Journalists residing in Latin America with at least three years of professional experience can apply for this workshop in Spanish.
Participants will explore conceptual and ethical principles to produce quality journalism pieces that contribute to the dialogue and constructive interaction among refugees, migrants and host societies.
Twelve journalists will be selected. After the course they will have the opportunity to participate in the Laboratory of New Narratives on Refugees and Migrants, which will offer mentoring and research grants.
The deadline is Aug. 24.