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April 11, 2017

Covering Sexual and Gender Minorities & Religion in Sub-Saharan Africa - A Reporting Guide for Journalists

This reporting guide is designed to help journalists report ethically and sensitively on issues related to sexual and gender minorities and religion in order to improve coverage of these issues in...

April 3, 2017

Hate Speech - Key Concept Paper

“Hate speech is a type of discriminatory speech that arises when people from different social, ethnic, or religious groups interact with one another, or when one such group asserts its power over...

March 22, 2017

Guide to Reporting Civic Space: Media Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to inform the media about the importance of civic space, and how the media can play a more effective role in protecting it. It defines what civic space is, the threats and...

March 22, 2017

Same Beds, Different Dreams? Charitable Foundations and Newsroom Independence in the Global South

“Private charities, a new generation of which have recently emanated from Silicon Valley enterprises, are increasingly directing their funding towards media organizations as a way to achieve their...

March 17, 2017

Boda Boda Talk Talk Learning Collection

This three-part learning module on Boda Boda Talk Talk (BBTT) describes the hyperlocal humanitarian information service currently operational in four United Nations Protection of Civilians Sites (...

February 23, 2017

A Manual for Investigative Journalism: How to Become a Mouthpiece for the People

Editors: Gwen Ansell (2010), Syed Nazakat (2016) Publisher: Global Media Programme This manual, also referred to as the Investigative Journalism Manual (IJM), is designed to equip journalists with...

February 23, 2017

A Manual for Investigative Journalism: How to Become a Mouthpiece for the People

Editors: Gwen Ansell (2010), Syed Nazakat (2016) Publisher: Global Media Programme This manual, also referred to as the Investigative Journalism Manual (IJM), is designed to equip journalists with...

February 23, 2017

A Manual for Investigative Journalism: How to Become a Mouthpiece for the People

Editors: Gwen Ansell (2010), Syed Nazakat (2016) Publisher: Global Media Programme This manual, also referred to as the Investigative Journalism Manual (IJM), is designed to equip journalists with...

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December 14, 2016

“Web 2.0 and social media have become part of everyday life for most people in the developed world. But they represent a life-changing...

December 12, 2016

This video series about Dimitra Clubs was produced to highlight the strengths and uniqueness of this gender-sensitive participatory communication...

December 12, 2016

“Over 1500 Dimitra Clubs exist in sub-Saharan Africa today, involving about 50.000 women and men”.

December 9, 2016

This guide is designed to empower the media in South Africa to help dispel the many negative beliefs that surround mental health. As stated in the...

December 8, 2016

This series of publications on internet freedom seeks to explore the changing legal and policy issues related to the internet. Specifically, the...

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