Health journalism has not been a priority for the media in Sudan partly because most news organizations do not recruit specialized health journalists, and partly because they do not provide traininRead more
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Internews' Chief of Party for USAID's Media Program in Ukraine Gillian McCormack has been invited to speak at the All-Ukrainian Forum "Coronavirus: Challenges and Responses," a conference on the im
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative effect on journalists’ health, working conditions and freedom to report. Now more than ever, media freedom needs to be upheld
Internews submitted written evidence, focusing on vaccine hesitancy and on the vital role local journalists play in vaccine uptake, to ensure that the COVID-19 vaccine is successful an