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Fact checking takes off in Bangladesh

Last year, Qadaruddin Shishir was a regular journalist at Jamuna Television in Dhaka. Today he is a fact-checkerand one of two co-founders of BD FactCheck.

Struggle of Myanmar Journalists Amid the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic becomes an immediate threat for survival of many journalists in Myanmar on top of many other existing issues within the country’s journalism field.

New media network emerged amid the worst of media freedom in Cambodia

Since late 2017, Cambodia plunked down rank every year in world media freedom index and while the concerning situation continued, a glim of light emerged. Cambodia Journalist Alliance (CamboJA) launched in late 2019, vowed to protect journalists and fight for media freedom in Cambodia.

The Female newspaper Vendors of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe media is driven bay many hands.
Among these hands are women at the forefront.
They sell stories, but we hardly know their own.

Gender equality is not a women’s issue

From the time when modern news media was born, men have dominated the industry. Both in terms of representation in content and among reporters behind the stories. In recent years some radical changes can be seen in this pattern, with interesting regional variations.

COVID-19: For Vietnam, Information Is A Public-Health Weapon

HO CHI MINH CITY (Reporting ASEAN) – Mach Nguyen Phuong Khanh lives half a world away from Vietnam, but she heeded the reminder she got from the Vietnamese government’s social messaging accounts – and stayed at home – in London.

In Cambodia, CCIM strives to increase gender sensitivity and gender mainstream

Almost one year ago, in July 2019, Cambodia Center for Independent Media (CCIM) was one of the two local partners of Fojo Media Institute in Southeast Asia, that received in-house training workshop on Gender and Institutional Assessment from Woman Organization for Change in Agriculture & NRM (WOCAN).

Somali women protested against offensive advert

In April, the Somali Women Journalists Organisation (SWJO) protested against an advert that contained criteria regarded as insult and discrimination against Somali female journalists seeking employment in the state media.