The Asia-Pacific Forest Communication Network meeting @ APFW is a one-day workshop to enhance skills on forest communication in Asia and the Pacific
Deadline for registration: 21 January 2016
Date of workshop: Thursday, 25 February 2016, 9am-5pm
Location: Widus Hotel (TBC), Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines
If you are a forest communicator working in the Asia-Pacific region, don’t miss this opportunity to participate in a regional learning and knowledge-sharing event aimed at enhancing forest communication. This one-day workshop is for communication officers, project officers and anyone working on forest communication in the Asia-Pacific region. At the workshop, you will:
• Learn about ‘participatory development communication’ approaches and case studies
• Enhance your skills on working more effectively with print/TV/online journalists
• Network and share experiences with other forest communicators
• Learn about the Asia-Pacific Forest Communication Network and how to join
Cost and how to participate
There are no registration fees and participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation. If you or any of your staff is interested in participating, please email Caroline Liou at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include: your name, title, organization, and brief information on your communication activities.
RECOFTC and FAO may provide funding for a limited number of participants to cover travel costs as needed - if you require support for travel costs please indicate in your email.
Please note that this one-day workshop will take place during Asia-Pacific Forestry Week on the same day as the APFW field-trip day, thus anyone participating in this meeting will not be able to also attend the APFW field trip.
For more information on the Asia-Pacific Forest Communication Network, see: http://www.fao.org/forestry/communication-toolkit/76356/en/