Garza Ramos weighs in on Sean Penn's visit to El Chapo; a podcast on legal resources for reporters in Africa; and more from the Knight Fellows in this week's roundup.
One year after the attack that killed 12 journalists at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, media professionals and free speech advocates discuss what has changed in its aftermath.
ProPublica launches the first news site on the "dark web," the debut of livestreaming tool MeVee, and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the CIMA.
After a tough year for press freedom worldwide, five journalists working across the globe share their hopes for journalism in 2016 and beyond.
Pakistani broadcast journalist Najia Ashar has covered many of Pakistan’s most important stories — but her greatest learning experience of all may have been her recent John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship.
In the wake of continued violence against journalists throughout Pakistan, a group of media leaders recently met to discuss the ideal safety protocol for Pakistani journalists in the field.
Making journalism more accessible, how an Iranian newspaper condemned state media censorship and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Investigative journalist Sandra Rodríguez Nieto discusses the challenges she faced in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, the setting of her latest book.
After attending an OSCE summit in Vienna, Azerbaijani journalist Arzu Geybulla explains what can be done to combat online abuse of female reporters.
Since its April launch, the platform charted 99 incidents across 25 countries. IJNet talks with Matjaz Gruden, CoE director of policy planning, about what this means for press freedom in the region.
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