Meera Selva, Director, Journalist Fellowship Programme, Reuters Institute and Jodie Ginsberg, Chief Executive, Internews EuropeRead more
Europe & Eurasia
Since 1992, Internews has been supporting creation of diverse, high-quality media that serve the public interest and promote vibrant civic dialogue across the nations of the former Soviet Union, as well as in the Balkans and Central Europe. Throughout the region, Internews provides technical support to independent TV, radio, print, and online outlets; trains career and citizen journalists in professional, ethical journalism; promotes media literacy and self-regulation in the media sector; and assists traditional media outlets to create interactive online presences. Internews supports the efforts of local media support NGOs and associations to combat censorship, misinformation, and repressive policies. These approaches provide opportunities for cross-border dialogue, bringing colleagues from polarized societies together in collaborative exchanges.
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.
Europe’s role in the illegal wildlife trade has tended to receive less exposure and attention than that of other regions, despite posing deep threats to biodiversity.
Ensuring Users Have a Voice – Human-Centered Design in the Open Source Privacy and Security Community
Many of the most popular and most critical open source security and privacy tools are maintained and updated by small tool teams with limited exposure to the specific profiles and needs of at-risk users.
On July 7, 2020, Internews hosted a regional conference “Migration in the time of COVID-19.
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.