The workshop covered the topics of monitoring and evaluation approaches, gender inclusion, digital literacy, journalist safety and data journalism.
First Draft, the Google News Initiative and Internews bring the "Training of Trainers" program to Jakarta
Journalists in China and Indonesia participated in separate events earlier this month both aimed at improving local media coverage of ocean and fisheries issues.
At a forum entitled “Texts, tweets, and social change: How can communications contribute to development?” held at the Crawford School of Public Policy at Australian N
Fifty of Indonesia’s leading environmental journalists gathered in Jakarta in late August to discuss the state of environmental reporting, elect leaders of their professional association and advance plans to launch a ground-breaking new GeoJournalism portal called Ekuatorial.
With a population of over 230 million, Indonesia is the world’s fourth-most populous nation, and youth make up more than a quarter of the population.
With more than 43 million Facebook accounts and 19 million active Twitter users, Indonesia boasts the second highest number of social media users in Asia. Despite the wave of new technology, these figures mask a stronger undercurrent of digital and social inequality.
In Indonesia, rural farmers and environmental advocates are using mobiles to report, connect, and raise awareness of their issues.