Spanish-speaking journalists can register for this online training.
Latin American magazine LATE and Le Monde diplomatique for the Southern Cone have launched their online workshop “Contar el mundo,” in which participants will be able to acquire the essential tools to develop and deliver a journalistic piece of high narrative quality, combining chronicle and international analysis. The final article can then be published in Le Monde and Late.
The course instructors will be Leila Guerriero (Argentina), José Natanson (Argentina), Yasna Mussa (Chile), Pablo Stancanelli (Peru), Daniel Wizenberg (Argentina), Alejandro Saldívar (Mexico), Giovanny Jaramillo Rojas (Colombia) and Mónica Rivero (Cuba).
The online workshop will begin March 1, will be held once a week and will have a total of eight meetings. Each participant will be assigned a personal editor.
The cost of the program is US$150 or ARS20,000 for residents of Argentina. For members of the Late Community and subscribers to El Dipló, the cost is US$135 or ARS18,000 for residents of Argentina (who can pay in up to three interest-free payments).
Registration is now open.
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