Below are some helpful information to help you submit a quality blog or other written piece
The blog should be centered around Loss and Damage Finance or Loss and Damage at the very least.
The Guideline provides a recommended structure and review checklist to ensure you write an impactful blog.
For text-based blogs, a good length for a final draft is 700–800 words, roughly divided as follows: Introduction (50–150words); Body (400–500words); and Conclusion (50–150words). We can use subheadings (usually) and bullet-point lists (sometimes) to steer the reader through the text. As a result, your blog needs to contain the following
Your headline must be catchy and meaningful so readers can be lured into looking at your content. A catchy headline should be short, simple, to the point and sometimes this should include the keywords and the focus of your blog.
Here you introduce what the blog is about and why it's important. As a rule of thumb make sure you maintain the use of simple words throughout so your readers can understand easily.
Here is where you introduce your opinion and also what you want your readers to do.
Here you try to show how your opinion is relevant to the topic of the blog which was introduced at the start of the blog.
To really engage the reader, you need to add at least one image which must be appropriately credited if it's a secondary sourced image.
Others written piece can be but not limited to quotes, poem, written story
The written should be centered around Loss and Damage Finance or Loss and Damage at the very least. It should well structured, short, and to the point.
The written story should be your personal/community story and should include the following