As information access spreads across the world, the divide between information “haves” and “have nots” is growing, with the “have nots” being left further and further behind. Discrimination against ethnic and religious minorities, LGBT populations, the disabled and people in extreme poverty keeps these populations from accessing the information they need. The spread of closed societies and violent extremism also brings digital and physical security threats against people for what they say and the information they consume. Internews works to prioritize the needs of the most information vulnerable to reduce the digital divide and support the inclusion of moderate voices in the countries where we work.
Bangladeshi and Rohingya youth were trained on visual storytelling at the five-day camp
The hackathon focused on social media, especially Facebook with emphasis on effective Facebook management, moderation, using Facebook for professional journalism and how to build and increase Facebook audience.
National Geographic Photo Camp Exhibition at the Kennedy Center Displays Images of Resilience and Hope Taken by At-Risk and Refugee Youth
Young storytellers use photography to share their migration experiences
Te invitamos a compartir la magia del talento de 20 estudiantes virtuosos del lente que formaron parte del primer National Geographic Photo Camp que se celebra en Puerto Rico.
In Puerto Rico, National Geographic Photo Camp will partner with Internews to bring together 20 aspiring photojournalists – college-age and recent graduates – for a week-long intensive photojournalism training, beginning October 21.
Young photographers from across Myanmar participate in a photo camp in Mandalay
First ever National Geographic Photo Camp in Myanmar Exhibition happening at American Center, Yangon
Internews helped organize a 5-day photo camp for young people in Mandalay
The youth of today are tomorrow’s leaders. Internews works around the world to help young people express their opinions and participate in their communities.