IPDC Project beneficiary type: Other

This project seeks training support for the Bhutanese media to be more sustainable. In order to achieve a more holistic result, the project includes two training components addressed to journalists: one is developing skills on reporting rural issues in order to attract wider circulation in rural area, and subsequently to attract increased government advertising revenue. The other one is reporting economic, financial and business issues. Better business reporting is expected to attract specific urban audiences and subsequently increase advertising revenue. On the other hand, the media...

The proposal plans to work with 120 representatives. In La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, each workshop will involve:

1) 5 public authorities and social actors.

2) 5 mass media journalists and trade unions’ representatives.

3) 10 students and professors from public and private universities.

In each case, men will represent the 50% of beneficiaries and women the other 50%.

The development objective of this project is linked to Indicator 1.2 (on the right to information) and Category 4 (Professional capacity building) of the UNESCO/IPDC Media Development Indicators (MDIs). The project intends to build the capacities of local media in the use of Law 1712 of 2014 on Transparency and Access to information as a tool for enabling them to carry out stronger and better informed investigations.
 
Build awareness and capacity among 45 journalists on the use of the Law on Transparency and Access to Information in Colombia (Law 1712, 2014) through three one...

CEPPAS proposes to train women journalists on the use of ICTs for investigative journalism. The project targets Verapaces, North East and Petén; Western; South East, Central and Metropolitan Regions which suffer a profound digital divide and where women have little say in the community media, in which they work. The proposal is based on three pillars: gender equality; community media; technology and innovation with emphasis on FOSS.

Three workshops of three days each will involve women-journalists. CEPPAS will also hold a Forum on Women and Journalism involving media and advocacy...

The objectives of this project are:

A. To contribute in the creation of tools for updating and training members of the judiciary in the thematic project.

B. To promote the application of international human rights law and international standards on freedom of expression and access to public information by the judiciary.

C. To improve the justice system's response to threats to freedom of expression and the right of access to public information.

D. To contribute to the creation of conditions that will strengthen the justice system as a guarantor of freedom of...

 In this project CFOM will interview news editors/senior journalists of news organisations (see C Additional Information below) in six countries where press freedom is constrained and where editors could therefore be expected to have a greater interest in combating threats to journalists and ensuring safe reporting than in countries where the press is relatively free and journalists generally operate in a safe environment. These countries are Pakistan, Mexico, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Turkey, India and Bulgaria. The interviews will focus on editors/senior journalists’ news...

The proposed project, Gender and Diversity Media Policy Toolkit, will promote the success stories in diversity and inclusion media management and guide media organisations across continents to implement tried and tested tools for successful gender equality policies in media.

The Press Union of Liberia proposes that this project should benefit 25 journalists working with Community Radio stations in 5 counties in the rural parts of Liberia. The stations will themselves receive equipment that will strengthen their capacity to cover Ebola and other health challenges

Since the 90s, the political situation in Côte d'Ivoire has been particularly unsettled. And unfortunately, with each crisis, journalists have always been singled out as targets. Underlying these assaults on Ivorian journalists' and media professionals' physical and moral integrity is the widely held view that journalists do not always exercise their profession in a professional manner. According to a number of observers, this is due to a lack of knowledge, on the part of journalists, of the rules of their profession and the legislative and regulatory frameworks governing the media and...

The Press Union of Liberia proposes that this project should benefit 25 journalists working with Community Radio stations in 5 counties in the rural parts of Liberia. The stations will themselves receive equipment that will strengthen their capacity to cover Ebola and other health challenges

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