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Learning Summary: Tanzania – Let’s Join Hands for Development

Search for Common Ground (Search) in partnership with Acacia Mining conducted a 20-month project in Northern Tanzania. The project, “Let’s Join Hands for Development” (Tuunganishe Mikono Kwa Maendeleo Yetu) was designed and implemented to promote positive long-term relationships between the community, decision-makers...

Search for Common Ground

Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/26/2018

The Humanitarian Radio Module

This toolkit is part of the Internews Humanitarian Information Services Learning Collection. The Humanitarian Radio Module explains how humanitarian radio stations become vital resources for crisis-affected communities and humanitarian responders. It includes a detailed step-by-step methodology for establishing, equipping, running, and closing...

Internews

How-to, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

A Manual on the Physical Security of Journalists (JED / Internews) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (in French)

With Internews support, Journalists in Danger (JED), the most effective association of journalists for the defense and the promotion of press freedom in the Democratic Republic of Congo, published a handbook in French on physical security for journalists in electoral periods. An...

Journalists in Danger

How-to

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

Reporting Atrocities: A Toolbox for Journalists Covering Violence and Atrocities

Irresponsible reporting in tense situations may inflame passions and exacerbate conflicts. This was what happened in Rwanda in 1993, when broadcasts of a popular radio station stoked hatred and incited widespread violence against ethnic Tutsis. Media also played a role in intensifying...

Peter DuToit

Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

SpeakSafe: Media Workers’ Toolkit for Safer Online and Mobile Practices

As people who dig for information, produce media content on critical social and political issues, disseminate facts, ideas and opinions through digital platforms, it is important that journalists and bloggers understand the sociopolitical contexts in which we operate. But we also need...

Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

Data Journalism Program Design

Internews has prepared a set of documents for a data journalism curriculum. The tools and research offered in this section should help practitioners design their own robust data journalism program. Over the last few years, there has been a significant shift in...

Internews

How-to

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

SaferJourno

SaferJourno is a free and open-source curriculum guide for media trainers who teach students, professionals and peers digital safety and online security. Easy to use lesson plans are in six different modules; assessing risks, basic protection, mobile phone safety, keeping data safe,...

Internews

Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

Of Words, Visuals and Inclusivity (Sinhala and English)

This practical guide on gender sensitivity and inclusivity is designed specifically with the working journalist in mind and to prompt the practitioner to make conscious decisions about the use of words and visuals as a means of enhancing professionalism.

Internews

How-to

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2018

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Freedom House, the American Bar Association, Internews, Pact, and Search for Common Ground formed the “Protecting Global Rights through Sustainable Solutions” Consortium (PROGRESS) to implement the Human Rights Support Mechanism (HRSM). The Human Rights Hub is supported by the work of the PROGRESS consortium. With more than 150 years of collective experience successfully implementing hundreds of human rights projects in over 100 countries, the PROGRESS consortium combines deep substantive expertise with a wealth of experience in practical application. HRSM is a USAID funded, five-year leader with associates (LWA) cooperative agreement aimed at implementing USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG) Strategy, specifically objective #3: Protect and promote universally recognized human rights. This site was made possible with the generous support of the American People through USAID. The contents are the responsibility of PROGRESS and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States.