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THE Environmental Reporting Collective (ERC) is inviting applications for grants for journalists and newsrooms to organise self-tailored training programs.

News organisations around the world can apply for US$2,500 journalism training grants.

ERC says grantees would have the support of its team in securing speakers, experts, resources and other technical requirements.

Applicants would be required to submit a training proposal, maximum of 300 words, including an itemised budget.

The organiser is offering three grants with a total of US$2,500 each.

Grantees are expected to deliver their training programs within a two to four-week period in December.

News organisations, training providers, and journalism-related organisations from all over the world are welcome to apply.

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The training programme targets journalists as participants and is open for other ERC partner newsrooms and journalists.

According to ERC, “The programme should be conducted online or hybrid; mix of both online and face-to-face.”

The deadline for the application is November 20, 2021 and interested applicants can apply here.

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