WFSJ NEWS

Welcome and congrats! to our 59th Member Association, the Croatian Association of Science Writers (CASW)

16 January, 2018Posted In : WFSJ News

The goal of the CASW is to "help science journalists do their work well, and stand up for them where appropriate, especially given recent pressure and... READ MORE

New Canadian Board Member Joins WFSJ’s Board

10 January, 2018Posted In : WFSJ News

The WFSJ is happy to announce the nomination of Ms. Bouchra OUATIK as new Executive Board Member. Ms. Ouatik replaces Mr. Daniel Coderre and is fill... READ MORE

Scholarships. Attend the Kavli Prize in Oslo (1-6 September 2018). New deadline: Monday 22 January

07 January, 2018Posted In : WFSJ News

We are pleased to announce five (5) new scholarships for science journalists to attend the   Kavli Prize week in Oslo, Norway  (1-6 September 2018).... READ MORE


OUR BLOG

GUIDELINES – WHO publishes evidence-based guideline on “Communicating risk during public health emergencies”

16 January, 2018Posted In : Other News

The recommendations in the World Health Organization ( WHO ) guideline provides overarching, evidence-based guidance on how risk communication should ... READ MORE

Climate change & sustainable development high on agenda of KENSJA’s end of year meeting

19 December, 2017Posted In : Other News

Climate change and sustainable development will be on top of the agenda when the Kenya Environment and Science Journalists Association ( KENSJA ) hold... READ MORE

Science writing awards for work published or broadcast in the UK or Irish based media in 2017. Open for entry on 1 January 2018.

18 December, 2017Posted In : Other News

The Awards are for works of science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) journalism/writing, in print, broadcast or online, published within... READ MORE