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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    • Why did Epstein fund non-profit media?

      Why did Epstein fund non-profit media?

      Journalists working for non-profits tend to only think about ethics in terms of preventing donors from influencing their content and don't consider the circumstances in which they might cut ties with a donor.Read More »
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    The Resource Centre on #MediaFreedom in Europe interviewed our director, @mariusdrag for a special dossier on #mediacapture. @ECPMF
    https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2020-01-16/media-capture-toolkit-21st-century-autocrats

    Interested in political economy of communication & journalism? Journalism, Media and Democracy Center at AUT, NZ, runs an international conference in Sept 2020. We have great keynote speakers including @VWPickard @media_republik. Put your abstracts in: https://www.polecom.org/index.php/polecom/article/view/108/318

    Thank you @DrApurbaKundu. The Stories of Kalingalinga exhibition is open until the 13th February. @NACZedArts @newsprof1 @CASCambridge #Zambia #photography #visualselfgovernance #Africa #art #africanvoices https://twitter.com/DrApurbaKundu/status/1218174130517880832

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    Feel a bit less cold and grey after visiting ‘Stories of Kalingalinga’ at the Ruskin Gallery @AngliaRuskin in #Cambridge. Kudos to @ARUCreative colleague @fotokerstin and fellow photographers for their evocative work. 4