Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman: Ghanaian Journalist Selected Among 20 Worldwide to Attend Top-Ranked Workshop in US

Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman: Ghanaian Journalist Selected Among 20 Worldwide to Attend Top-Ranked Workshop in US

- Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman, an astute Ghanaian journalist, is one of 20 selected to be part of the University of Rhode Island's workshop for journalists

- The list comprises people from different parts of the world including the U.S, Canada, Egypt, Ghana and Thailand

- The workshop is to provide journalists with the skills and insight for contextualized climate change stories

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Ghanaian journalist, Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman, has been listed among 20 fellows from across the world chosen for the University of Rhode Island's Metcalf Institute's 23rd annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists.

Information available to YEN.com.gh indicates that he was selected for the science fellowship in the US focused on climate change impacts, solutions and equitable approaches to reporting.

The fellows come from small and large news organizations around the world and media platforms in the U.S, Canada, Egypt, Ghana and Thailand.

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Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman: Ghanaian journalist selected among 20 others worldwide to attend top workshop in US
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According to a Metcalf press statement, the workshop will provide journalists with the skills and insight to identify and produce accurate and contextualized climate change stories.

These will be of both local and global significance on a range of issues impacting their news audience, from excessive heat, extreme weather and flooding to human health, agriculture, infrastructure and energy.

Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman is a recipient of the 2018 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize, a global prestigious award run by the European Commission and 2020 best African TV Journalist in Environmental and Change Reporting from the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance, PACJA.

Away from that, Gloria Borlabi, a brilliant Ghanaian lady came out as a valedictorian for the Bachelor of Arts Programme in 2020 at the University of Ghana.

According to a report by edwardasare.com, Gloria initially desired to study law but was denied admission into the Law School.

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She, therefore, decided to study Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Information Studies and Russian and won multiple awards for her academic work.

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