On October 25, Internews, with its partner the Independent Association of Broadcasters (IAB), presented the National Media Talk at the Hilton hotel in Kyiv. Internews Ukraine, DeteRead more
By Interfax-Ukraine More than 10 percent of Ukrainian residents use Russian media as a source of news, according to a survey by the international organization Internews.
As part of the launch event for Internews' new media program in Ukraine, close to 100 representatives of leading Ukrainian media organizations and media outlets took part in a “hard talk” style discussion titled #Informed_public – Responsible journalism that focused on the role of media
A series of stories commissioned by the Internews Earth Journalism Network’s (EJN) Biodiversity Media Initiative highlighted threats due to habitat loss, the illegal wildlife trade and climate change.
Being data-literate is a crucial skill for young people to be able to independently evaluate the validity and trustworthiness of a news source.
Ukrainians trust their media more in 2018 than they did in 2017, reversing a generally downward trend in trust seen in polling since 2015, according to the annual Internews Media Consumption Survey presented today at a press conference.
A video report explores the lives of the people who remain unable to return home as the “frozen conflicts” in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine fester on.
A video report explores traditions related to winemaking in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
A video report explores the plague of oligarchy in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.