Vulnerable and under-represented populations—in particular women, youth, and indigenous communities—often face a serious information gap when it comes to solutions-based information on how to adaptRead more
Internews has a unique successful 10-year track record in China, training hundreds of media and civil society professionals as well as judges on media, rule of law and public participation programs. Highlights include: innovation labs where more than 100 NGOs were trained in using social media for advocacy; pioneering work in environmental data journalism; and increasing the awareness of LGBT discrimination in the workplace. Our recent work has focused on innovation in storytelling by combining data journalism and the use of humor to produce narratives that are social media-friendly and can reach large audiences.
Internews implements an EC-funded Strengthening Rule of Law and Good Governance initiative to increase and diversify public discourse about marginalized populations, including people with disabilities and LGBT. As part of the effort to advance China’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Internews and 1+1 implemented the UN Foundation-funded Innovative Use of Data Storytelling & Visualization to Advance Disability Rights project from September to December 2016, which uses the SDGs as a backdrop to train traditional and new media practitioners to create data-driven content and stories that promote PwD rights.
(Congratulations to Earth Journalism student Nina Zou and her classmate at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Rachel Hiles, on
Journalists in China and Indonesia participated in separate events earlier this month both aimed at improving local media coverage of ocean and fisheries issues.
Willie Schubert discusses Third Pole: a group of environmental journalists based in Asia and covering the region's water crisis.
The rapid pace of development leading up to the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)is creating opportunities for journalists to find innovative and important environmental, business, investment, health and culture stories.
Collectively, the nations of the world catch around 90 million metric tons of wild fish and shellfish from the oceans every year, with China as the world’s largest producer and consumer of seafood.
In an effort to highlight the on-the-ground impacts of Sino-African relations, Internews affiliate the International Center for Communications Development (ICCD) and Yi De Vision brought six leading Chinese journalists to Kenya for a ten-day field visit.
Liu Lican is the Co-founder and Programs Director in the Greenovation Hub, a Chinese grassroots NGO focusing on environmental protection and innovation.
In early September 2012, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) brought eight Chinese journalists to the Seafood Summit in Hong Kong, where they received training from journalists and seafood experts, embarked on a
With overfishing a major problem around the world, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in recent months has carried out a series of activities in both Asia and Europe to work with journalists on improving their coverage of sustainable fisheries issues and ocean health.
Tough questions and stone-faced rebuttals from authorities don’t deter Wang Jing, a young journalist at China’s New Century magazine. "I feel I am a representative of the public,” said Jing, explaining her recent persistent enquiries of Thai officials.