On Wednesday, 23 September 2020 (@11:00amÂ inÂ Bogota; 1:00pm in Sao Paulo; 12:00pm in Washington)
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PAHO/WHO and the Caribbean Development Bank, in association with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union and Internews, invites journalists and communicators to participate in the third of a series of fou
Internewsâ Earth Journalism Networkand From the Source areÂ hosting a freeÂ virtual discussionÂ for journalists on Frid
Irene Scott, Internews Global Project Director, is presenting in a webinar called "Listening to community feedback: a discussion on how to better close the loop and inform action," hosted by the Wo
In conversation with Karen Rebelo of BOOM Live, Surabhi Malik of Internews and Shalini Joshi of Meedan. The past 16 months have been relentless for journalists and fact-checkers in India.
So far, Africa has been less affected by COVID-19 than other parts of the world, with a lower number of cases and deaths than Europe and the US.
Rowan Reid, Internews Program Manager, spoke at this webinar launching a report on hate speech.
How the coronavirus travels through the air has become one of the most divisive debates in the COVID-19 pandemic.