Andelen journalister som vänder sig till Fojos Offentlighetsjour för råd kring offentlighet och sekretess fortsätter att öka stadigt. Att det lönar sig att överklaga är experten Mats Amnell övertygad om.
How African investigative journalists in Africa are coming together.
A change in the relationship between government, corporations and the media is needed in Bangladesh if the country’s publishers and broadcasters are to stay in business and thrive.
Wendelapriset för bästa socialreportage i svensk press eller i bokform kommer 2021 att delas ut för fjortonde gången.
In this article, we have summarized some of the best ideas that publishers from Eastern and Central Europe have shared with us.
Did Myanmar’s 2020 General Elections launch in transparency?
2008, whilst being a university student, was the year when I first heard about a female journalist working at a nationally reputable newsroom being sexually harassed by her boss. The harassment was later concealed and forgotten.
To mark the 16 days of activism for gender based violence, we spoke to Zororai Nkomo of AB Communications to find out what they are doing to fight Gender Based Violence and the measures they are taking to light the challenges being faced by women in Zimbabwe.
Southeast Asia Media Training Network (SEAMTN) of Fojo Media Institute concludes its 2-week long campaign on ‘Eliminating Gender-Based Violence Against Women and All Forms of Gender Identities’. The online campaign hosts the messages of 42 concerned-individuals of 24 women, 14 men, and 4 other gender-identities from Cambodia (19), Myanmar (21) and Vietnam (2). Among them, 21 are journalists and media trainers.
Every year, from 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 December (International Human Rights Day), the 16 Days of Activism Campaign is carried out all over the world.