The United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) is one of the 15 Research and Training Centres / Programmes that constitutes the United Nations University’s (UNU) worldwide network. The Institute’s aim is to contribute to the sustainable development of Africa’s natural resources through capacity strengthening.
Environmental information and environmental action are said to be inseparable. UNU-INRA therefore recognises the need for reaching the mass with simplified and accurate environmental information, as well as the pivotal role that the mass media can play in disseminating environmental information.
In accordance with its mandate to promote efficient and sustainable use of the continent’s natural resources, the Institute is organising short term training on Environmental Journalism.
Impart hands on training in accurate assessment of changing human environment interaction so that the participants can report environmental issues in a credible manner.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
Environmental Journalism 2014 will be held at UNU-INRA headquarters, in Ghana, located in the International House Building at the University of Ghana Campus from 3rd -14th November 2014.
The language of the course is English. Therefore, fluent English is essential.
Please register by completing the application form below.
How to apply
Applicants should click on the related file tab to download the application form. Please fill and submit with your curriculum vitae before 15 October 2014 to email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org