonesia, on August 26 and 27, 2019.
- Picked individuals will be supplied with meals and a travel allowance throughout the course of the workshop.
- Reporters from print, online media, radio and tv are all motivated to use. Ladies reporters and young reporters are particularly motivated to use.
- Sessions will be kept in English with synchronised analysis to/from Bahasa Indonesia.
- Open to Indonesian reporters based in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, or Bekasi;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates consent to dedicate to participate in all the times of the workshop;-LRB- **************).
- To have a record of reporting on clinical, ecological, natural deposit management and/or infrastructural advancement subjects;-LRB- **************).
- Experience with information and information analysis is chosen however not needed;-LRB- **************).
- If you produce stories for your house media companies as an outcome of your participation at the workshop, want to publish copies of them on Earth Journalism Network site, Ekuatorial site and the Resource Watch blog site;-LRB- **************).
- A letter from your editor or media outlet supporting your application (freelancers are welcome however should have a letter of assistance from a media company that will release or relay your stories).
You will need to send your CV and 2 samples of stories or links to appropriate reports, so please get them all set ahead of time.
To find out more, go to Earth Journalism Network