Reporting Hate Speech & Violence in the Caribbean

An action plan for media practitioners, managers and owners from across the region.

The State of Humanitarian Journalism (Report)

How does the media cover humanitarian issues, if it does at all? This special report by the Humanitarian Journalism project presents findings from a four year, global research project into the state of humanitarian journalism.

Featured Event | Invisible Children: Children’s Media, Diversity and Forced Migration

How do you show diversity in children’s content, and how can we find ways of making content that has something engaging and entertaining to say about being an informed citizen?

Event | Battered But Not Broken – Why We Need Public Media in the Digital Age

Join us in Budapest on 1 March for an open lecture on the continuing need for strong, independent public media in the digital age.

CfP | VIEW Journal

This Call for Papers seeks submissions that reexamine PSB and its survival in light of recent technological change and economic developments.

Children’s Screen Content in an Era of Forced Migration

How can broadcasters face challenges and opportunities that arise when reflecting migration through children’s content in Europe?

Call for Papers: Media, War & Conflict

Ahead of the 10th anniversary Media, War & Conflict conference in Florence in May, organisers have issued a call for papers on the "spaces of war and war of spaces". 

Exploring good PSM provision for young children in a diversified Europe

With a growth in forced migration to Europe, a new series of events will explore whether European PSBs can fulfil the media needs of newly arrived children.

SABC

SABA 2017 & SABC Annual Report

The publication of the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) 2017 Annual Report reveals few surprises to those attending last week’s Southern Africa Broadcasting Association (SABA) conference in Windhoek.

Newsrewired roundup

Our roundup of some of the key discussions at NewsRewired 2017, a conference on digital journalism.