Climate Tracker and Oxfam call journalists from 9 Latin American countries to apply for workshop on climate change impact

"During two months, 30 selected journalists will participate in eight virtual meetings that will seek to highlight how climate change losses and damages are exacerbating multifaceted and interrelated problems in the region, such as climate-induced migration, population displacement, food insecurity and other factors, such as water scarcity, malnutrition and poverty. [...] For this edition, we will select 30 journalists from Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras and Mexico, who will have the opportunity to interact with experts in the field and learn from experienced journalists who have covered climate change issues in the region.


The workshop ['Understanding Loss and Damage in Latin America and the Caribbean'] will be held in eight sessions, from Sept. 14 to Nov. 7, through the Zoom platform. [...] We only need your CV, highlighting your previous experience in journalism and the reasons why this is a necessary opportunity for your professional development as a journalist. [...] You have until Sept. 10, 2023 to apply to this workshop."

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