Journalist Iván Carrillo Pérez's article on the rapid disappearance of the iconic Axolotl salamander has won an award.Read more
Ten journalists from around the world reported on the 13th Conference of the Parties (COP13) to the UN Convention of Biological Diversity through the Internews Earth Journalism Network’s (EJN) latest Fellowship program.
Nick Sera-Leyva, Internews Human Rights and Training Programs Manager for ICT Programs, is representing Internews at the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) World Conference in Mexico City this we
Collaborative Reporting Project Nominated for Daniel Pearl International Investigative Reporting Award
The Mafia’s Shadow in the Americas, a cross-border investigation on the impact of organized criminal gang activity on human rights in Latin America, was recently
Investigative reporters from online media outlets in Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico are collaborating on a regional multimedia investigation into the human rights fallout of organized crime in Latin America
Through a series of workshops and trainings, the Fellows had opportunities to collaborate with each other, while developing sources and story ideas.
“This is my first front-page story on climate in a year,” said Margot Roosevelt, one of this year’s Earth Journalism Fellows –10 journalists from the United States who joined 31 CCMP Fellows from the develo
Ten US journalists from various geographic markets in the United States have been selected as this year’s Internews Earth Journalism Network Fellows to attend COP16, the United Nations Climate Change Summit held in Cancun from Nov. 29 to Dec. 10, 2010.
The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) has awarded 35 journalists from across the developing world with fellowships to Mexico to provide vital coverage of the annual Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at the end of the month.