Unbiased news from Syria goes global via WhatsApp
With a Whatsapp group for journalists and activists the Syrian Journalists Association prevented East Ghouta from being completely shut down.
Paving the way for gender-sensitive reporting through taboo issues
Thanks to Mama Radio, women in Bukavu are now starting to open up to discuss topics that they were ashamed to talk about before.
Live broadcast prevents Kurdish population migration
When media is affiliated with one of the conflicting parties, how reliable is their reporting?
Mobile journalism of life-and-death importance in the DRC
Willy and Christine are driven and fearless journalists, who have been providing quality and verifiable information in DRC for many years.
How a press freedom index in Indonesia creates change
When PPMN started, they didn't expect the index to be an education and emancipation tool for press freedom in Indonesia within a year.
A professional perspective on the news in Iran
Radio Zamaneh is an example of succesful media development and acts as a source with insight in Iran for other media.
Online whistleblower platforms: protecting the source
Nowadays it becomes more and more important that whistleblowers can safely and anonymously share information with investigative reporters.
Safety training for journalists in Central America
Free Press Unlimited initiates safety trainings for journalists. Safety enhances independent quality journalism.
'Outcome harvesting' is it really that boring?
Director of Operations Ruth Kronenburg joined a meeting with Somali partners in Nairobi on the outcomes of our projects.
A journalist’s story of a long human life
JAMnews published a prize-winning report on Meskhetians. After being deported by Stalin in WWII, they returned to the place they were born.
Reporting on Cholera from Amsterdam
Sudan's government suppresses reports on a nationwide cholera epidemic. Radio Dabanga is the only medium informing its audience about the disease.
A tragedy for journalism
Kees van Baar, Human Rights Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, talks about how Sander Thoenes became the news instead of reporting it.