December 17, 2018 •
Press Freedom, Specialist Journalism •
by Johanna Mack
Award-winning Pakistani journalist and activist Saddam Tufail Hashmi explains why journalism is such a risky profession in his country and how determined reporters try to do their work under the most severe circumstances....
April 26, 2018 •
Censorship, Press Freedom, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Al-Sharmani Amani
Yemen was once seen as a “happy” country. Nowadays it’s a war zone. Journalists reporting from the country face multiple challenges, ranging from psychological trauma to kidnapping and death threats. And yet, some of them don’t...
October 7, 2016 •
Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics •
by Halyna Budivska
Ukrainian journalists find it hard to remain neutral and independent when covering the conflict in their country. Many are torn between feelings of patriotism and their role as detached observers, new research has found. Of the 47...
March 11, 2014 •
Media and Politics •
by Dariya Orlova
Ukrainian journalists and social activists are fighting back against what they claim is a flood of distorted, inaccurate coverage of the country’s affairs from the Russian media. The Ukrainian media have started compiling lists of...