• Climate change coverage

    The Fiji Times
    Saturday, August 6, 2016

    (This article from the Fiji Times cites Internews' Earth Journalism Network.)

    AN analysis of climate change coverage by three media firms in the Pacific has shown that The Fiji Times has been placing emphasis on climate change adaptation over the past few months.

  • Documentaries Show Ukrainian Resolve in the Face of Russian Aggression

    Monday, August 1, 2016

    Internews highlights two film series commissioned to document how Ukrainians are coping in the face of Russian hostility.

    Displaced tells in 12 parts the stories of internally displaced Ukrainians, each story personal and universal at the same time. 

    Return documents volunteers and war veterans who must overcome serious physical and mental injuries sustained during the conflict and the courage they display every step of the way to resuming their lives as productive citizens. 

  • The refugee crisis will not be hacked

    Thomson Reuters Foundation
    Friday, July 29, 2016

    (Rose Foran, senior humanitarian liaison officer with Internews in Greece, wrote this article from Thomson Reuters Foundation about using tech in humanitarian crises.)

    There is a collective eye-roll among my humanitarian colleagues when a new app concept is announced in a coordination meeting by a fresh-faced tech consultant on loan from Silicon Valley, an ‘idea lab guru,’ an energetic representative from a Scandinavian university.

  • South Sudan: Violence Fuels Humanitarian Crisis

    Thursday, July 28, 2016

    South Sudan faces a spiralling humanitarian crisis as the recent surge in fighting prevents aid agencies from providing urgent help to millions of people in need. Violence and insecurity continue in Juba and are spreading to other states despite a fragile ceasefire in a country where half the population relies on humanitarian aid, ten aid agencies warned today.

  • In Memory of Pavel Sheremet

    Pavel Sheremet
    Thursday, July 21, 2016

    We join the international community in shock, anger and sadness at the loss of Pavel Sheremet in Kyiv on July 20th in a car bombing. Pavel represented the very best of journalism – dogged, unyielding and passionate. A full and independent investigation must be carried out to ensure all those responsible are swiftly brought to justice.