The recent Black Lives Matter protests in the United States, combined with the unequal impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and other recent events, have put a spotlight on how the worst impacts of climate and environmental change almost always fall oRead more
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.
People with disabilities are at higher risk for COVID-19 infection due to the difficulty for those with some types of disabilities to socially distance and because of a higher prevalence of underlying health conditions in this population.
We stand in solidarity with those demanding justice and an end to racism in the United States and around the world. Elevating the voices of those who have been suppressed or ignored is central to our mission.
EJN-Supported Series on New Philippine Eco-City Leads Government to Address Unjust Treatment of Indigenous Group
By Morgan Hartlein Allen
This article was written by Zeze Ballah, a Health Journalism Fellow with Internews
بسبب انتشار فيروس كورونا، لن تُقام ورش عمل في بيروت خلال شهريّ حزيران/يونيو وتموز/يوليو ٢٠٢٠ كما كان مخطط لها.
Due to Covid-19 outbreak, the Skills Labs will not take place in-person in Beirut as planned in June and July 2020.
In South Sudan, being a journalist is a dangerous job. The ongoing political turmoil, the threat to press freedom and freedom of expression, coupled with limited access to information means that South Sudanese journalists face tremendous challenges.
Migration from South Kordofan Province in Sudan to Yida and Ajuong Thok and Pamir refugee camps in South Sudan is constant.