Stories of tax evasion and power abuse uncovered through the Panama Papers in Spring 2016 has left few in doubt about the value of investigative journalism as a tool to hold
Radio Ergo, the IMS-run Somali humanitarian radio broadcasting across Somalia is starting to see the results of its new gender policy which includes efforts to raise gender sensitivity among its Somali
A photographer from IMS partner Aleppo Media Center (AMC) followed in the footsteps of Support Syria Civil Defence (The White Helmets) rescuing Omar and his family. Despite shortage of fuel, electricity and
The Sport for Rights coalition calls for the Azerbaijani authorities to immediately cease their systemic violations and take steps to improve the human rights situation in
From 12 August – 3 September, Cinemateket in Copenhagen is offering a unique opportunity to view a broad spectrum of films from the Arab region during the Arabian Nights Film Festival organised in
On the morning of 20 July, Pavel Sheremet, a journalist with Radio Vesti and Ukrayinska Pravda news site, was killed in a car bomb in Kyiv.
International Media Support echoes concerns voiced by the Global Network Initiative over yet another order by a Brazilian judge to block the WhatsApp messaging service across the entire country.
International Media Support is deeply concerned by the increase in internet shutdowns and restrictions on access to communication networks around the world
Access to the mobile messaging service WhatsApp was restricted in Zimbabwe on 6 July. Restrictions like the one in Zimbabwe are part of a global tendency of internet shutdowns and restrictions that pose a real
Attacks on independent journalists and human rights defenders have intensified over the past months in Algeria. This