Challenging the stereotypes of female journalists
A Forum on ‘Women in Independent Syrian media’ highlighted the role being taken by women in the media in the current Syrian context.
Videos smashing gender stereotypes go viral in Mali
Online media outlet Sahelien.com published video profiles on women in jobs traditionally dominated by men. The videos went viral, raising awareness...
“By working together, we are stronger together”
Together with five media organisations, the Russian Language News Exchange created The (Un)Recognized, a multimedia story on life in the Russian...
Melanio Escobar: Press freedom in Venezuela in ‘a downward spiral’
Melanio Escobar helps Venezuelan reporters protect themselves with technology. ‘There will be more madness against journalists,’ he tells Free...
How our partners help women in media reach the top
Here are three ways in which our partners are helping women in media get into leadership positions.
Nicaragua: psychological support for Confidencial's journalists
In Nicaragua, Free Press Unlimited helped Confidencial build a psychological support system for its journalists who faced threats, harassment and...
'Adaptability is in our DNA': how our partners make independent journalism pay
All over the world, media are asking themselves how to make independent journalism financially sustainable. We talked to three of our partners...
Arta FM: independent reporting in Northern Syria
In the Kurdish part of Northern Syria radio station Arta FM works for more peace and quiet in the region through its independent reporting.
Covering Sudanese protests from the heart of Amsterdam
The editorial staff of Radio Dabanga, the only independent media in Sudan, has been working overtime since the start of protests in December.
How a community radio station in CAR contributes to peace
Radio ESCA uses its location to foster reconciliation in Central African Republic.
Radio Tamazuj: ‘Part of the solution’
The editor in chief talks about the impact of Radio Tamazuj and the personal sacrifices that were made in order to report independent news from...
Journalist Jones Abiri: tortured and two years in detention
The Nigerian journalist Jones Abiri was imprisoned for two years under gruesome circumstances, and was assisted by Reporters Respond.