Staff from Myanmar Journalism Institute (MJI) went through a 2-day training on “Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)” from 23-24 September, at MJI’s office in Yangon.
“I hope I will get useful knowledge from this course, to become even more professional in my journalistic career.”
The International Day for the Universal Access to Information (A2I) last Saturday, September 28th, has been known as International Right to Know Day since 2002.
In a country such as Myanmar, marked by transition and deep wounds following five decades of military dictatorship, community radio – made by the community for the community, has a huge potential to bring together the communities and promote positive change.
Bangla Vision has investigated an unbearable situation the fishermen and their families in Bangladesh face on a daily basis. It is an investigation that has inspired other reporters to do similar stories.
Carrying a hope to have an independent funding source to be able to invest deeper for journalism training and a direction to become a financially independent organisation for Vietnam Journalism Training Centre (VJTC), the 3-day workshop on domestic fundraising was started in Hanoi on 8th July 2019.
In late November 2018, after two years of work with Laos partner the Institution for Mass Media Culture and Tourism (IMCT), Fojo organised the first training in Laos. The 4-day course was focused on “Online Journalism and Storytelling”.
In July 2018, going to Bangkok to attend the training course on “Field Safety and Cyber Security” for journalist was my first time going abroad on my own.
I am Su Myat Wai, a fulltime journalism trainer for Myanmar Journalism Institute (MJI)
since February 2015.
Between 80 and 90 percent of all work in Bangladesh is carried out in informal sectors. It creates challenges for investigative journalism on the labor market, but also opportunities.