a nongovernmental international organization encouraging the education of the public on science and technology through science journalism and the mass media.
Sjcoop in Asia
SjCOOP Asia is a mentoring project in science journalism in Southeast Asia. SjCOOP will twin experienced science journalists (mentors) with early-career journalists (mentees). Mentors will coach and mentor their mentees to improve mentees’ skills at covering agriculture, climate change, health, disaster reduction, energy, environment and other science and technology issues. Mentees (trainees) and mentors (trainers) will be organized in three groups: Vietnamese-speaking group, Bahasa Indonesian-speaking group, and English-speaking group.
SjCOOP in Africa and Middle-East
This project has two main objectives: mentoring of science journalists, and establishment of associations of science journalists in Africa and the Middle East.DONATE NOW
Scholarships to Attend the Kavli Prizes Awarding In Norway, 3-9 Sept. 2016. Winners Announced at AAAS Meeting (Feb. 12)02 January, 2016Posted In : WFSJ News
International Competition for Science Journalists Be one of up to 5 journalists to win a scholarship and get the opportunity to attend the Kavli Prize... READ MORE
WFSJ, MESHA and WHO organized a two-day (10-11 Dec.) workshop in Nairobi, Kenya on Covering Public Health Emergencies with local partner and host MESH... READ MORE
Call for more initiatives to improve science communication at 2nd Kenya Science Journalists Congress03 December, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News
At least 80 science journalists, communicators, scientists and researchers from Eastern Africa gathered on November 23-24, 2015 in Nairobi for the sec... READ MORE
Ms Serusha Govender , a freelance journalist based in Johannesburg, South Africa, has published an article on the TRUE Africa new media-tech platform... READ MORE
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has put a detailed fact sheet on the Zika virus on their website with key information on the infectious disease th... READ MORE
Dear Curtis Brainard, President of the WFSJ I am writing this open letter to you and fellow science journalists to raise a concern I had about the pre... READ MORE