Online training program covers reporting modern slavery [Malaysia]

December 17, 2022

Journalists based in Malaysia with at least three years of professional experience can apply for a virtual training program.

With the support from USAID Asia Countering Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) and Winrock International, Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) is hosting a journalism training program to empower participants to produce impactful reporting on modern slavery and human trafficking in Malaysia.

The workshop series will provide a deep dive into the interrelated causes of human trafficking and modern slavery in Malaysia, and the role of big business and problematic supply chains. Participating journalists will gain skills in solutions journalism and data visualization to drive greater impact through their story writing.

The online training comprises of 10 four-hour sessions that will take place over five weeks, Jan. 30 to Mar. 7, 2023.

In addition, participating journalists are eligible for story grants and one-on-one mentoring to support the development and publication of their stories. Applicants must be fluent in English.

Apply by Jan. 18, 2023.

For more information, click MOC

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