SICAN builds on media skills to boost Climate Change work

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SICAN builds on media skills to boost Climate Change work
Members of the Solomon Islands Climate Action Network (SICAN) completed a one-day workshop on the basics of media and communications work.
The training was conducted on 31 March at the Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation building at Town Ground and attended by 13 partner members.
The event involved presentation sessions and group activities that aims to train participants on how to identify, construct and amplify stories of SICAN’s work in the country.
The workshop which was conducted and facilitated under the Pacific Climate Change Collaboration, Influencing & Learning (PACCCIL) project by Oxfam in the Pacific.
“The key purpose of the workshop is to train SICAN members on the basic media covering, content gathering, media writing, local media knowledge and safeguarding media ethics,” participants concluded in a press release exercise.
“I’m very pleased to see how members of SICAN are eager to learn about the work of the media and how to be involved in media work,” says Oxfam PACCCIL Project Coordinator Gareth Quity.
“PACCCIL will continue to support SICAN’s work and will definitely bring maybe something more in-depth for our next media training.”
SICAN is a newly established National Climate Change Network which brings together Civil Society Organisations, Community Based Organisations, Academics and Activists to raise the voices of the marginalized Women, Men, Youths and People living with disability on Climate Change issues, actions, implementations and to help build a resilient Solomon Islands.
SICAN is supported by PACCCIL. PACCCIL is a four-year project funded by DFAT’s Australian NGO Corporation Program (ANCP), its goal is “action to build climate change and disaster resilience in the Pacific Region and beyond, is more effective, inclusive and collaborative”.

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