Editors and media managers from Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Caucasus, and the Balkans visit Sweden on a study trip
Fojo Media Institute organised a study trip to Stockholm focused on improving the working conditions of journalists in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Caucasus, and the Western Balkans, as part of the program supported by the OSCE. “We are in journalistic heaven,” said one participant during the study trip.
Rwanda media viability program launched in Kigali
Fojo and its local partner Pax Press just launched one of the most ambitious projects ever in the country, designed to enhance media management and media professionalism for private and non-profit media companies in Rwanda.
Fojo Media Literacy Camp avslutas efter fem år
Media Literacy Camp är en kursvecka som Fojo under några års tid har arrangerat för lärare och journalister. Deltagarna har kommit från Armenien, Belarus, Georgien, Moldavien och Ukraina. Kursen handlar om hur man förhåller sig kritiskt till information, såväl digital som tryckt. I år blev veckan uppdelad i två etapper.
Program för evenemanget Pressfrihetens dag, 3 maj 2022
Helping Ethiopian women bridge the “gender digital divide”
More than 100 Ethiopian women and girls are taking part in a project designed to help them access content online, differentiate between reliable and fake news, and communicate safely.
Global study on gender equality and media regulation
Fojo Media Institute has conducted the study in collaboration with the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Gothenburg, mapping law and policy and identifying measures to promote gender equality in the media and women’s freedom of expression. The study is launched today on March 16th.
Gender and media regulation seminar and report
Gender in mechanisms of journalists saftey and in media regulation. Seminar held on March 16th.
Statement in support of Ukrainian journalists
Statement by organisations participating in the project “Better working conditions for journalists” led by Fojo Media Institute and implemented in the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Break the gender bias through media self-regulation and policy
Gender bias in media organisations, processes and products limit the extent to which women and gender minorities can enjoy their right to gender equality, to freedom of expression and access to information.
Effective media self-regulation and policy can secure and protect these rights.