Investigative journalism

Worldwide celebration of access to information

From Oslo: JMIC Director Elisabeth Eide greets the participants at the workshop in Nairobi 25 September om skype

The Access to Information Day is being celebrated all over the world this week

28 September has been the International Day for Universal Access to Information” (IDUAI)  for the last four years.


29 students attended news workshop in Palestine

Amani Abdulrahman (left) discussing her work with fellow students and workshop participants, Masa Faleh and Reem Marie (right). (Photo Mathias Falch)

This week JMIC arranged a workshop on news journalism in Nablus in co-operation with An-Najah National University.

Journalist security

Summer with safety training

Marte Hoiby about threats and dangers (Photo: Lada Price)

JMIC staff Marte Hoiby held a journalist safety workshop at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK this summer. 

Gender Press freedom

Women win press freedom awards

Three women journalists from Saudi Arabia, Vietnam and Malta are the recipients of the Press Freedom Awards of Reporters without borders.

Abeer Saady,  representing JMIC and International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT), reports from the awards ceremony in Berlin



Indigenous learning experiences

Kristin Orgeret and Roy Krøvel opened the seminar

A Seminar on “Experiences of decolonization of higher education” was held at OsloMet last week.

Investigative journalism

How to access information for Nepali investigative stories 

Photo CIJ Nepal

11 journalists were gathered in Kathmandu for three days this week to learn how to investigate stories by Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) – Nepal. For ten months they will work with in-depth investigative stories, hopefully to be published next summer.

Photo journalism

Images from China in Oslo

From the opening in Oslo (Photo: Ellen Lande Gossner)

Ten of the projects from the photo exhibition “Golden Pig” is exhibited in Oslo for the first time.