Republique Centrafricaine: Pour un journalisme sensible au conflits
Conflict sensitive journalism (CSJ) empowers journalists to report conflicts professionally without feeding the flames. This special edition of IMS’ Conflict Sensitive Journalism series is a handbook in French for journalists in the Central African Republic (CAR).
IMS Annual Report 2013
This annual report provides an overview of the work IMS and our partners have carried out in 2013 to enable media to contribute towards peace, stability and democratic development around the world.
Toward a media regulatory reform in the Middle East and North Africa: Essays
After three years of political transitions, media across the Middle East and North Africa are still left with the immense challenge of reforming past institutions, laws, and minds. But what
The Central African Republic: Media in a complex emergency
This desk study was commissioned by International Media Support (IMS) for the purposes of providing information to colleagues in both the humanitarian information and media support sectors, so that they may be better informed when devising and deciding on appropriate
IMS 2013 brochure
The IMS 2013 brochure provides a quick overview of the kind of work we do, who we are, and the approaches we take to supporting media around the world.
Journalism in Afghanistan: Current and post-2014 threats and journalist safety mechanisms
This report seeks to provide an immediate overview of the current insecure media environment in which Afghan journalists work and the threat scenario potentially
IMS Annual Report 2012
With 2012 being one of the deadliest years for journalists and media workers on record, ensuring their safety and challenging the impunity enjoyed by the perpetrators of such attacks remain as important to IMS today as they were when the organisation was launched in 2001.
As armed conflicts and the ensuing threats to journalists and media workers have become even more complex and less clearly defined, IMS has had to develop a more
Media in Mali divided by conflict (EN/FR)
This report presents the findings of the Media Assessment Mission to Mali from 13 – 19 october 2012 conducted by Panos West africa, Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) and International Media Support (IMS) within the context of the conflict raging in the country. The objective of the mission was to carry out an assessment
Conference on Media Development in Myanmar 2012
This report summarises the presentations and recommendations made at the Conference on Media Development in Myanmar organised by the Myanmar Ministry of Information and Culture and UNESCO in cooperation with International Media Support (IMS) and Canal France International with support from the Governments of Sweden, Norway and