Wildlife Workshop is a unique project which empowers local journalists and NGOs to help save wildlife and wild places.

Wildlife Workshop believes conservation is about people and wildlife living together.

We believe that passionate journalists with storytelling skills and research can change the world.

A three day workshop trains journalists from local and national media improving their writing, story organisation, research ability as well as sharpening their camera and radio work.

Local experts are invited to share experience and knowledge and help the journalists to report complex conservation and environmental issues.

Journalists can tell the stories of their own wildlife and environment in a way that connects people directly with their natural riches. We believe that passionate journalists with storytelling skills can raise consciousness about conservation issues and help drive policy change on a national level.

The result of this collaboration is substantially increased media coverage of critical issues including poaching, human-wildlife conflict, wildlife crimes, deforestation, conservation and global warming.

The aim of Wildlife Workshop is for a greater understanding, policy change and behavioural change on a local and national level leading to an integrated approach to the environment.

Two award winning journalists Tira Shubart and Sue Phillips have combined their skills and passion to create conservation journalism training for local journalists in Africa and Asia.

The aim of Wildlife Workshop is for a greater understanding, policy change and behavioural change on a local and national level leading to an integrated approach to the environment.

Two award winning journalists Tira Shubart and Sue Phillips have combined their skills and passion to create conservation journalism training for local journalists in Africa and Asia

Contact Us

Tira Shubart

email: tira@wildlifeworkshop.net

Sue Phillips

email: sue@wildlifeworkshop.net