The Center for Women’s Resources, supported by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network , invites young Filipino journalists (age 18-30 years old), to apply for a four-day national advocacy and training seminar-workshop on reporting women and environment. Applicants from print, TV, radio, online media, and college/university publications are welcome.
Through combined onsite and field learning sessions, the seminar aims to raise awareness and enhance the capacity of young and aspiring media practitioners in reporting gender-based impacts and violence in a disaster setting and in other socio-environmental news. It also seeks to create an additional space for the call on environmental issues with gender perspective.
The training will feature breakthroughs and challenges in reporting women and environment in media. It will also offer practical safety tips, basic journalism tool kits, and gender sensitivity lecture to help participants refine their reporting skills as responsible and gender-sensitive reporters.
Experts from the academe, national and international media organizations were invited to lead the discussions.
Interested individuals may send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out this form: https://forms.gle/rjAA6nNoay8LDDC8A to request for an application packet.
Only 20 to 25 young journalists will be selected to participate in the training.