a nongovernmental international organization encouraging the education of the public on science and technology through science journalism and the mass media.
Sjcoop in Asia
SjCOOP Asia is a mentoring project in science journalism in Southeast Asia. SjCOOP will twin experienced science journalists (mentors) with early-career journalists (mentees). Mentors will coach and mentor their mentees to improve mentees’ skills at covering agriculture, climate change, health, disaster reduction, energy, environment and other science and technology issues. Mentees (trainees) and mentors (trainers) will be organized in three groups: Vietnamese-speaking group, Bahasa Indonesian-speaking group, and English-speaking group.
SjCOOP in Africa and Middle-East
This project has two main objectives: mentoring of science journalists, and establishment of associations of science journalists in Africa and the Middle East.DONATE NOW
The National Association of Science Writers ( NASW ) , the International Science Writers ( ISWA ) are organizing a science tour and network event in Heidelberg, Germany in collaboration with the E... READ MORE
2nd European Conference for Science Journalists (ECSJ 2015 – Budapest, 3 November). Free Registration!09 September, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News
The European Union of Science Journalists (EUSJA) and the Club of Hungarian Science Journalists invite you to participate in the 2nd European Conference for Science Journalists (ECSJ 2015) to be held ... READ MORE
RE-IGNITING SCIENCE JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATION IN EAST AFRICA African science journalism is in transformation after decades of stagnation characterized by poor reporting, inadequate coverage and ge... READ MORE
A three-day workshop on data journalism took place in Seoul, South Korea, in accordance with the 9th World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ). A total of 15 participants attended the activity: 1... READ MORE
Once every month, health journalists in Uganda attend a Science Café . It is usually held on a Wednesday from 3-5 pm, a day and time largely selected by them. The Health Journalists Network in Uganda... READ MORE