FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE TO COVER RIO CONFERENCE IN JUNE

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Details and Registration here:
http://earthjournalism.net/user/register?destination=/apply/3052&a=1&pid=3052

Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and O Eco have developed a Fellowship program to bring journalists to the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


The Fellowship program will start on June 14th, when the Fellows will arrive in Rio. The days prior to the Rio+20 Summit will include journalism training sessions, pre-Summit conferences, and at least one field trip. The Fellows will cover the Summit itself on June 20-22 and return home on June 23rd.

EJN and O Eco will cover travel to the Summit, accommodation for the duration of the Fellowship program, and a daily stipend.

IPI WORLD CONGRESS
PORT OF SPAIN TRINIDAD JUNE 23-26, 2012
http://www.ipiworldcongress.com/

Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers PO Bag 560
Curepe
Trinidad and Tobago
Phone: (868) 474 5770
www.acmediaworkers.com

Wesley Gibbings, President: (868) 680-3452
Peter Richards, First Vice-President: (868)764-5745 Byron Buckley, Second Vice-President:(876)440-8393 Nicole Best, General Secretary:
Clive Bacchus, Asst. General Secretary
Bert Wilkinson
Jewel Forde

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