Investigative journalism Morocco: atrocities brought to light
Unbiased investigative journalists in Morocco have filled a gap and now keep those in power on edge by addressing atrocities using solid evidence.
Truth Booth: Afghans tell their own truth
How do Afghans see their future? The Truth Booth reveals what is important to the Afghan people and what they think is happening in their country.
StoryMaker: Make your story great
StoryMaker is an open source mobile application that enables (citizen) journalists to create and securely share stories on their telephones.
Radio Eastern Congo: information is emergency aid
When you live in the middle of extreme violence and war like in Eastern Congo, reliable information can save your life.
Radio Dabanga: Radio for Life
Radio Dabanga is a radio station in exile for Sudan, for many the only reliable source for information on safety, health, food and politics.
Radio in Burundi: young people speak up
Free Press Unlimited trains local radio producers to create educational and participative programmes, that are tailored to children and young people.
Young people in Colombia stand up for their rights
Free Press Unlimited helps children and young people in Colombia to claim their place in the media, so that their rights are not forgotten.
Community media Bangladesh: News in far-off corners
In Bangladesh inhabitants have trouble reading and writing. But small local radio stations do manage to reach listeners in far-off corners.
Internet Protection Lab: a free and open internet for everybody
Even though more and more people worldwide have access to the Internet, there are just as many people working on online control and censorship.
Reporters Respond: emergency funding for the media
This emergency fund is meant to help journalists who have been confronted with vandalism or intimidation get started again as soon as possible.