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Women can be equals!

Over the past week, women and men working in the Somali media sector have come together to discuss gender equality, a subject that is sensitive not only in Somalia but worldwide. The events, organised by the Somali Women Journalists Organisation, address women journalists’ working conditions, ranging from equal pay to sexual harassment. We spoke to one of the participants, freelance journalist Zeinab Abdinoor Mohamed.

New study documents ethnification of the Ethiopian media

“Normally we would argue that journalism is the answer. In the case of Ethiopia, media is also becoming part of the problem. The state of the media in the country is deeply disconcerting,” says …

Visits to Bangla investigative journalism website up 80%

A website in Bangla, set up to help support, train, and connect investigative journalists, has attracted more than 100,000 page views in 12 months, indicating a growing demand for best-practice help, resources, and guidance.

Journalistiken behövs i fredliga och inkluderande samhällen

Journalistikens roll i att informera allmänheten, hålla makten till svars och bygga gemenskap är en oersättlig del av samhället. Detta har blivit extra tydligt under Covid-19 pandemin, där journalister har varit på frontlinjerna för att hålla människor informerade och hålla regeringar och makthavare till svars för hur de svarar på krisen.

Klimatet – för känsligt för Facebook

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Covid-19 Second Wave: A Fragile State for Myanmar Journalists

Highly contagious Covid-19 virus second wave believed by health authorities that it ignited from Rakhine State in mid-August stormed off economic sector down in Myanmar and Yangon has become the epicenter of the outbreak.

Cambodia Needs Greater Effort to Protect and Respect Journalists

Phnom Penh–Cambodian journalist Khim Sambo penned an article in late June 2008 for the now-defunct opposition-affiliated newspaper “Khmer Conscience” describing how a senior police chief found himself in a gambling incident in a casino at eastern border town of Bavet.