We are pleased to announce that the University is organising two workshops for journalists in collaboration with the UNESCO-IPDC:
– A two-day workshop on gender-sensitive reporting on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th October (in collaboration with Gender Links) partly facilitated by Collen Lowe-Morna of Gender Links as well as local resource persons. Venue: Gold Crest Hotel in Quatre-Bornes
– A two-day workshop on ethical journalism on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th October facilitated by Dr Johan Retief, Deputy Press Ombudsman at Print Media South Africa.Venue: Gold Nest Hotel in Quatre-Bornes
If you and your colleagues are interested to attend either of or both workshops, please download and fill in the registration form and send back to me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Note that we will accept registration for single days or even half days in case of time-table constraints in your newsdesks.
Registration is free for all participants and lunch will be provided.
Please feel free to disseminate the information amongst colleagues and friends working in the media.
Facilitators requests to participants:
For both workshops: Please bring a sample of your work or any local media content relevant to the themes
For Workshop on ethical journalism: Please each prepare at least one ethical dilemma/issue that ýou have encountered, or to raise an ethical issue for discussion