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In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), presidential elections have been postponed since 2015, leading to political violence and the resurgence of local identity-based conflicts in the Kasai area, in Tanganyika, in Haut Katanga, Ituri, South and North Kivu.
Daniel Bruce, Internews Chief Executive in Europe, and Carolyn Powers, Internews Program Officer for Global Initiatives, participated in the 2018 Community Media Association Conference in the UK on September 15.
Ukrainians trust their media more in 2018 than they did in 2017, reversing a generally downward trend in trust seen in polling since 2015, according to the annual Internews Media Consumption Survey presented today at a press conference.
Thailand has the second highest road traffic fatality rate in the world at 36.2 per 100,000, according to the World Health Organization, with an annual estimate of over 24,000 deaths – about 66 deaths every day.
August 25 marks one year since Rohingya refugees fled violence in Rakhine state in Myanmar to Bangladesh. One year later, Rohingya refugees live in various camps in Bangladesh. What has changed in terms of communication and accountability within this year?
Why does Climate Change reporting matter for Pacific Island journalists?
Climate change can be a challenging story to tell because of its complexity.