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WDG

02 Nov

‘Alternative Means’: How Civil Society in Southern Africa Can Combat Impunity

Most killers of journalists walk free. The statistics are staggering: worldwide, almost nine out of 10 cases of journalist ...

27 Oct

Rebalancing the Relationship Between Big Tech and News Media

As the global journalism industry struggles to adapt to shrinking revenue brought on by the failure of traditional business...

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 ...

20 Sep

The Reality of Digital Authoritarianism in Venezuela

By David Aragort A Venezuelan Big Brother A recent transparency report by one of the top telecom companies in Venezuela con...

31 Aug

Media, Migration, and Displacement in South Asia: A Path Forward

By Miriam Kueller In spring 2022, more than 50 media professionals, activists, and experts from across South Asia met to de...

12 Jul

To Support Ukrainian Media, Abandon the Sustainability Agenda

Nataliya Gumenyuk, award-winning journalist and founder of the Public Interest Journalism Lab (PIJL) in Ukraine, says media...

15 Jun

Bolstering Caribbean Media Support: The Vicious Circle of Viability

By Kiran Maharaj Small island states and developing nations face many existential threats. The most daunting is perhaps the...

02 May

World Press Freedom Day 2022: Top Digital Repression Reads

In honor of World Press Freedom Day on May 3, journalists, activists, and media experts are gathering in Uruguay for UNESCO...

28 Apr

Online Violence against Women: In Whose Hands Are Journalists Safe?

By Lourdes Walusala A couple of years ago, I lost my first child due to a pregnancy-related complication. This experience i...