The Humanitarian Journalism project is seeking to better understand how the news media report on humanitarian crises and what shapes their coverage.

Foundation Funded Journalism


As part of the Humanitarian Journalism research project we have been investigating the significance of foundation funding for international journalism and the ethical and political issues associated with it.

 

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    If #publicmedia organisations fail to unite & advocate for public media with a stronger global voice then the @BBC as with so many other things... will disappear & we won’t realise just how good & necessary it was, until it has gone, - @sallyannpma PMA CEO
    https://www.publicmediaalliance.org/demonstrating-the-case-for-robust-and-well-funded-public-media/

    "There’s a feeling of despair, there’s a feeling that we are left alone, there’s a feeling that we have a government a state that has failed us all, the amount of destruction is unbelievable" @cityjournalism @HarbZ1 thankfully safe in #Beruit https://twitter.com/HarbZ1/status/1291480909665927176

    Zahera Harb زاهرة حرب@HarbZ1

    Also listen to my contribution to @BBCWorldBiz Report on the economic aftermath of Beirut explosion https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w172xlvrr86ftzb