Open call for stories on indigenous peoples and biodiversity [Latin America]

Posted on Apr 10, 2020 in Specialized Topics

Journalists interested in biodiversity reporting can apply for this opportunity. 

Revista Late and Survival International invite reporters to submit their story proposals about the ways in which indigenous peoples protect biodiversity.

Selected journalists will participate in a training program organized by Survival International with journalist Yasnaya Elena Aguilar and researcher Fiore Longo. The training will go over the main conflicts that affect indigenous people in the world and especially in Latin America.

Submitted stories must be original and have already been reported. Those selected will be published in El Espectador and in an anthology book by Revista Late, which will pay US$100 for the story.

The deadline is Dec. 15.