Our day-long workshops inspire and enable the next generation of documentary filmmakers, journalists and media makers to cover stories from the wider world through interactive sessions that highlight the skills necessary to deliver outstanding reporting from
developing countries.

The content of the workshops is relevant, current and aimed at those wanting to produce international stories. Topics covered include the practicalities of international productions, how to ensure your safety and that of your contributors, interview techniques and how to engage audiences with stories from the wider world. The teaching is supported by numerous clips of current media coverage and examples of best practice.

Workshops are held at our offices in central London and cost £69 to attend (early bird price: £59).

To encourage equal opportunities we have a limited number of discounted tickets for BAME and low income participants. Discounted tickets are allocated to selected applicants before the early bird deadline. If you would like to apply to be considered for one of these places, please fill in this form.

Please note that lunch and refreshments are included in the ticket price. If you have any special dietary requirements, please contact us on 020 7922 7943 in advance of the event.

Date: Thursday 29 March 2018
Time: 10:00 – 16:00 GMT
Location: One World Media, CAN Mezzanine, 32-36 Loman Street, London, SE1 0EH

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This workshop will be led by freelance investigative journalist and filmmaker, Julie Noon. Julie has lived, worked and played in over 60 countries from South Sudan to Central African Republic and Afghanistan, where she spent months embedded with British Forces. Specialising in foreign affairs for award-winning series and critically acclaimed strands, she has Produced, Directed and Series Produced for many broadcasters, including Channel 4’s ‘Dispatches’ and ‘Unreported World’, and the BBC’s ‘This World’. Her work has been nominated and shortlisted for numerous awards and several of her films have been shown in Parliament, with some prompting policy and legal change.