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    This project has two main objectives: mentoring of science journalists, and establishment of associations of science journalists in Africa and the Middle East.
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Improving Media Reporting During Epidemic Outbreaks and Empowering Communities

20 July, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News

During epidemic outbreaks, such as Ebola in Africa and Zika in Latin America, it is important to keep affected populations duly informed. Proper commu... READ MORE

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WCSJ2017: A Word from the WFSJ President

13 June, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News

Human health. Technology. The environment. Science has never been a more important dimension of the news, and covering these subjects requires a globa... READ MORE


WFSJ – Annual General Meeting

19 May, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a closed meeting of the general membership of the World Federation of Science Journalists. Only, representatives o... READ MORE



Now out! July edition of SAYANSI magazine (by MESHA)

06 July, 2016Posted In : Other News

The Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA) in Nairobi, Kenya just launched the fifth issue of their SAYANSI magazine. READ MOR... READ MORE

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Nouvelle plateforme pour la protection du journalisme et la sécurité des journalistes au Bénin

30 June, 2016Posted In : Other News

Dans un communiqué de presse en date du 29 juin 2016, Sessi Tonoukouin, coordinateur de projet de l'Association des Journalistes et Communicateurs Sc... READ MORE


Life Beyond Headlines — CSWA Beyond Writers

23 June, 2016Posted In : Other News

Tim Lougheed,  President of the  Canadian Science Writer's Association , shares his views on the evolution of Science journalism and its future chal... READ MORE