What is the salary of junior doctors in Zimbabwe, and did the country really lose $15 billion in diamond revenue? Zimbabwe’s new fact-checking platform, ZimFact, brings truth to the issues discussed in the
Prepare your camera and get ready: On Saturday 21 April 2018 a Tri-City Photo Marathon is taking place simultaneously in Cairo, Copenhagen and Ramallah
Comment piece by Gulnara Akhundova, International Media Support, and Gry Waagner Falkenstrøm, Danish Institute for International Studies, on the monitoring of Russian media’s coverage of the 2018 presidential elections.
10 films compete to win the F:ACT Award on CPH:DOX 2018. The award is an acknowledgement of the importance of films uniting the best from the journalistic toolbox with the visual power of documentary films.
An IMS-supported team is monitoring Russian media’s presidential campaign coverage. Preliminary findings show that President Putin is given the bulk of media attention and almost exclusively portrayed in a
On International Women’s Day, 8 March, IMS-Fojo in Somalia and the Embassy of Sweden gathered some of Somalia’s leading ladies to make the online gender gap just that little
IMS is actively supporting this year’s CPH:DOX – the world’s second biggest documentary film festival – with a main focus on safety for documentarists and as sponsors of the F:ACT Award. The festival
#MeToo, #TimesUp #SheDecides resonate on a global scale and also mark the media industry’s challenges
Following the recent killings of two European journalists in their home countries, IMS and 15 other media organisations call for EU action to protect journalists in a joint open letter to the president of the
In many closed societies, the internet is one of the few ways people can access independent, critical news and information. But in recent years, staying online and accessible