Location: Addis Abba, Ethiopia
Date: Monday March 20th-24th, 2017
Registration is open but only a select number of applicants will be accepted for the workshop.
A further 4-day work session (March 21st-24th) targets monitoring, evaluation and learning professionals and is an intensive course, covering a range of technical skills that can be used in ToC validation, including but not limited to geospatial analysis, data visualization, outcome mapping and qualitative data coding.
Book Launch: People’s Knowledge and Participatory Action Research: Escaping the White-Walled Labyrinth
Location: Ryton Gardens, Wolston Lane, Coventry, UK
Date: 2-5pm, 4 April, 2017
Science Communication and Bionics Degree at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Science - 50 tuition-fee-free places for foreign students (in particular from low- and middle-income countries)
Deadline: 30th June each year
The three-year English-language science communication course at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences runs from September of each year and applications can be submitted between May and the 30th June. The University offers up to 50 tuition-free places each year to students outside of Germany with the aim of opening up a field that has been criticised for being Eurocentric to applicants from low and middle income countries.
The course compares the internationally very different systems of media, culture, science and policy-making and offers special language training, be it in English, German or other languages, in addition to their normal courses on writing and ethics.
In addition to learning the tools of trade of science and technology journalism, public relations and marketing, students study the political side of science, including risk communication, public affairs and lobbying.
More course Informtaion here.
Article on the course and scholarship opportunities on SciDev.Net here.