Reporting on Climate Change from a Solutions Lens Climate change may be a hot topic at the moment, but it’s also one that leaves audiences prone to burnout.Read more
Internews’ Asia portfolio consists of diverse initiatives broadening access to information and freedom of expression, often set against a backdrop of profound political and social transition. Our work supports democratic reform, locally relevant, locally owned information resources, and collaboration between media, civil society, and tech. Many of our projects also aim to engage ethnic and religious minorities, women, and young people, increasing opportunities to develop and publish content, whether it is developing compelling, data-driven news stories or counteracting hate speech on social media. Increasingly, health and humanitarian information services, localized digital safety tools and trainings, and pioneering Information Ecosystem Assessments are also core capabilities within the Asia portfolio. Finally, we are making an intentional effort to foster inclusion in Asia, with a focus on empowering women and girls, and amplifying their voices to advocate for fairer societies.
Viewers get a glimpse into the life and struggles of the marginalised people living in Ukhiya through the diverse captures displayed by the participants
A total 67 photographs were on display at the exhibition, titled Building Peace : Youth in Cox’s Bazar Explore Diversity.” The photos expressed the stories and reality of the Rohingya and those who are hosting them
Reporting on Climate Change from a Solutions Lens
Climate change may be a hot topic at the moment, but it’s also one that leaves audiences prone to burnout.
Indian journalists gathered at the mouth of the Ganges River in West Bengal, India last month to learn about the effects of sea level rise, at a workshop organized by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN).
Since 2017, more than 740,000 Rohingya, a Muslim minority ethnic group in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, have fled to Bangladesh because of extreme violence in their home communities.
BBC reporter Mike Thomson visits Radio Roshani in Kunduz, Afghanistan to talk to the station manager about the challenges she faces
Evaluation reports: community engagement, accountability and information needs within the Rohingya response
An Information Needs Assessment finds that there is a dramatic increase in the number of refugees who say they now have enough information to make decisions about their daily lives
EJN Increases Support for Ocean, Wildlife and Climate Change Reporting Ahead of its 15th Anniversary
Workshop and Story Grants Support Mexican, Central American Journalists in Reporting on the Mesoamerican Reef
Given the importance of the Mesoamerican Reef system, EJN collaborated with our local partner, the Mexican Network of Environmental Journalists (REMPA), to host a reporting work
Although global attention on the impacts of climate change on the Pacific region still lags, two of the organizations being supported by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) to enhance climate change reporting in the region have been stepping up.