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National Code of Ethics to heighten standards of Myanmar journalism

National Code of Ethics to heighten standards of Myanmar journalism

The Interim Press Council of Myanmar and International Media Support (IMS) are to work together to obtain a national consensus around a common Code of Ethics for Myanmar …

New radio network to strengthen Somalia’s media

New radio network to strengthen Somalia’s media

As positive progress slowly unfolds in Somalia, a new radio network may prove a constructive next step for the conflict-marked country’s media

Tunisia media workers strike to protect independence

Tunisia media workers strike to protect independence

After repeated calls for the protection of fundamental rights, the National Syndicate of Tunisian Journalists (SNJT) has called for an unprecedented strike of media …

Tunisia one year on: Setting a good example despite obstacles

Tunisia one year on: Setting a good example despite obstacles

Like Libya and Egypt, Tunisia has seen its revolution pass the one-year mark. But unlike its neighbours, Tunisia remains largely out of the headlines. IMS’ media expert in …

Libya’s media revolution one year on: Now what?

Libya’s media revolution one year on: Now what?

The revolution in Libya might never have happened if not for the media. Al Jazeera and other international media played a key role in convincing the outside world that its help was needed. But the role of “new …

A way forward for Côte d’Ivoire’s post-conflict media

A way forward for Côte d’Ivoire’s post-conflict media

Representatives from Côte d’Ivoire’s main media organisations met recently in Accra to discuss the next steps for the support of the country’s post-conflict, partisan media