Photojournalists used to hold a privileged position in conflict reporting, but today activists, citizens
The deaths of Ecuadorian reporter Javier Ortega, photographer Paul Rivas, and their driver Efrain Segarra in Colombia seven months ago still haunt their families. A collaborative undertaking tell the story of
Despite pervasive threats from terrorist organisations, Afghan media are passionately covering the country’s second Parliamentary elections scheduled to take place 20
The population in Niger depends on community radio for information.
85 per cent of the population lives in the country side and with only one in five being literate, radio is
Come to the launch of two new IMS reports covering aspects of the Myanmar media landscape in 2018.
Imagine there is a competition among press freedom predators for the most sophisticated tactic to silence a critical voice. Which tactic would win?
An Algerian journalist has received a Migrantion Media Award for his work after being part of an IMS programme aiming to improve the African coverage of migration issues.
This report by Algerian Chahreddine Berriah won a Migration Media Award earlier this year. It was written as part of IMS’ Migrant Voices programme.
Closed borders are no obstacle for new online training programme offering professional training to journalists from three Arab conflict zones.
Journalists in Sri Lanka are increasingly using their newly won Right to Information (RTI) to research important stories such as public sector corruption