“Most media portray Arab women as victims. We want to portray them as heroes.” Seven female, Arab media professionals visited Denmark to discuss gender and media.
Amal Ramsis, filmmaker and founder of Cairo International Women’s Film Festival, is one out of seven Arab female media professionals who are visiting Denmark between 18 – 23
Provisions on State Secrecy and “Denigrating” Security Forces Undermine Free Speech
Tunisian legislators should drop problematic provisions from a new security bill, 13 nongovernmental organizations said
The Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI), together with International Media Support (IMS) and the Open Society Foundation, is organising an International Assessment Mission to
From primitive conditions to operating in a new graphic studio, KBC in Algeria has become one of the country’s most popular channels.
IMS and our partners around the world are highlighting the importance of press freedom through a number of different events this year for World Press Freedom Day.
86% of the world’s population lives in countries without free media, according to new statistics published in connection with World Press Freedom Day on 3 May
Saturday’s massive earthquake has damaged over 20 community radios in districts that have been badly affected by the tremors and many have not begun operations affecting information flow in the districts.
The Nepal International Media Partnership welcomes steps taken to foster a safer working environment for
An alliance of 14 media development and freedom of expression groups are in Nepal this week pushing for improved safety of journalists.