Journalism through chat media
A story about how Radio Dabanga engages with their audience through chat media such as WhatsApp.
Bengali news for kids paves the way for fair education
Schools in Bangladesh have been dealing with exam fraude for years. Especially children with rich parents used to benefit from this.
Press freedom under siege- also in democracies
Press freedom and freedom of speech are rapidly declining, also in democratic countries. Time to intervene.
Albana Shala re-elected as chair of UNESCO´s IPDC
Albana Shala got re-elected as chair of UNESCO's IPDC. We asked her to reflect on the past two years and share her ambitions for the years to come.
More and more women give colour to community radio in Bangladesh
Women in Bangladesh can work as a journalist at the community radio station in their own village, thanks to an education.
Mahrukh Jabeen on being a female journalist in Pakistan
“I didn’t know when I began working with media that I would be the first woman journalist in Pakistan."
Citizen journalism as a tool to bring stories from refugees
After following a StoryMaker training, Tafan Najat from Kurdistan made her first story about the change of clothing for women inside a refugee camp.
The Noken Women of Jayapura
Ully Taliwongso decided to make a number of programs for ROCK FM focusing on the production of Noken bags by local poor women in Jayapura.
Mama Radio decreases security incidents in DR Congo
Because of the approach of Mama Radio there were no security incidents since the 12 months of their existence. This is remarkable for DR Congo.
Coaching in Syria: mixing war and wedding ceremonies
How do you train people who just come from war? Read the story of Mona, senior coach for reporters that work for our partner organisations in Syria.
An impressive job: kids in the shoes of journalists
During the Instagram Takeover, we gave kids the inspiring opportunity to be a journalist for a day and interview high level decision makers.
Mobile journalism leads to opportunities and changes in Zimbabwe
Women in the community of Matopo, an area in Zimbabwe prone to drought, poverty and hunger, started a jam making project to help earn a living.