Europe

Since 1993, Internews has implemented innovative programs in Europe aimed at bringing conflicted societies together through various media projects. Currently, our work focuses on the Balkan states, where ethno-national politics continues to impede the free flow of information and foment prejudice and mistrust among people of varying backgrounds.

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  • EJN Journalists Attend Adaptation Futures Conference in Rotterdam

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    Monday, June 20, 2016

    Earth Journalism Network journalists joined policy leaders and climate experts from around the world for a three-day discussion on adapting to climate change impacts in the wake of the historic agreement reached in Paris. The 15-member EJN delegation was the largest group of reporters attending the conference and included members from South Asia, Central Africa and three Pacific Islands nations

  • Showing Corruption from the Skies

    Wednesday, June 15, 2016
    In Moldova, journalists used drones to capture images of a secret luxury retreat for powerful Moldovan government leaders and posted them online. The footage caused a stir in a country where government officials regularly live lavishly off public coffers while one fifth of the nation’s 3.6 million people scrape by in poverty.
     
    “We were able to send a message to politicians that they should be more transparent with the money they spend, because this money belongs to all of us.”
     

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