Organized by the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) since 1985, this year’s workshop will focus on “Reporting Disasters.”
Resource persons in the workshop include disaster and climate change experts from the academe, government and nongovernmental organizations and senior journalists led by Sen. and UPCMC alumna Loren Legarda, who was recognized as a “Global Champion for Resilience” at the Paris UN Climate Conference in December 2015.
This year’s workshop will also feature an introductory session on Data Journalism using datasets provided by the Department of Education under the University of the Philippines program “Data Science and Society: Applications in Public Education.”
Practising print, broadcast, online, multimedia journalists with at least two years of working experience are encouraged to apply for the fellowship. They must submit an application letter; resume; two published/broadcast news reports; a story plan for a feature or in-depth report on disaster; and an endorsement from their editor, local press club president or a Lopez Jaena Community Journalism Workshop alumnus.
The workshop is limited to 14 fellows. The fellowship will cover board and lodging within UP Diliman campus. Travel subsidies will also be provided.
Interested journalists may send their application papers to The Project Director, 19th Lopez Jaena Community Journalism Workshop, College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City through this link: http://goo.gl/forms/VFa0Mbx3QrSOfrNq2
Deadline of applications is on July 3. Successful applicants will be notified on July 8.
For more details, please call the Office of Extension and External Relations (OEER) at 981-8500 local 2668.