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Turning The Mirror on the Next Generation
April 9, 2020
Innovations in Operation
Europe’s leading weekly, Der Spiegel strives to give readers a unique journalism experience, and it wants them to pay for it.
Criticize and Rule or How to Tame the Media in Georgia
April 2, 2020
By belittling the role of independent self-regulators and upbraiding the media critical of the government, Georgia’s media regulator hurts independent journalism.
Brazilian Culture: In the Survival Mode
March 26, 2020
With budget cuts of up to 70%, new rules on accessing public funds and institutions forced to follow a government-imposed, controversial agenda, cultural production in Brazil becomes an act of resistance.
Internet Shutdowns in India: Attacking People’s Minds
March 5, 2020
The recent waves of extensive internet shutdowns across India not only restrict social and economic rights, but also adversely affect people’s mental health.
Community Radio Takeoff in Zimbabwe: Delayed Indefinitely?
June 20, 2019
The community radio sector has been flying high in most of Southern Africa, but remains grounded in Zimbabwe as politicians, seeing foreign conspiracies everywhere, fear loss of control in the media.
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