Exploring Corporate Impact - Brazil
Dates: 24 November 26 November | Location: Sao Paulo
Application deadline: 16 November | Programme: Exploring Corporate Impact

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Date: 24, 25, 26 November 2018 | Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Application deadline: 16 November 2018
Programme: Exploring Corporate Impact

This is a unique opportunity to develop your reporting, investigative and analytical skills around sustainability in a corporate context.
Companies from many sectors are coming under increasing scrutiny and pressure when it comes to sustainability reporting. However, there is a wealth of information on corporate sustainability strategies which can be used more effectively to hold organisations to account.
Thorough research on these areas can uncover stories on a wide array of themes; be they political, financial, social or environmental.
The intensive three-day workshop aims to provide journalists with the information, tools and tactics to better report through the lens of sustainability.
We are seeking applications from journalists with minimum five years’ experience from a range of outlets and disciplines. Editors and freelancers are also encouraged to apply.
We are particularly keen to find participants based in the cities where the courses are taking place. If based elsewhere, travel and accommodation are not covered. The course itself is free of charge.


Who Can Apply

Journalists working in any medium may apply – print, radio, TV, online
Journalists must be fluent in English

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When applying you will be asked to upload the following documents - please have these ready:
One work sample (maximum file size 5 MB)
A letter from your editor consenting to your participation in the programme

Exploring Corporate Impact
  • TRF partners with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) to offer you the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of why business should report on the sustainability of its strategy, operations and investments. The private sector plays a vital role in sustainable development and the media should explore the impact that business has, particularly when it comes to environmental, social and governance issues.

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