As the coronavirus pandemic hit, it became the one story every journalist had to cover.Read more
Women’s voices are rarely included in the news
In Tanzania, women as expert sources of information and opinions are still routinely passed over for men, partly because media outlets have no contact lists of women sources, and journalists are not required by their media houses to ensure
Internews and Ethical Journalism Network launch “Ethics in Practice” Joint Series on the Ethics of Covering the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and Internews Europe today announce the launch of a joint series of articles, seeking to highlight the ethics of reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Swahili-language fact-checking page NuktaFakti dispels rumors and publishes stories, infographics, and tips on how to protect against COVID-19.
In June, Internews President and CEO Jeanne Bourgault submitted testimony to US Senate Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Committee on Appropriations focused on the urgency of access to timely, relevant trusted information amid the global pandemic 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.
By Megan DeBlois, Internews Information Security Adviser and Lead Technologist, Global Technology