Coronavirus is changing the world – shuts down, slows down, makes us lonely… However, some people and organisations are fighting its effects. Sometimes they set up tents in San Francisco parking lots, sometimes give undocumented immigrants medical care in these difficult times or improve communication between students and teachers, help theatres, galleries and independent artists to survive. The festival is about them and with them as our theme is: How the world reacts to COVID-19?
South China Morning Post – Our vision is to elevate thought, and our mission is to lead the global conversation about china. What was the reason for the protests in Hong Kong? Why infographics work so well for the audience in Asia? How violence was escalated in Hong Kong during protests?
Frontier Myanmar is an unbiased voice in transitional Myanmar. We inform and entertain with a fortnightly, English-language review of current affairs and business, featuring long-form and investigative articles, insights, and analysis.
Movement Black Lives Matter in few aspects is similar to Me Too. Emma tells us how to cover these topics.
Anthracite, very energetic coal is imported from Donbas to Poland and other European countries.
Communication. When you are far you need more communication that when you are in the newsroom.
„We translated methodology from therapy to the editorial world. We have to talk, understand and act.”
In Decât o Revistă we believe in power of storytelling. In one of our projects we want to use journalism to start a conversation in a local area.
In 2014, a small group of volunteers decided to do something about the failures of corporately-owned local media. Through organising and crowdfunding with local communities, the Bristol Cable was born. Today the Cable is 100% owned by thousands of local people.
Solomon is a non-profit organization founded in Athens which uses media as a tool for social inclusion and change.
The Engaged Journalism Accelerator is designed to empower news organisations and the people who work in them to embrace engaged journalism and to create positive, resilient and impactful relationships with the communities they serve.
In Nepal, Herne Katha, a local web series that shows untold stories of ordinary people, launched a Youtube series for kids during the lockdown. The name of the series is “Mero Sano Saathi”, meaning “My little Friend.” In Nepal, the lockdown came into effect on 24 March.
Writing about problems without the ability to give a perspective for a solution might be very depressing.
Daily Maverick is a South African daily online newspaper founded in 2009 and edited by Branko Brkic and published by Styli Charalambous.
Mr Jones is a 2019 biographical thriller film. The film loosely tells the story of Gareth Jones, a journalist from Wales, who in 1933 travels to the Soviet Union and uncovers the truth about the Holodomor, the manmade famine in Ukraine in which millions died.
Kamila and Krzysztof introduce us their project #dropintheocean on an example of Aral Sea.
Splice is a media transformation in Asia that reports on trends, design, talent, and media startups.
The News Lab is a team within the Google News Initiative whose mission is to collaborate with journalists and entrepreneurs to drive innovation in news.
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster and one of the most successful and relevant international media outlets.
After years of crisis, the value of good journalism is slowly being acknowledged. New, participatory models put the reader into the heart of good reporting and impactful stories come as a result.
We couldn’t have envisioned a better theme for out summit than the one that pays tribute to stories.