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IMS: UN member states have the duty to protect journalists

IMS: UN member states have the duty to protect journalists

Around 150 representatives of Member States, civil society and the media gathered at UNESCO HQ in Paris on Tuesday, 12 December to discuss national initiatives for the safety …

The battle for freedom of expression online: Where are the journalists?

The battle for freedom of expression online: Where are the journalists?

As threats to freedom of expression online continue to grow, journalists need to get more involved in shaping the digital …

New report on challenges for media in South and Southeast Asia

New report on challenges for media in South and Southeast Asia

A new report produced by IMS in collaboration with Fojo Media Institute documents the many challenges of the media in South and Southeast Asia and presents recommendations …

Blog: Ready for the podcast revolution?

Blog: Ready for the podcast revolution?

Podcasts have become extremely popular in just a few years. Torben Brandt, one of the best radio producers in Denmark, has recently headed a workshop with some of IMS’s media partner – here are his advice on …

Myanmar media development conference to focus on safety

Myanmar media development conference to focus on safety

2017 has been a vibrant and troubling year for the media sector in Myanmar. This year’s media development conference will have safety of journalists as one of the important …

Innovative Tunisian media holds authorities to account

Innovative Tunisian media holds authorities to account

The Tunisian NGO Al Khatt and its online media Inkyfada are showing the way for press freedom and independent, investigative reporting in a country that still struggles to …

When fake news and fake everything takes over

When fake news and fake everything takes over

“While journalists in many parts of the world are investigating massive push backs, there is little echo of that here in the Arab world,” writes the director of the Amman-based Arab Reporters for …

The world needs investigative reporting

The world needs investigative reporting

The Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg is over. IMS’ programme manager Henrik Keith Hansen shares his reflections from the world’s biggest conference on investigative reporting,

VIDEO: Nigerien journalist: “A journalist’s safety should be her primary concern”

VIDEO: Nigerien journalist: “A journalist’s safety should be her primary concern”

VIDEO: What are the main take-aways from a conflict sensitive journalism and safety training conducted …

Investigative journalism grows in Arab world despite the odds

Investigative journalism grows in Arab world despite the odds

Amman, Nov. 28 – The 10th Annual Forum for Arab investigative reporters opening at Jordan’s Dead Sea on Friday, 1 December has attracted more than 400 participants from …