The People’s Political Festival is a unique meeting of citizens, politicians, private sector and civil society set on the island of Bornholm from 15 – 18 June. IMS will be there leading on a number of explosive debates.
At a time where the development of free and professional media has rarely been more important, IMS is proud to work with those who push forward positive change against the backdrop of the profoundly challenging developments in 2016 and 2017.
IPI Awards: Ethiopia’s Eskinder Nega is this year's Press Freedom Hero and Afghan Journalists Safety Committee named as the 2017 Free Media Pioneer in recognition of the group’s courageous and trailblazing work to prevent, combat and monitor attacks on journalists in one of the world’s most dangerous media environments.
Get a little closer to the panelists ahead of IMS’ debate seminar on Fake News vs. Good Journalism on Wednesday 5 April. We've gathered some of their research and reflections and hope it will inspire you to either join the debate - or watch the live broadcast on IMS' Facebook account.
Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) celebrates its first 10 years. Executive director Rana Sabbath reflects on challenges importance and relevance
Pulitzer-prize winning Boston Globe journalist Walter Robinson and many others to guest the 9th Arab Investigative Journalism forum in Jordan in December hosted by the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism network
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 those in power to account.
Recruitment of young people to join the conflict in Syria continues to grow. In Tajikistan, a group of journalism students took on the problem
More than 250 Arab Journalists, editors and media academics attended this year's three-day Arab investigative journalism conference held amid a growing crackdown on free speech in the region.
Asian journalists are digging into sensitive issues related to corruption and crime at all levels like never before. But investigative journalism remains risky business in many Asian countries.
The seventh annual forum for Arab investigative journalists brings over 30 panels and trainings on journalists' safety and coverage of topics like human rights abuses, pollution, and off-shore fraud.
I’m feeling slightly anxious as the landing gear touches down on Yemeni soil. The risk of kidnapping keeps popping up in my mind.
Half a billion dollars in annual privileges awarded to themselves by Iraqi MPs. Read the winning story for best journalistic investigation in 2013 awarded at last week's Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism conference - a look into previously unreported levels of corruption in the Iraqi government
Iraqi journalists win top award for best reports in 2013 at the Arab Investigative Journalism Conference in Amman11 Dec. 2013 | Story
Three Iraqi journalists from the Network of Iraqi Reporters for Investigative Journalism (NIRIJ) shared the first prize for the best investigative reports in the Arab world at the 6th Annual Conference for Investigative Journalists held in Amman from 6 – 8 December by Falastin Ismail, IMS 350 Arab journalists and 30 foreign experts participated in...
IMS has been working in the Middle East and North African region since 2005 as part of the Danish - Arab Partnership Programme which marks its 10th anniversary this week. IMS partner Daoud Kuttab remembers how his involvement in the programme began, which also led to the establishment of the acclaimed Arab Reporter for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ)