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Middle East & North Africa
Internews provides training for media professionals to strengthen democracy and freedom of expression and to provide an opportunity for journalists within the region to become proficient. Capacity building activities include specialized reporting and advocacy training to strengthen local voices, digital security support and short- and long-term mentoring for both journalists and human rights activists.
Arab Data Journalists Hold a Conference to Announce the Results of the "Data Journalism in the Arab World" Survey
The survey included 50 journalists from Arab countries.
GSMA Disaster Response and Souktel have unveiled an ambitious new guide: “Building Effective Partnerships In Complex Environments.”
20 leading data journalists from 10 countries from the Arab region, Europe and USA gathered in Beirut to discuss data journalism.
In the Loop explores the concerns and perceptions of people affected by the EU refugee crisis. Internews documents online and offline feedback gathered from refugees and migrants on a daily basis.
Please note: Current, future and past issues of News That Moves - Mediterranean Rumor Tracker can now be accessed in English, Arabic, Farsi and Greek on the News That Moves website.
Fifteen journalists from around the world reported from the United Nations climate negotiations (COP22) in Marrakech, Morocco as part of the Earth Journalism Network’s long-standi
Last December during the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP), 195 countries came together to adopt The Paris Agreement, the first universal climate agreement meant to tackle climate change.
Internews and Souktel launch a new digital media hub that lets Palestinian citizens, civil society organizations, and independent journalists post and share resources publicly.
Julia Pitner, Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, participates in a radio talk show discussion.