The Hollywood Foreign Press Association in partnership with the 'Los Angeles Times' are hosting a week-long series called LA Press Freedom Week, consisting of talks focused on press freedom and measures needed to defend it.Read more
In humanitarian crises, people affected by the unfolding events need more than physical necessities: they urgently need information. Since the 2004 tsunami in South East Asia, Internews has played a pioneering role in the field of humanitarian communications, working closely with local media and aid agencies to ensure that people affected by disaster have access to timely, reliable information in languages they understand. Internews Humanitarian Information Services (HIS) establish two-way communication channels between local media, aid providers and local people. These feedback loops provide valuable data that reflects the information environment during crisis and response, identifies rumors and misinformation, and provides humanitarians with real time information about gaps and shortcomings in the response.
The European Union is helping countries in Central Asia take measures to effectively counter radicalisation and promote peace and stability. The aim is to increase societal resilience and empower people to spot and react to disinformation.
By connecting the dots in local information ecosystems in humanitarian contexts, the Internews Rumour Tracking Methodology shows
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
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 Lego Ti la Ouaka in Bambari, CAR
Reporter Mike Thomson covers the innovative radio approach that gets information to displaced people in South Sudan’s biggest camp
The webinar offers practitioners an opportunity to learn from the reflections and good practices presented, as well as to contribute to the further refinement of the recommendations made during the
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