A data-driven article investigating the issue of Kyrgyzstan’s dependence on remittances from migrant workers is dubbed “one of the most influential stories in the Russian language in 2018” by the International Journalists’ NetworkRead more
Davos, Switzerland – January 23rd, 2019 – Globally, only 24% of people heard, seen or read about in newspaper, television and radio news are women and only 19% of experts sourced in news stories are women (according to the Global Media Monitoring Project, 2015 Global Report).
More than 2,000 people lost their lives in the tsunami that struck Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island in late September.
It was a dangerous year for journalists across the globe, particularly so for those covering environmental issues.
EJN’s project on Investigating Wildlife Trafficking got off to a strong start with its first story, an
There was an air of uncertainty at COP24, the United Nations climate change summit where representatives of nearly 200 countries gathered to determine how they would deliver on commitments to curb global warming, as promised in the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement.