BBC Young Reporter India.

Collaborative media literacy programme takes off in India

BBC Young Reporter India taught more than 8,000 school students about critical thinking, fact-checking and digital safety, to improve media literacy.

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Rana Ayyub and press freedom in India

The journalist Rana Ayyub, was stopped from flying from Delhi to London where she was to speak on the intimidation Indian journalists face.

The importance of ethics when reporting on conflict

"A regional outline of the issues and key challenges” – keynote address by Dhruba Hari Adhikary on how ethics and conflict reporting interact.

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Code of Conduct: “Truly distinct” and “absolutely necessary”

The newly-launched Code of Conduct was heralded as a “truly distinct” piece of work and "absolutely necessary" for public trust in media.

Code of Conduct: Improving conflict sensitive reporting & journalist safety in South Asia 

Our Code of Conduct to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia is available now.

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Event: Launch of Code of Conduct for conflict sensitive reporting in South Asia

Join us for the launch of our Code of Conduct to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia.

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Project update: South Asia conflict sensitive reporting project nears completion

Our South Asia conflict reporting and journalist safety project is nearly complete, with a code of conduct set to launch in the coming weeks.

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Focus on PSM | India

As a new manpower audit seeks to transform public broadcasting in India, we take a closer look at some of the recent challenges facing India's public broadcasters and media landscape.

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Focus on PSM | Prasar Bharati

A short-winded clash between Prasar Bharati and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting could have long lasting repercussions for public media and media freedom in India.

Former PMA President denied opportunity to speak in India

India is a country where freedom of speech has long been valued. But support for media freedom has to be in our actions, not just our words. Sadly, it seems that media freedom in India is changing.