With support from MEDIA-M partners Internews, Freedom House, and the Independent Journalism Center, a young Moldovan media organization brings a new voice and innovative reporting techniques to expose disinformation and government mismanagement.Read more
In 2017 Internews began a new project in the Republic of Moldova called “Media Enabling Democracy, Inclusion and Accountability in Moldova” (MEDIA-M), funded by USAID for a period of five years. More information>>
Moldova is sometimes described as “two Moldovas” because of the split in support for leaders who look towards Russia and those who favor Europe.
For the first time in Moldova, the three existing media literacy textbooks in the country for all school levels, as well as a textbook for practical exercises, have been edited and printed in Braille.
Internews’ #InformationSavesLives campaign provides updates from journalists around the world on how they’re coping with coronavirus coverage and maintaining their operations.
“For Halloween, scare a corrupt official. Subscribe him/her to Ziarul de Garda!”
“For Black Friday, subscribe to Ziarul de Garda for the price of a cup of coffee!”
Being data-literate is a crucial skill for young people to be able to independently evaluate the validity and trustworthiness of a news source.
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.