• Undercover and Working for Change

    Monday, October 10, 2016

    Last year the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights named Honduras the most dangerous country in Latin America for journalists. Xiomara Orellana has been working as a journalist for decades in Honduras. She has taken great risks to follow her passion to explain the migration experience.

    “The essence of what you do is in the impact that it has on people; for you to inform, change, help consolidate democratic societies."

    —Xiomara Orellana

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  • Addressing the Critical Need for Lifesaving Information in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

    Monday, October 10, 2016

    At least 1,000 people are now feared dead in the wake of the devastating hurricane that hit Haiti on October 4th. The storm has left in its wake a serious humanitarian crisis, made worse by the fact that a cholera epidemic was only barely being held in check prior to the storm. Relatively isolated areas in southwestern Haiti were particularly hard hit, with damage estimates of up to 80% of structures.

  • The State of Media in Ukraine: the Internews Annual Survey

    Tuesday, October 4, 2016
    Ukraine has a pluralistic, mature media landscape, although much of it is tinged with propaganda. Every year, Internews conducts an in-depth survey to track the evolution of this landscape, seeking to understand how people access and process critical news and information. The 2016 survey reveals a drop in trust of Russian media, an increase in people getting their news from the internet, and a growing awareness of ownership of local and national media.
  • Climate Journalism Thrives in Latin America

    ?Eres periodista o comunicador en America Latina? Participa de la encuesta regioanl sobre periodismo y cambio climatico.
    Monday, October 3, 2016

    “Latin America is perhaps the best example of economic growth together with carbon emissions reduction,” says Christiana Figueres, former executive-secretary of the UN´s Climate Change Convention, summarizing the region’s leadership in attempting to halt global warming. Figueres made her point to hundreds of journalists during an EJN webinar organized in partnership with Latin Clima earlier this year.

  • Journalists from Developing Countries to Cover the “COP of Action” in Morocco

    Marrakech COP22 CMP12 - UN Climate Change Conference 2016
    Monday, October 3, 2016

    Last December during the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)  Conference of Parties (COP), 195 countries came together to adopt The Paris Agreement, the first universal climate agreement meant to tackle climate change. Targets set by the Agreement include limiting the rise in global temperature to an average of no more than 2 degrees Celsius, and reducing CO2 emissions by 50% by 2050, and 100% by 2100.

  • Fellowship Brings Indigenous Journalists to World’s Largest Biodiversity Conference

    Monday, October 3, 2016

    Journalists from 16 countries participated in an Earth Journalism Network (EJN) Fellowship program this month that took them to the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Honolulu, Hawai’i, where indigenous communities and their role in global conservation efforts took center stage. The EJN delegation, which included indigenous reporters from seven biodiversity-rich nations, joined leaders from governments, civil society and the private sector for high-level discussions to set the world’s conservation agenda after ambitious targets were established in Paris last year.