Methodology

UNESCO Report Calls for Stronger Source Protection

The 2th November is the “International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists“. In this occasion, UNESCO has released a new study, the “World Trends In Freedom of Expression and Media Development”. The chapter “Protecting Journalism Sources in the Digital Age” is particularly interesting, because here you can find useful advices.

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Watchdogs Under Watch: Media In The Age Of Cyber Surveillance

The Center for International Media Assistance has released last April “Watchdogs Under Watch: Media in the Age of Cyber Surveillance”, by Don Podesta, CIMA’s manager and editor.

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Fighting Radicalisation and Extremism Online

Media Diversity Institute spread UNESCO’s Framework of Action against hate speech and racism online. Knowledge and critical thinking are the main weapons to combat violent extremism.

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Tips for Ukrainian reporters covering conflict and free safety manuals for journalists

A lot of journalists everyday risk their lives to report what is happening in risk areas. Fighting and wars raging across Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia, involve especially local reporters.

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Local News in a Digital Age

The Pew Research Center published a report in March 2015 analysing the way local news are consumed in three distinct metropolitan areas in the United States: Denver, Colorado; Macon, Georgia; and Sioux City, Iowa.  One of the findings of the Pew reports is that minorities — African-Americans in Macon and Hispanics in metropolitan Denver —

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