Alanah Torralba is an independent journalist, photographer, and media trainer based in Manila, Philippines. She works on under-reported social issues, and takes special interest in climate change and indigenous people's rights.
She has been published in both international and local publications such as: Thomson Reuters Foundation, The International Herald Tribune, TIME.com, Guardian, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Jakarta Post, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Interaksyon, CNN Philippines etc.
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2018 Climate Change Media Partnership, Internews & Stanley Foundation (Global Climate Action Summit - San Francisco, USA | COP 24 - Katowice, Poland)
Media Workshop on Plastic Pollution, Earth Journalism Network (Manila, Philippines)
2018 Training of Advisors on Digital Security and Safety, Internews (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
2017 Bloomberg Initiative Global Road Safety Journalism Fellowship (Manila, Philippines)
COP 23 Climate Change Reporting Fellowship, Climate Tracker (Bonn, Germany)
Media Training on Fair Recruitment and Labour Migration, International Labour Organization (Pampanga, Philippines)
7th Angkor Photo Festival (November 2011. Siem Reap, Cambodia)