Gustavo Faleiros is a Knight International Journalism Fellow based in Brazil who has created a comprehensive online map that makes extensive use of data to track the deteriorating environment of the nine-country Amazon region. Read more »
We’re so close! Because of generous donors like you, Internews has raised $72,000 (that’s $144,000 with matching funds!) in support of youth-focused initiatives all over the world. And that means that we need one last push to reach our goal of $100,000. We have just one week left to complete this challenge together! Read more »
The Price Media Law Moot Court competition held annually in Oxford, UK plays an important role in promoting interest in international laws governing freedom of expression. In addition to being a powerful medium to train both law students and legal professionals in media law issues, it is also an effective platform for initiating international discussion around media law and policy. Read more »
Internews has designed and procured 5 different types of Emergency Media Standby Kits to ensure humanitarian communication teams and local media partners have the right equipment on hand to rapidly set up an emergency newsroom and be able to broadcast when critical infrastructure is down.
Internews' humanitarian communication teams can deploy within 72-hours of a disaster to assess and assist local media organizations and help humanitarian responders understand and address the information and communication needs of disaster-affected communities. Read more »
A central belief of media assistance is that information changes people’s lives for the better, improving governance, promoting economic development and strengthening civil society. But does assistance really lead to those outcomes?
To examine that question, Internews commissioned a report, When Does Information Change Lives?, that looks at the effects of five small FM radio stations launched and managed by Internews with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Read more »
“Media reflects the culture and media can influence what people consider normal. What the media is talking about is often what people are talking about. So depending on how the media presents things, it can improve the way a community or a society views issues of discrimination or prejudice.” – Jeanne Bourgault, Internews Read more »
Investigative reporters from online media outlets in Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico are collaborating on a regional multimedia investigation into the human rights fallout of organized crime in Latin America, with support of InSight Crime and Internews. Read more »
ElectUA (ElectUA.org), a Ukrainian state-of-the-art civil society tool to monitor election infringements, has executed a wide monitoring of the violations at the Ukrainian parliamentary elections, both before and during the vote. Read more »