When state restrictions reshape the civic space, how do media and civil society fight back? Join us for a debate on 16
First keynote speaker announced for the upcoming Annual Forum for Arab Investigative Journalism in Jordan: David Cay
The deadly disease Cholera is spreading in Somalia. Broadcasts by Radio Ergo on the how to get treatment have raised awareness in some of the poorest neighbourhoods.
A unique new series, Ogaal, that will help Somalis cope during the current drought, begins on Tuesday 3 October on BBC
Need to update your podcast stream? Here’s what IMS’ ever curious staff and social media followers recommends: Foreign policy and international relations is central for a plethora of reputable institutions, many of whom have taken to podcasting.
Reporting from a war torn country like Syria limits the types of stories you can do, concludes the news editor in chief
The conflict in Myanmar has entered its third week. Lack of access to the conflict area and thereby to reliable information has led to a biased and divided media coverage
After more than 20 years as a dictatorship, The Gambia is now taking its first steps towards democracy. As part of that transformation, a media sector reform process has been
Azerbaijani authorities have been quick to respond to the #Laundromat investigation – but not by launching an investigation into the money-laundering allegations. Instead
We must ask ourselves why fake news stories have the power to become influential. IMS programme manager Antonina Cherevko argues that the reason is because fake news tap into negative stereotypes audiences