What problems currently impact the food production? How can agricultural activities result in lower greenhouse gas emissions while also being productive enough to feed a growing global population?Read more
Internews’ Asia portfolio consists of diverse initiatives broadening access to information and freedom of expression, often set against a backdrop of profound political and social transition. Our work supports democratic reform, locally relevant, locally owned information resources, and collaboration between media, civil society, and tech. Many of our projects also aim to engage ethnic and religious minorities, women, and young people, increasing opportunities to develop and publish content, whether it is developing compelling, data-driven news stories or counteracting hate speech on social media. Increasingly, health and humanitarian information services, localized digital safety tools and trainings, and pioneering Information Ecosystem Assessments are also core capabilities within the Asia portfolio. Finally, we are making an intentional effort to foster inclusion in Asia, with a focus on empowering women and girls, and amplifying their voices to advocate for fairer societies.
In honor of this year’s Earth Day theme, “Protect Our Species,” Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is launching our Pangolin Project, a special reporting initiative that looks at the growing illegal
Earth Journalism Network Training of Trainers Explores Climate and Data Journalism, Eco-Tourism and Safety Challenges
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) held its annual Training of Trainers (ToT) at the end of March in Palawan, the Philippines, bringing together more than 30 participants, including staff, media grantees and partners.
Philippines-based journalist Fatima Arkin, the recipient of a 2016 grant from Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, was recognized as the best young environmental journalist of the year at the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) held last month in Singapore.
In early March, the Earth Journalism Network’s Bay of Bengal Project partnered with the rights-based research and advocacy organization VOICE to host a media workshop in Bhola, Bangladesh, focused on climate change and its impact on marginalized communities.
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Google News Initiative. Read more about what has happened in India since then from Surabhi Malik, Program Director of the Google News Initiative Training Network and an important figure in India's fight against fake news.
National Geographic Photo Camp Exhibition at the Kennedy Center Displays Images of Resilience and Hope Taken by At-Risk and Refugee Youth
Young storytellers use photography to share their migration experiences
Internews helped fund initial start-up costs of Kabar Sulteng Bangkit, a grassroots attempt to fill important post-disaster information needs after the Central Sulawesi tsunami
With the rising impact of climate change, ranging from flash floods, landslides and ocean surges, coupled with the urgent need to implement more effective – and long-term – disaster risk reduction, credible journalist initiatives are increasingly playing a crucial role of informing the public.
The jungle village of Nabadegaswewa in Sri Lanka serves as an important buffer zone in the local ecosystem and is home to two watersheds – the Manamperi and Katuwewa tanks — which are the main source of water for the area. It is also a safe-haven for wildlife, such as elephants.
Visakhapatnam, India – With record high temperatures forecast across South Asia and exacerbated by the impacts of climate change and (this year) El Niño, the impact on vulnerable communities living along the Bay of Bengal are predicted to be more severe than ever.