Previous Workshop: FEDEV & ELAW-USA Organised a Training workshop on Environmental Journalism in Cameroonian from 29th to 30th July 2021.
Under the auspice of the Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development, FEDEV in partnership with Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW-USA) organised a training workshop on “Environmental Journalism” in Cameroonian from the 29th to 30th of July 2021, in Yaounde.
The July 2021 workshop targeted 30 journalists drawn from audio visual, print, online media and international media organs in Cameroon. The event enhanced the skills of journalists in environmental reporting and dissemination of environmental information. It equipped journalists with contemporary practices and knowledge to foster access to environmental information, professional environmental coverage, transparency and environmental governance. Journalists improved the quantity and quality of environmental reporting so as to enhance Sustainable Development.
We equally created a Cameroon Network for Environmental Journalism for institutional sustainability.
Previous Workshop: FEDEV & ELAW-USA Organized a Training workshop on Cameroon Judiciary To Be Schooled On Environmental Law in OCT 30, 2009
The Foundation for Environment and Development and the World Resource Institute will hold a workshop on environmental law in Bamenda from October 30-31. The capacity-building workshop is aimed at educating judges, magistrates and other stakeholders on the current legal framework for environmental governance in Cameroon. The event has been placed under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment and Protection of Nature and is part of The Access Initiative, TAI Cameroon Project. According to Patrick Kum, the Secretary General in the Ministry of Environment and Protection of Nature, the workshop is designed to build a critical mass of an environmentally informed judiciary in Cameroon. Topics covered will include public interest litigation, environmental crimes, nuclear law, climate change and the challenges of sustainable development.
Read more about the Cameroon Judiciary To Be Schooled On Environmental Law on The Cameroon Post-line.
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