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31 Jan

Project Oasis: Sustainability in Practice

By Lela Vujanić In 2014, a group of journalists made the bold move to leave the Slovakian newspaper SME after it was parti...

14 Dec

Journalism and Technology: The Use of Drones for News Gathering in Africa

By Nompilo Simanje Journalism has rapidly evolved over the years thanks to advancements in technology that have produced ne...

27 Sep

Strategic Litigation: Safeguarding and Advancing Media Freedom in Nigeria

By Obioma Okonkwo I recall vividly the exact day that my desire to defend media freedom was born 12 years ago. I was on my ...

27 Jul

Recapturing the Narrative in Egypt

By Fatemah Farag In a moment of euphoria on March 17, the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate elected independent journalist Kha...

15 Jun

The Precarity of Independent Public Interest Media: An URGENT Global Threat

By Courtney C. Radsch This year, the theme of UNESCO’s annual World Press Freedom Day was “Shaping a Future of Rights: ...

30 Mar

How Government Attacks on the Press Exacerbated the Devastation of the Earthquakes in Turkey

By Veysel Ok Two earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria on February 6, devastating the lives of nearly 26 million people. Acco...

24 Feb

Nigeria’s Elections: A Repressed Press at the Polls

By Senami Kojah As the largest democracy in Africa and the most populous Black nation on Earth, all eyes are on Nigeria’s...

25 Jan

Toward an inclusive approach to supporting media freedom

By Martin Scott, Mel Bunce, and Mary Myers In the past five years, the number of intergovernmental initiatives supporting m...

20 Sep

La Verdad del Autoritarismo Digital en Venezuela

By David Aragort Un “Gran Hermano” en Venezuela Un informe publicado recientemente por una de las principales empresas ...