Photojournalism students from Bangladesh, Nepal and Norway attended a digital “Sunday Session” this week to mark the start of this years’ collaborative Storytelling program between the three countries.
15 Nepalese visual storytellers have been documenting how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected life in their country in “NEPAL 2020 The Year in Pictures – works by 15 photo.circle grantees”.
The Department of Journalism and Communication, Makerere University in Uganda, in cooperation with Journalism & Media International Center organized a four day webinar on safety and security of journalists from 7 – 10 December.
More than 20 students and journalists participated in the webinar on the safety of journalists during the COVID-19 pandemic, organised by JMIC at OsloMet University and Department of Communication and Digital Media (DCDM) at An-Najah National University in Palestine on Tuesday 8th December 2020.
The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) strongly condemns the brutal shooting of IAWRT member Malalai Maiwand and her driver in Afghanistan.
Section for Human Rights, Democracy and Gender Equality in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has given JMIC (Journalism & Media International Center) a new grant of NOK 5 million to continue the work to strengthen institutions for freedom of expression and democracy in countries in the south.
Bangladeshi photojournalist Shahidul Alam receives the annual award of Committee to Protect Journalists 19 November.
Journalist safety expert Abeer Saady stressed the importance of ensuring both physical and psychological health of media workers covering the pandemic in a webinar hosted by the Philippine chapter of the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) 27 October.
2 November is the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against journalists. Today starts the sixth conference about safety for journalists organized by the research group MEKK (Media, War andConflict) at OsloMet