Welcome to SDGs Journalism Reporting Project

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The innovative aspect of the SDGs Journalism Reporting (SDGsJR) project is firstly the incorporation and focus given on sustainable development goals on journalism reporting. It is a program based on the evidence which places free and independent media at the core for sustainable development. Its aim is unique as it places skills and knowledge on sustainable development at the core of high-quality journalism and its impact on government policies and public awareness. By learning how to monitor specific indicators on SDGs, compelling stories can be developed by journalists and therefore decision makers, civil society and the public can be strongly influenced.

Work Packages

“The project has several work packages
that aim to the achievement of the proposed actions.”

The SDGs Journalism Reporting  2nd newsletter is ready!

The SDGs Journalism Reporting 2nd newsletter is ready!

The SDGs Journalism Reporting project partners prepared and developed the 2nd SDGsJR newsletter.

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The Online Training Sessions were successfully launched on the 8th of July, and will last until the 5th of August 2022

The Online Training Sessions were successfully launched on the 8th of July, and will last until the 5th of August 2022

 During the 1st Online Training Session on “The Word Agenda and the SDGs”, which was performed on 8/07/2022 by UUM and LBUS trainers, the following educational units were presented:

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Consortium Meeting held online on the 21st of June 2022

Consortium Meeting held online on the 21st of June 2022

The coordinator endorsed the efforts that were made during April and May on finishing activities from previous Work Packages (WP2, WP3, WP4), and stressed out the importance of the preparation for the approaching staff training course, a crucial step in the Project’s lifecycle.

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CONTACT

Prof. Óscar Rodil Marzábal

Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, University of Santiago de Compostela

Avda do Burgo, s/n. Campus Norte, 15782 Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain)

Email: sdgsjr.coord@usc.es 

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