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Media Development and Countering Violent Extremism

When US President Barack Obama convened a summit on Countering Violent Extremism at the White House in February 2015, it was clear that a...

Facebook’s Video Mismeasurement has Real Implications for Media Development

By Dean Jackson, 17 October 2016 Late last month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook has “vastly overestimated” the time users spend viewing video...

Sustainable livelihoods and governance in media development

Donors are often interested in strengthening the media as a way of speeding up governance reform. An alternative approach is to focus on the...

Constraints and opportunities – what role for media development in countering violent extremism

In a new briefing paper, the International Media Support (IMS) seeks to provide guidance on the definition of Countering Violent Extremism and the role...

Policy Brief: Supporting Journalism in Conflict Societies

This MeCoDEM policy brief (by Ines Drefs and Barbara Thomass) puts forward suggestions for improved journalism support in the context of democratisation conflicts. It draws conclusions from interviews with...

Putting Research to Work: Scholars and Practitioners Discuss Greater Collaboration

By Paul Rothman Given the worsening climate for media across the globe, the field of media development is badly in need of new research and data...

What’s the added value of international coordination between media development organizations?

By Madeleine Stokes International development organizations tend to agree that more coordination is better in order to reduce activity duplication and scale successful projects. Indeed, it’s...

BBC Media Action’s New Research and Insight Blog

How people use, access and communicate information around the world has profound implications for development, diplomatic and foreign policy. BBC Media Action’s new Research and...

CIMA Report: Media as a Form of Aid in Humanitarian Crises

CIMA’s report, Media as a Form of Aid in Humanitarian Crises, released in April 2016, examines how humanitarian crises around the world have led...

Caught between the East And West: The “Media War” Intensifies In Serbia and Montenegro

By Marija Šajkaš and Milka Tadić Mijović Article re-published from the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) with permission 10 March 2016 As EU and U.S. assistance to...
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IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

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