The Climate Change Media Partnership(CCMP) is proud to announce the launch of a Fellowship programme that will send journalists to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Doha (COP18) in late 2012. The Fellowships are open predominantly to journalists from developing countries, but journalists from the US and Russia are also welcome to apply. Read more »
Information matters, especially for individuals affected by severe crises like the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. But critically, new research shows that listening to audiences may be just as important. Read more »
Journalists are faced with few opportunities in Afghanistan for increasing their knowledge and technical skills. For the first time in Afghanistan, aspiring journalists, broadcasters and media managers have the opportunity to partake in a highly practical radio, television, print and new media curriculum at the Nai Media Institute’s Diploma in Media. Read more »
On a dry afternoon in 2008 Arthur Zoungagde aka The Genius, a native of the small town of Obo in the Southeastern tip of Central African Republic (CAR), found a microphone on the ground. He picked it up, brushed off the dust and instinctively spoke into it. To his surprise, he heard his own voice a few meters away coming out of an abandoned radio receiver. Read more »
On April 26, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, Environmental Change and Security Program, and Asia Program hosted a panel on environmental journalism in Asia, in collaboration with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network.
The Internews-sponsored project infoasaid is covered in this post by Jason Cone, Communications Director at Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), on the blog of the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research (HPCR) at Harvard University.Read more »