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    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.
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    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.
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WFSJ NEWS

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Fukushima: International Symposium on Disaster Management & Recovery for Children and communities (Soma City, 7-8 May, 2016)

14 April, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News

In March 2011, Fukushima faced the worst-ever disaster in history. The triple disaster, earthquake, tsunami, and particularly the nuclear accident bro... READ MORE

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WCSJ2017: A Word from the WFSJ President

13 April, 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

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WFSJ at EASL: The International Liver Congress 2016, Barcelona (13-17 April, 2016)

07 April, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News

The International Liver Congress is the annual EASL meeting, and the flagship event in EASL’s educational calendar. Every year in April, scientific ... READ MORE


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ESOF2016 Manchester: New travel grant scheme for journalists. Deadline: 25/04.

08 April, 2016Posted In : Other News

Manchester, the host city for the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) 2016, is delighted to announce that it is offering a travel grant scheme for journalis... READ MORE

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Press Trip for Science Journalists to Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

04 April, 2016Posted In : Other News

Baden-Württemberg International invites selected science journalists from different countries to take part in a press trip to the federal state of Ba... READ MORE

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The Lost Freetown Collective

04 April, 2016Posted In : Other News

The Freetown Peninsula in Sierra Leone is the most populous and developed part of the country. As the population has grown, efforts to update its infr... READ MORE