How Do Diseases Jump from Animals to Humans? Reporting on Zoonotic Spillover Ecosystems

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How Do Diseases Jump from Animals to Humans? Reporting on Zoonotic Spillover Ecosystems

The spillover of viral pathogens from animals to humans has become a hot topic over the last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Understanding the spillover ecosystem – the situations, context, and factors that could increase risks of spillover – is key to reporting the topic well, but where and how can journalists get this understanding, and how can they find innovative story ideas in their local communities?

Please join Internews’ Earth Journalism Network for this webinar to learn more from experts in the field of One Health on STOP Spillover, a project focused on preventing zoonotic disease and their spillover worldwide and on how to cover this under-reported topic.

Speakers

  • Deborah Kochevar – STOP Spillover Project Director and Professor at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

  • Nadia Rimi – STOP Spillover Country Team Lead for Bangladesh

  • Musa Sangarie – Health Communications Expert, Internews

Moderator

  • Stella Paul – Environment and Health Project Officer, Internews' Earth Journalism Network

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