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Media Fellowship on Climate – South and East Asia
August 11, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - October 27, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
Exclusive for media practitioners in South Asia and East Asia – get to know the facts on how our climate is changing and how we are currently dealing with the problem.
In this fellowship,
- You’ll learn about climate issues, policies, and conferences;
- Make the connection between climate, Zero Waste, and waste pickers; climate and the plastics issue; and climate and waste burning;
- Delve into climate reporting; and
- Be the 1st to hear about our latest report on climate and Zero Waste.
Climate and environment experts from across the globe will guide you through the ins and outs of climate change and Zero Waste and top-notch journalists will offer their insights on how to communicate these very important and timely topics.
Criteria for Application
- The Fellowship is open to early-career journalists (at least 3 years) from print, radio, or television.
- Applicants must have a keen interest in climate, environmental, and developmental journalism.
- The applicant must be willing to commit to the 5-month fellowship. Failure to do so will result in disqualification in succeeding GAIA AP bootcamps, training, and fellowships.
- The applicant must secure an endorsement letter from the media outlet or a peer journalist.
- Other than the twice-a-month sessions, the participant must commit to regular consultation with the mentors.
- The applicant must have experience in covering and engaging with CSOs. Previous engagement with a GAIA member CSOs is a plus.
South Asia: India (3), Nepal (2), Sri Lanka (2), Bangladesh (2), Maldives (2), Bhutan (1), Pakistan (1)
East Asia: Hong Kong (2), Taiwan (2), China (3), Japan (2), Korea (2)
The fellowship will be conducted in English and will run from August to October with twice-a-month online sessions. Story grants are available. Slots are limited so send your applications before August 1, 2022.
GAIA AP has a strict non-discrimination policy. We believe everyone should be treated equally regardless of race, sex, gender identification, sexual orientation, national origin, native language, religion, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Applicants will be screened based on completed requirements and may be called for an interview if needed. For more inquiries, email Sonia@no-burn.org