Earth Journalism Media Workshop on Air Pollution in Nairobi, Kenya 2024 – APPLY NOW

Earth Journalism Media Workshop  On Air Pollution In Nairobi, Kenya 2024. Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is extending an invitation to journalists in Nairobi County, Kenya to take part in a media workshop centered around the issue of air pollution in Nairobi. This two-day workshop is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of local journalists, empowering them to effectively report on air pollution and contribute to greater public awareness regarding its sources, impacts, and potential solutions in Nairobi.

Earth Journalism Media Workshop  On Air Pollution In Nairobi, Kenya 2024
Earth Journalism Media Workshop  On Air Pollution In Nairobi, Kenya 2024

The workshop will provide an opportunity for experts to share findings from the Clean Air Catalyst project with the participating journalists. Furthermore, Internews’ EJN will facilitate meaningful interactions between journalists, subject matter experts, and communities that are directly affected by air pollution.

This distinctive opportunity will not only allow journalists to deepen their comprehension of air quality science but also offer them valuable insights into the challenges faced by the affected communities in their everyday lives.


Participants will be provided with meals and a local travel allowance during the workshop.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants are required to:

  • It is important to show your commitment by attending all days of the workshop.
  • Have some prior experience in reporting on scientific and/or environmental subjects.
  • Possess a good understanding of English language and communication skills.
  • Show a genuine interest in reporting on matters related to air pollution and air quality.
  • Grant organizers permission to republish any stories produced as a result of their participation in the workshop.

How to Apply  For Earth Journalism Media Workshop

  • To begin your application, you need to create an account with EJN. This will grant you access to the ‘Apply Now’ button. To create an account, visit the official website and find the three-line menu at the right corner of the page. Click on the button and choose the ‘Login’ option. This will take you to the sign-up page.
  • Once you have successfully created your account, you can now click on the ‘Apply’ button to start your application.
  • If you already have an account, make sure to log in before starting your application. Since they have recently updated their website, you may need to reset your password by clicking the ‘Forgot Password?’ link on the login page. If you do not have an account, you need to register by clicking on ‘Log In’ at the top right of the page and then selecting ‘Sign Up’ at the bottom of the page that appears.
  • In case you want to complete your application later, you can use the ‘Save Draft’ button. To return to the draft, just click on ‘Apply Now’ again to finalize the submission.
  • Staff members are required to provide an approval letter from their editor or media outlet. Freelancers can apply without a letter.
  • Applicants must also submit two published writing samples or links to stories that have appeared online, with preference given to story clips related to air pollution.

For further information please visit Earth Journalism Media Workshop’s official website.

Application Deadline

December 31, 2023.



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