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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    Global international assistance to media is less than 0.3% of total ODA. #COVID19 shows why increased commitment and long-term investment in media as part of international development funding is needed. @Poynter @Rieneke4D #mediadev #ODA
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    Media decline is damaging deeply divided societies - can we 'build back better' after Covid 19?

    Today we publish material from our international media conference drawing lessons on this question, including from Northern Ireland where the event took place: http://bit.ly/SCIMedia

    FFS. Tom Meighan from Kasabian assaulted his girlfriend in a "sustained attack", dragged her back into the house by her ankles and a terrified kid dialled 999 - and he gets community service. What sort of message does that send out about domestic abuse and women's safety?