Watch this episode where the team on the investigative show Onushudan shows how one low level official have the whole department in his hand. The corruption eradicates access to research and new cultivation methods for small farmers which don’t get the opportunity to increase their harvest or produce healthier crops.
How to write your hypothesis before pitching your investigative story to your editor? Or – in this case – to your lecturer?
Greetings from Fojo Head of Policy and International Development Lars Tallert, who is in Ethiopia celebrating World Press Freedom Day with Nubia Media journalist Hadra Ahmed and many others.
As part of the Ethiopia Media Reform project, funded by the Swedish Embassy in Ethiopia, Fojo has produced two new publications in support of the current media reform process in Ethiopia.
The upcoming months and years will tell us which path the Ethiopian media choose to take.
Right now, we wait.
With the hike of digitalization across the globe, traditional media is not the only channel for distribution and consuming information. Everyday, social media platforms are flooded with filtered and/or unfiltered, verified and/or unverified information appeared as news.
Bui Le Anh Thu, 24, is the youngest panelist being invited for Vietnam Internet Forum (VIF19) under the theme of “Digital for Good”.
The Eye on Corruption (EoC) project in collaboration with Action for Transparency (A4T) recently organised a two-day training for leading investigative journalists.
On December 13-15, the Faculty of Journalism and Communication at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, part of Vietnam National University, hosted a series of news literacy workshops targeted at media educators and practitioners from Southeast Asian countries.
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.