Journalists fluent in English and with at least five years of experience can apply for this free training.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation is offering a "No Man's Land: new approaches for telling multimedia migration stories" April 23 to 26 in Bogotá, Colombia, as part of the Reporting on Trafficking and Slavery program.
The workshop will offer a combination of expertise and hands-on training, with the expectation of developing story ideas for publication. Participants will learn best practices on how to report on migration and will also be exposed to new and innovative multimedia approaches to develop their storytelling skills.
Selected journalists from outside Colombia will have their travel and accommodation expenses covered.
The deadline is April 9.