Afghan Journalist Safety Committee has released its annual report depicting the status of violence and intimidation against journalist. Despite a decrease in number of
Azerbaijani blogger Mehman Huseynov is on hunger strike in an Azerbaijani prison. International Media Support (IMS) is gravely concerned for the health and well-being of
A unique campaign in Somalia has resulted in 27 media houses signing a media gender declaration – a first for the
The empowerment of women in local debate clubs that cooperate with local community radios is an effective tool to prevent conflict in the troubled border zones between Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso.
In Somalia, the Faculty of Journalism & Communication at the Somali National University is hosting a new batch of aspiring communication professionals in partnership with
On 10 December, UN Member States will meet in Marrakesh, Morocco to formally adopt the Global Compact for Migration. Journalists from IMS’ ‘Migrant Voices’ initiative will discuss challenges of reporting
According to IMS Director Jesper Højberg, holding political actors to account remains a key aim of investigative
This year’s conference on investigative journalism in the Middle-East, the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) Forum, celebrated new journalistic tools such
Op-ed by executive director of ARIJ, Rana Sabbaggh, prior to the 11th Annual Forum.
By Andreas Reventlow, Programme Manager
A recent New York Times story tells of how Facebook has been running an aggressive campaign against civil society activists critical