Reuters Offers Course on HIV/AIDS Reporting for Developing World Journalists
August 12, 2009
Reporting on HIV can be tricky. Stories about HIV are rarely just about the virus: Writers may find themselves dealing with medical science, international politics, economics and even lifestyle and first-person accounts. To help writers learn to navigate these intricacies, the Thomas Reuters Foundation has developed a course on HIV/AIDS reporting.
The class is open to reporters and feature writers from developing areas in Africa, Asia, South America, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe. It uses expert briefings, discussions, a high-profile public panel debate and practice writing exercises to help journalists gain confidence when writing about HIV/AIDS.View Full Article
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