On October 25, Internews, with its partner the Independent Association of Broadcasters (IAB), presented the National Media Talk at the Hilton hotel in Kyiv. Internews Ukraine, DeteRead more
Just a few months ago, Hromadske.tv was a fledgling Ukrainian online TV channel broadcasting to a fairly small audience of people with high-speed Internet connections and the will to actively seek out objective news, amid an environment increasingly hostile to independent viewpoints.
Statement Condemning Attacks Against Journalists and Murder of Journalist Vyacheslav Veremyi During Renewed Euromaidan Conflict
Internews condemns recent attacks directed at journalists attempting to report on recent conflicts during the Euromaidan protest movement in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Violence against journalists in Ukraine continues to escalate as protests against the current government spread from the streets of Kiev to cities around the country.
Twelve pedagogical colleges across Ukraine will soon launch a media literacy course for secondary school teachers-in-training, thanks to a new media literacy curriculum developed with support from the U-Media project, which is supported by Internews.
Last year, an investigative report revealed that contractors close to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych were paid for renovations that were never completed on hundreds of schools, orphanages, hospitals and elder care houses.
Just under 10% of members of Ukraine’s Parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, are women. (According to the International Parliamentary Union, the current global average is 20.4%.
ElectUA (ElectUA.org), a Ukrainian state-of-the-art civil society tool to monitor election infringements, has executed a wide monitoring of the violations at the Ukrainian parliamentary elections, both before and during the vote.
The crowdsourced election monitoring platform ElectUA.org, a project of Internews Ukraine, is using an unconventional marketing approach to encourage Ukrainians, especially young people, to vote in the country’s upcoming Parliamentary elections and to report p
Transparency is hard to come by in the bureaucratic process of land rights in Ukraine. Deriban.net, a crowdsourced web site, was launched to give individuals, journalists, and legal advocates a way to track and report violations of land rights and usage.