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APPLY NOW: Climate Change Capacity Building Program for Journalists

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The International Center for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) supported by the Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is conducting a capacity building program for journalists interested in covering climate change stories. The program will give journalists a combination of in-class knowledge and field exposure that will inform them on the climate change issues facing Bangladesh and help identify news stories and features. 

10 journalists from Bangladesh or working in Bangladesh will be selected to participate in a two-day workshop and a four-day field visit. The interactive workshop will be held between March 28-29 in Dhaka at the Asia Pacific Hotel in Baridhara, Dhaka and be facilitated by experts and a senior journalist working in climate change. Topics covered will include climate science, migration, adaptation, mitigation, climate finance, loss and damage, climate negotiations and many more. The 4-day field trip will be guided by an expert field coordinator and visit communities experiencing climate change. The field trip will take place tentatively in May 2016. Meals will be provided for the workshop. Transport from Dhaka and accommodation will be provided for the field trip.

We especially encourage young journalists who have an interest in covering climate change to apply. 

To qualify for the program, please note the following:

  • Fill out the form below explaining your interest with links to previous stories published on climate change
  • Participants must be able to attend the two week workshop and the field visit
  • Publish articles on climate change following the training

The DEADLINE TO APPLY is March 15, 2016. We will let applicants know whether or not they have been chosen by March 20, 2016.

To fill out the form, please click here

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