A data-driven article investigating the issue of Kyrgyzstan’s dependence on remittances from migrant workers is dubbed “one of the most influential stories in the Russian language in 2018” by the International Journalists’ NetworkRead more
In the summer of 2017, four graduate students from American University (AU) worked on a pro bono “Capstone” research project that was coordinated with Internews.
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In Puerto Rico, National Geographic Photo Camp will partner with Internews to bring together 20 aspiring photojournalists – college-age and recent graduates – for a week-long intensive photojournalism training, beginning October 21.
Investigative Journalism Training Boosts the Capacity of Central American Journalists to Expose Corruption and Highlight Social Issues
More than 90 journalists in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras were trained in investigative and data journalism, as well as physical and digital security, through a program conducted by Internews in the region.
Seventy-one media graduates attended a six-week practical training in Radio Journalism provided by Internews and hosted at the University of Dar es Salaam’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Saint Augustine University in Mwanza, and the Zanzibar Journalism and Mass Media College.
In Tanzania, Internews provides senior women journalists with the knowledge and skills to help advance their careers in media, including easy ways to capture video and audio without expensive equipment.