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Tackling Disinformation

  • DW Akademie

Tackling Disinformation: A Learning Guide offers insights for evaluating media development activities and rethinking approaches to disinformation, alongside practical solutions and expert advice, with a focus on the Global South and Eastern Europe.

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How Russian Media Makers in Exile Are Redefining Radio

  • The Fix
  • Veronica Snoj

Podcast radios are becoming a new media niche in the Russian media landscape challenged by war-reinforced oppression. The Fix talked with Maksim Kurnikov, the head of Ekho Online, which was the first in the Russian media landscape to launch such a service, and Polina Filippova, the producer of podcasts of Radio Sakharov, which has been operating for a year.

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Exiled Media Toolkit

  • International Journalists‘ Network

In partnership with the Network of Exiled Media Outlets (NEMO) the International Journalists‘ Network compiled an Exiled Media Toolkit, that brings resources to journalists and outlets established or preparing to be in exile, as they report on communities and events in their home countries.

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These Writers Are Not Giving Up

  • The Guardian
  • Lauren Mechling

With layoffs ramping up across the media industry, reporters are trying a new model: co-operative newsrooms of their own. Will worker-owned collectives ever generate enough money to justify all the effort?

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Cinthia Membreño on the Global Network for Journalists in Exile

  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • Ayodeji Rotinwa

The exiled Nicaraguan media outlet Confidencial cofounded the Network of Exiled Media Organizations (NEMO). The members share best practices on how to produce journalism in circumstances where they are cut off from their sources and audience, and offer one another technical advice and moral support.

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Survival Strategies for Exiled Investigative Media

  • Global Investigative Journalism Network
  • Laura Oliver

Exiled investigative newsrooms are advised to establish emergency action plans. Seeking support when safe and demonstrating the importance of the work can contribute to sustaining operations in exile.

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No Safe Places for Exiled Russian Journalists

  • Arte

An estimated 1,000 Russian journalists have gone into exile to escape the threat of prosecution in their home country. In Europe, many believe they are safe. But in April, the suspected poison attacks on two journalists and an opposition activist became known. One of them is Elena Kostyuchenko, a well-known Russian journalist with great resonance.

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Where Can Journalists Access Info Through RTI?

  • Datawrapper (Reuters Institute/University Oxford)
  • Tarjei Leer-Salvesen

This map catalogs countries with Right to Information laws, including a rating for law scope, fee details, requester eligibility, and additional resources.

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