• In Solidarity

    Thursday, January 8, 2015

    In the wake of the tragic attacks on media in Paris, Internews stands with all media and journalists around the world in pursuit of freedom of expression.

    Read a statement from the Committee to Protect Journalists for more information.

  • A Young Liberian Returns to His Country to Fight a Deadly Virus

    Boakai Boley standing by American and Liberian flags
    Thursday, January 8, 2015

    Boakai Boley is Internews’ Health Communication Liaison Officer in Liberia. Boley was born and raised in Liberia, spent a decade in refugee camps in Sierra Leone and Ghana, and then moved to the US to study at university. Here he reflects on his return to Liberia to help fight the spread of Ebola.

  • Egyptian Journalists Build Skills amid Instability

    A man holds a newspaper up and points to it
    Thursday, January 8, 2015

    Within the current environment of political instability in Egypt, a big challenge for journalists is navigating an objective role in a contentious society.

    Internews in Egypt successfully brought together in November and December fifty media professionals with differing opinions to discuss the meaning of democracy and the role of the journalist within this climate.

  • Wired in a Cyber Wasteland

    The Ventured Life
    Wednesday, January 7, 2015

    (This article from The Ventured Life discusses the technology revolution occurring in Myanmar, including the country’s first hackathon developing tech solutions for social problems, which was supported by Internews. David Madden, Internews Strategy Advisor, is quoted in the article. Madden led the launch of the Phandeeyar: Myanmar Innovation Greenhouse, a project of Internews.)

  • Internews Impact: Our Story in Numbers

    Wednesday, January 7, 2015

    Our new Impact Report shows where and how Internews works to support the free flow of information that empowers citizens worldwide. Click through to learn about some of the amazing people we've worked with in the past year, from South Sudan to Afghanistan.

    I'm proud of what we've accomplished with our supporters and our global staff. And I thank you for believing in the power behind our simple motto: Local Voices, Global Change.

    Jeanne Bourgault
    President, Internews

  • Media Dangers in Global Conflict Zones

    Center for Strategic and International Studies
    Wednesday, December 31, 2014

    Jeanne Bourgault, Internews President & CEO, was interviewed on "Smart Women, Smart Power" - a speaker series on women in international business and global affairs produced by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

    Host Nina Easton interviewed Bourgault about media and information in conflict zones and humanitarian crises. Although around the world the situation for journalists and press freedom has seen setbacks, Bourgault expressed optimism about the future.

  • Internews Trainees Recognized for Exceptional Elections Coverage

    Two women and two men on stage with Afghan flags behind them.
    Monday, December 29, 2014

    Stretched over the course of many months, the 2014 presidential election in Afghanistan was a relentlessly grueling process. To many, the election often seemed like it might never produce a winner. Throughout, the Afghan media sector tirelessly reported on the ins and outs of the election – and the campaigning, run-off voting, accusations of fraud, and international audit that accompanied it. 

    "During the prolonged electoral process, we kept working hard to cover the entire process," recalled journalist Mohammad Hassan Khetab.

  • A Mirror of Her Nation

    Friday, December 26, 2014

    I want to be a mirror of my nation. I want to be the voice of the voiceless women and children in this country." That's the inspiring voice of Aquilina Adhel, a journalist Internews works with in South Sudan.