Media briefing for rural, regional and local journalists Rivona, Goa, September 27-28, 2012

February 11, 2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and Goa Marathi Patrakar Sangh

Greening the pen
Understanding environmental issues for better reportage
A media briefing for rural, regional and local journalists
Rivona, Goa, September 27-28, 2012

This fellowship is supported by Jamsetji Tata Trust

DAY 1: September 27, 2012
10.00 AM: Welcome address: Raju Nayak, editor, Lokmat, Goa
10.30-11.00 AM: Introduction – media, its evolution and reportage of environmental issues: Souparno Banerjee, programme director-media, CSE and Richard Mahapatra, senior editor, Down To Earth, New Delhi

Tea: 11.00-11.15 AM
11.15 AM-1.00 PM: Session A: Mining

  • An overview: Claude Alvarez, Goa Foundation
  • A civil society perspective: Ramesh Gauns, activist, Goa
  • A media perspective: Raju Nayak and Niraj Naik, journalist, Digital Goa

Lunch: 1.00-2.00 PM
2.00-4.00 PM: Session B: Forests and Western Ghats

  • An overview: Richard Mahapatra
  • FRA and the right over bamboo: Aparna Pallavi, Down To Earth, Nagpur
  • A media perspective: Rajendra Kerkar, independent journalist, Goa

Tea: 4.00-4.15 PM
4.15-6.00 PM: Session C: Coasts

  • An overview: Baban Ingole, National Institute of Oceanography, Goa
  • Coastal communities and livelihoods: Bharat Patel, fisherfolk rights activist, Bhuj (Gujarat)
  • A media perspective: Sandesh Prabhudesai, chief editor, HCN Channel, Goa and Prakash Kamat, special correspondent, The Hindu, Goa

DAY 2: September 28, 2012
8.00 AM-2.00 PM: Field visit to Salaulim Dam

  • Briefing by Raju Nayak and Pandurang Prabhudesai

Return to hotel, lunch and leave for Panjim
 

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News Clippings

Monday, 01 October 2012 10:04

Attack on journalists just a start to mining-related violence

Business Standard: Monday, Oct 01, 2012

Goa: Angry locals detain journalists

imes of India:Sep 29, 2012,

Journalists held hostage by 'mining affected folks'

Gomantak times Panjim: Sept. 29

Mining supporter hold hostage visiting scribes

Gomantak times Panjim: Sept. 29

Mining supporter hold hostage visiting scribes

Herald Panjim Sept. 30

Rivona truckers try to justify hostage taking of journos

Herald Panjim Sept. 29

Mining hooligans go berserk

Herald Panjim Sept. 29

Mining hooligans go berserk

Dailik Herald Pajnim: Sept. 29

Dinman Panaji: Sept. 29 2012

Lokmat Goa: sept. 28

Lokmat goa: Sept. 29

Lokmat Goa: sept. 28

Lokmat Goa: Sept. 29

Navprabha Panjim: Sept. 29

Pudharai Goa Sept. 29

Pudharai Goa: Sept. 29,2012

Tarun Bharat Goa: Sept. 29