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Read about EJN's recent activities below.
Reporting opportunities abound this year at the Earth Journalism Network (EJN), with several grants currently open for application and a series of upcoming media workshops and Fellowships on offer.
Starting in 2007, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) began bringing groups of journalists from around the world to cover the annual United Nations climate summit through our Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP).
By Mike Shanahan
Internews’ partners work in countries around the world in which state and non-state actors are employing new technologies to surveil, censor, and suppress free speech and access to information online. On October 24, partners of the Global Technology Program came together in Washington, D.C.
Coffee, wildlife and data were all topics of workshops or convenings EJN hosted over the past month.
Climate change is not just an environmental issue, but also an economic and social justice one, making it fertile ground in which investigative journalism can flourish.
The risk-bearing nature of journalists’ work continues to be laid bare for all to see. The world witnessed the brazen murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul last October, and still we decry the prolonged imprisonment of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo in Myanmar, writes Daniel Bruce, chief executive in Europe for Internews.