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February 9, 2019

Greetings from our busy and far-flung team of media developers. Please feel free to contact us individually if you have a specific media development project we might work on with you. At the beginning of 2019,  here is a snapshot of some of the work IMDA members have been doing individually and in teams:

AFRICA

  • In Somalil...

October 16, 2018

A welcome shift towards business accountability among media development partners

An encouraging trend is that professionals working on the business side of media development are reporting a recent upturn in the number of organizations focusing on the need to enhance business skills among partner news organizations. A tough r...

June 20, 2018

Just three days before the May 3rd World Press Freedom Day celebrations, ten Afghan journalists were killed. Their deaths highlighted not only the critical role local journalists play in newsgathering but also the incredible dangers they often face in their own countries. While UNESCO and others have highlighted the issue o...

March 22, 2018

As we ushered in 2018, anti-government protests spread across provincial cities in Iran and protests by women against the compulsory wearing of the Hijab picked up pace. Both were driven in part by social media photos and videos from citizens and coverage of the events by external independent Persian-language media. While I...

October 23, 2017

IMDA Newsletter – Fall 2017

Welcome to the latest newsletter from the International Media Development Advisers (IMDA), the final quarterly roundup of our partners’ activities in 2017.

Pressures on free media worldwide have become increasingly acute, with independent journalism under attack from populist authoritarians of the...

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