Indonesian investigative journalism exposes exploitation
With her investigative stories, Tempo lays a crucial foundation for professional, critical and independent journalism in Indonesia.
Online safety for female journalists in Pakistan
The Digital Rights Foundation stands up for the safety of journalists in Pakistan; and strives to create a safe space for women online.
Veilig informatie lekken in Nigeria
Na de invoering van online klokkenluidersplatformen in Nederland en Indonesië introduceert Free Press Unlimited ook Leaks.ng in Nigeria.
Investigative journalism training in Pakistan
This project by Free Press Unlimited and Pakistan Press Foundation trains Pakistani journalists in investigative journalism.
PakVoices stimulates and supports citizen journalism in Pakistan
With PakVoices, Free Press Unlimited and Bytes for All want to create more transparency and accountability in remote regions of Pakistan
Metrography: storytelling through photography
How Free Press Unlimited and Metrography work together to achieve a thriving, sustainable and independent photo agency in Iraq.
Kirkuk Now: Independent media in Iraq's disputed territories
Kirkuk Now, the first independent agency providing people in disputed territories of North Iraq with local, reliable, objective information.
More equality for women in the media
The media in DRC portray women as a mother, victim of violence or housewife. This project wants to bring more equality between women and men.
NetAidKit: first aid for a safe internet
This small device makes it easier for journalists to safely circumvent online censorship and protect themselves from surveillance.
Female journalists make a stand for neglected groups in Indonesia
Women from different parts of Indonesia took part in the Citradaya Nita programme in 2015 to improve their skills as journalists.
Editors improve safety of journalists in Pakistan
Editors in Pakistan unite. With the aim of getting the media industry as a whole to work together to counteract attacks on individual journalists.
A ray of hope in the pitch-dark Syria scenario
Syrian journalists find common ground in new ethical rules. In 2015, 20 Syrian media organisations signed the Ethical Charter for Syrian Media.