In the five years since the Arab Spring, how has the media's role evolved throughout the Arab world? A panel of experts from BBC Media Action, George Washington University and Al Hayat recently discussed.
At a recent Center for International Media Assistance panel, media development experts discussed how governments and the media can work together to create independent news environments.
The nonprofit journalism outlet first launched the platform, named after a popular South American card game, for Brazil's 2014 presidential elections. Now they're tackling congress and the senate.
Dulce Ramos and Pablo M. Fernández participated in a live chat on data verification and coverage of political campaigns organized by IJNet. Review their tips here.
A digital news platform based in Ecuador, GkillCity reports without an agenda and empowers citizens to become more informed and aware.
Digital media platform El Cambur offers objective news reporting to the 40 percent of Venezuelans who do not hold strong pro- or anti-government views.
Dulce Ramos of Animal Político and Pablo M. Fernández from Chequeado will host a live chat on journalism and political campaigns Aug. 20 at 13:00 GMT-3.
In preparation for the Ethiopian elections May 24, journalists abroad and in-country weigh in on the polls and how they plan to cover them.
Created to help citizens register to vote for Kenya's general elections, GotToVote is now in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Uganda.
In parliamentary reporting, providing context and analysis is essential.
Subscribe to our weekly bulletin for tips, trends and training opportunities.