Have some published writing experience, but want to take your journalism skills to the next level?
Sign up for our workshop Thursday, April 23: a rare opportunity for writers to get the lowdown on how to become ace reporters.
“We love working with contributors who don’t have formal journalism training, but a few quick reporting tips from seasoned pros can go a long way,” said Alex Stonehill, editor-in-chief at the Globalist, and a workshop presenter.
“Cutting my teeth as an international journalist in places like Pakistan and Ethiopia, I learned a lot of things the hard way. I’m really excited to share some of those lessons with new Globalist contributors so they can get off to a smoother, stronger start.”
Globalist editors will be covering the ins and outs of sourcing and talking to institutions, how to facilitate exceptional interviews, reporting ethics and fact-checking, how to work through a story efficiently with your editor and how to promote your work.
The workshop will be open to to past Globalist contributors, as well as newcomers. Snacks and beverages will be provided.