World Press Photo invites photojournalists from Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia to apply to participate in the first of three Reporting Change workshops. The first workshop will focus on the development of the participant’s technical, journalistic and visual skills. Storytelling and multimedia workshops will be held in 2013 with separate application processes. The three Reporting Change workshops will be organized in the framework of ‘Reporting Change: Investigating and documenting transition in the Middle East and North Africa’. This joint initiative of World Press Photo and Human Rights Watch runs between 2012 and 2014 and consists of training programs for visual journalists by World Press Photo, as well as research and advocacy by Human Rights Watch.
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