In the lead-up to Russia’s 2018 presidential elections, an IMS-supported team monitored Russian media’s election reporting showing an imbalanced coverage in favour of
African Union announces new working group on the safety of journalists during roundtable debate at World Press Freedom Day conference on 3 May in Ghana
World Press Freedom Day 2018: “The democratic immune system needs a boost and must rise to the occasion if freedom of the media is to prevail,” says Jesper Højberg, executive director of International
New IMS-supported documentary, “Courage – Journalism is not a crime”, showcases the difficult working
Respectful relations between police and media in West Africa key to peaceful and democratic elections
Both media and security forces have major roles to play during the electoral process. Yet their
Highlights from Tri-City Photo Marathon 2018 in Copenhagen: The enthusiasm was high and the smiles broad, as more than 50 participants challenged their own creativity during
The International Press Institute and IMS are now accepting nominations for the 2018 IPI-IMS Free Media Pioneer Award. The deadline for nominations is April 20, 2018.
In Zimbabwe, International Media Support and its partners are gearing up to support the local media in reporting on the general elections later this year.
An investigative project gathered 15 Syrian journalists for training in in-depth reporting tools and provided coaching on how to carry out investigative journalistic projects in the war-torn country
To ensure fairer and consistent judicial decisions on issues related to the rights of journalists, 18 judges and prosecutors gathered to discuss international human rights