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.
Safe haven from the trolls: A network for Pakistani women journalists
Many journalists in Pakistan face online harassment and in the case of women, the abuse they get is often sexual in nature.
Gender-based violence against female journalists: A ‘double attack’
Each year, journalists face threats and are even killed for reporting the news. Female journalists face an extra risk: that of being a woman.
Post-ISIS Iraq through the lens of Ahmed Najm
‘ISIS might appear defeated and elections have taken place, but peace has not yet arrived in Iraq.’
‘Something is wrong in Europe’: Free press under fire
Three European journalists on why they are concerned about the deterioration of press freedom in their continent.
The murder of Ján Kuciak and freedom of the press in Slovakia
This story reflects on the murder of Ján Kuciak, a Slovakian investigative journalist.
Daphne Caruana Galizia: Malta’s ‘one-woman WikiLeaks’
One year after Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered for her work, justice is still elusive.
Mali youth listen to the news in rap
Female journalist Togola Hawa Séméga wants to bring objective news to the young people of Mali and to unite them. She does this with a creative mix...
Changing female presence in the Nepali media
How one woman can make a difference for female journalists in Nepal.