“One morning in late September, as an orange lozenge of a sun rose from behind the mountains, Indian pilgrims chanted prayers to Shiva on the shores of Lake Mansarovar.”
Freelance journalist Karthikeyan Hemalatha has been covering the environment for eight years.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is offering several opportunities for reporters to receive funding and support in the coming months through story grants
Davos, Switzerland – January 23rd, 2019 – Globally, only 24% of people heard, seen or read about in newspaper, television and radio news are women and only 19% of experts sourced in news stories are women (according to the Global Media Monitoring Project, 2015 Global Report).
More than 2,000 people lost their lives in the tsunami that struck Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island in late September.
Two journalists who were Fellows in Internews’ Media-K data journalism project in Kyrgyzstan wrote an investigative article about the large number of Kyrgyz citizens who leave the country to work abroad and send back their earnings to their family members still in Kyrgyzstan.