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Some hazards in the environment can directly affect health – air pollution can cause respiratory disease, lead paint in houses can affect a child’s development, and pesticide exposure is attributed to higher rates of birth defects, developmental delays, leukemia, and brain cancer among farm worke
More than 500 people, including speakers and participants from nine different countries, came together at the end of April in the Kyrgyz Republic to participate in the second Media Toptoo Industrial Forum, an event focused on market trends in the media sphere.
Adriana Balcazar is a Program Associate at Internews, where she works with tool developers, design experts, and digital security trainers to create feedback loops in which at-risk users can more effectively get what they need from their digital security tools.
In North Macedonia, a Documentary Increases Public Discourse on Issues Facing the Transgender Community
A 10-minute documentary produced by Foundation IDEA Southeast Europe profiled the first transgender person (Person X) to win a case in the European Court for Human Rights in Strasbourg against North Macedonia.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network has just launched two new opportunities for journalists to deepen their environment-related reporting experience.
12 June, 2019: Resource Watch webinar @11am ICT.