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World Editors Forum The World Editors Forum is the organisation for editors and senior news executives within WAN-IFRA. http://www.editorsweblog.org
The World Editors Forum is the organisation for editors and senior news executives within WAN-IFRA.
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The World Editors Forum is the leading network for print and digital editors of newspapers and news organisations around the world. It is built on a commitment to defend press freedom and promote editorial excellence. https://www.wan-ifra.org/articles/2012/10/03/what-is-the-world-editors-forum

Listen, really listen..
16/07/2020
How do you follow a Pulitzer-winning project? By listening.

Listen, really listen..

From person-to-person coaching and intensive hands-on seminars to interactive online courses and media reporting, Poynter helps journalists sharpen skills and elevate storytelling throughout their careers.

OHCHR | UN expert calls for end to gender-based violence against women journalists
10/07/2020
OHCHR | UN expert calls for end to gender-based violence against women journalists

OHCHR | UN expert calls for end to gender-based violence against women journalists

GENEVA (8 July 2020) – Women journalists face special dangers while doing their jobs, and governments must do more to protect them against gender-based violence, Dubravka Šimonović, the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, said today in a report to the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

World Editors Forum's cover photo
02/07/2020

World Editors Forum's cover photo

Our Women in News team in Africa has new leadership. Congratulations Jane Godia and Tamala Chirwa.
25/06/2020

Our Women in News team in Africa has new leadership. Congratulations Jane Godia and Tamala Chirwa.

“I believe under Jane Godia and Tamala Chirwa's collaborative leadership, we have struck an excellent balance to maintain the legacy of Tikhala Chibwana while leading us to new frontiers as we continue to grow. I'm honoured to work alongside them as we look to this next chapter for WIN Africa”, said Melanie Walker, Executive Director of Women in News.

تم تعيين جاين غوديا وتومالا شيروا لقيادة برنامج النساء في الأخبار في أفريقيا. ستحصل جين على لقب مديرة برنامج النساء في الأخبار في أفريقيا (مسؤولة عن بوتسوانا ورواندا وأوغندا وزامبيا وزيمبابوي) وستحصل تومالا على لقب مديرة برنامج النساء في الأخبار في أفريقيا (مسؤولة عن كينيا وملاوي وتنزانيا).

"أعتقد أنه في ظل القيادة المشتركة لجاين غوديا وتومالا شيروا، سنحقق توازنا ممتازا للحفاظ على إرث الدكتور تيكالا تشيبوانا، بينما نتطلع إلى آفاق جديدة مع استمرارنا في النمو." قالت ميلاني والكر، المديرة التنفيذية لبرنامج النساء في الأخبار. "يشرفني العمل إلى جانبهن ونحن نتطلع إلى هذا الفصل الجديد من برنامج النساء في الأخبار في أفريقيا“.

The media prefers to change in private. Now it’s changing in public
10/06/2020
America is changing, and so is the media

The media prefers to change in private. Now it’s changing in public

The media has gone through painful periods of change before. But this time is different.

WAN-IFRA
08/06/2020

WAN-IFRA

Thirty high-potential journalists and editors across Asia embark on six-month fellowship programme to groom future media industry leaders. They were joined in the opening session by World Editors Forum President Warren Fernandez, South China Morning Post CEO Gary Liu and Star Media Group’s Chief Content Officer Esther Ng who took part in an industry leaders roundtable attended by Fellows and guests. #wanifra #worldeditorsforum #wefasia #ymlf Temasek Foundation SixFigureStart Dhaka Tribune Kuensel Fiji Sun Generation T Asia South China Morning Post ETAuto TheWire.in IDN Times The Jakarta Post BERNAMA 马来西亚星洲日报 Malaysia Sin Chew Daily
Business.MN UB LIFE MNA TV & Online News Dawn.com INQUIRER.net MANILA BULLETIN Philippine Star CNA TODAY The Straits Times Berita Harian Singapura The Korea Herald Việt Nam News
https://www.wan-ifra.org/press-releases/2020/06/08/world-editors-forum-and-temasek-foundation-launch-new-young-media-leaders-

Women in News - WAN-IFRA
08/06/2020

Women in News - WAN-IFRA

It is with great sadness that WAN-IFRA Women In News announces the loss of Dr. Tikhala Chibwana, Director of WIN Africa. A great leader, mentor, and champion of gender equality, Tikhala’s impact was far reaching. The WIN community mourns alongside the Chibwana family.

بكثير من الأسى تنعي اليكم/نّ منظمة وان-ايفرا وبرنامج النساء في الأخبار الدكتور تيكالا شيبوانا، المدير الإقليمي للبرنامج في إفريقيا. كان قائداً لا مثيل له، ومرشداً رائعاً وبطلاً من أبطال العدالة الجندرية الذي ترك بصمة كبيرة في هذا المجال. نتقدّم بأحرّ التعازي إلى عائلة شيبوانا ومجتمع برنامج النساء في الأخبار.

Tragic and criminal... 10 months to admit Samuel Wazizi died in custody
06/06/2020
Cameroon military spokesperson says journalist Samuel Wazizi died in custody last year - Committee to Protect Journalists

Tragic and criminal... 10 months to admit Samuel Wazizi died in custody

New York, June 5, 2020 — In response to a statement issued by the Cameroonian Ministry of Defense today that journalist Samuel Wazizi died in government custody in August 2019, the Committee to Protect Journalists issued the following statement: “The Cameroonian government’s cruel treatment o....

Womeninnews
19/05/2020
Covid-19 and gender balance in public expertise

Womeninnews

This blog post discusses the ratio of male to female experts giving commentary on broadcast outlets, which affects the way that stories about science are reported and understood by the public, in the context of the Covid crisis.There has always been a disproportion in the numbers of male and

Kenya Editors Guild
03/05/2020

Kenya Editors Guild

Can media survive the economic ravages of the pandemic?

There is long-term pain for the industry and now we have come into an existential crisis ~Daniel Kalinaki (Chairman, Uganda Editors Guild) @MediaCouncilK @UnescoEast @OpenSocietyEA @MSF_EastAfrica

#WorldPressFreedomDay #FreePressEA

On World Press Freedom Day
03/05/2020

On World Press Freedom Day

Today is 3 May, World Press Freedom Day and we urge you to use the moment to celebrate the principles of a free press and recognise those among us who sacrifice much to ensure stories get told.

In times of crisis, independent journalism is more vital than ever. https://blog.wan-ifra.org/2020/04/24/journalism-without-fear-or-favour

Help us draw attention to #WorldPressFreedomDay and issues of #PressFreedom. They are essential for an effective response to the unprecedented health crisis and also to the survival of our democracies.

Kenya Editors Guild
03/05/2020

Kenya Editors Guild

"Today is a day to ponder these heroes for they have stood strong to hold power to account during the most trying periods in journalism ever"- Kenya Editors' Guild President Churchill Otieno in his commentary on #WorldPressFreedomDay #FreePress

International Journalists' Network (IJNet)
28/04/2020
International Journalists' Network (IJNet)

International Journalists' Network (IJNet)

Code4Africa, with support from Google News Lab and the World Bank’s Global Media Development Program, offers the StoryLab Academy, a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) designed for African journalists. The training is self paced and can be taken at any time.

Registration is free.

There is help out there for struggling newsrooms
17/04/2020
Journalism emergency funds around the world - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFRA

There is help out there for struggling newsrooms

Based on the evidence of lost income and an inability to pay essential living expenses, we anticipate a great need for support within our global network of news publishers and members. To support them during these challenging times, we have compiled a list of journalism emergency relief funds...

Center for Media, Data and Society - CMDS
09/04/2020
Center for Media, Data and Society - CMDS

Center for Media, Data and Society - CMDS

Europe’s leading weekly, DER SPIEGEL strives to give readers a unique journalism experience, and it wants them to pay for it.

Read the article written by Teresa Geidel, student at the CMDS Practicum class at CEU School of Public Policy at Central European University, and our Director, Marius Dragomir.

Women in News - WAN-IFRA
02/04/2020

Women in News - WAN-IFRA

How we are moving forward during COVID-19:

If there is anything we can do to help you and your organisation, please reach out to us at [email protected].

For additional resources WAN-IFRA has created a new resource on how newsrooms are tackling COVID-19. Please visit: https://coronanewsroom.org/

First Draft
02/04/2020
First Draft

First Draft

Our new #coronavirus course explains how and why false information is spreading, gives tools and techniques for monitoring online info, shows you how to verify content and gives best practices for slowing down the spread misinformation. Please share this free online course with anyone who cares about the quality of information they see online.

Women in News - WAN-IFRA
01/04/2020

Women in News - WAN-IFRA

Covering Covid-19: At this critical time, real journalism matters and the public needs information it can trust. Join this webinar hosted by our colleagues at World Editors Forum on ethics and standards this Thursday.
For more information, and pre-registration: https://coronanewsroom.org/webinars/ethics-covid19

WAN-IFRA
24/03/2020
WAN-IFRA

WAN-IFRA

Managing journalists in this environment is a huge responsibility. Register now for our webinar this Thursday on keeping your field reporters safe. Expert advice, practical tips.

Learnings for dealing with COVID-19 outbreak from Singapore's The Straits Times - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFR...
23/03/2020
Learnings for dealing with COVID-19 outbreak from Singapore's The Straits Times - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFRA

Learnings for dealing with COVID-19 outbreak from Singapore's The Straits Times - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFRA

The COVID-19 pandemic is set to be a long, draining crisis, requiring resilience from newsrooms and editors. Here, Straits Times’ Editor-in-Chief and World Editors Forum President, Warren Fernandez, shares how the newsroom is operating amid the outbreak, and how the experience with previous epidem...

Poynter
21/03/2020
Poynter

Poynter

Some useful writing tips from Roy Peter Clark:
- Use as few numbers as will get the job done.
- Lift the heavy data cargo out of text and make it a graphic.
- Only quote people who can make things clearer than you can.
- Either avoid jargon - or translate it.

WAN-IFRA
11/03/2020
WAN-IFRA

WAN-IFRA

Journalists are mostly mobile and armed with a laptop and a mobile phone can work from almost anywhere. But as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise worldwide, questions are being asked about the ability of complex, multimedia newsrooms to keep producing content at the expected rate and standard, while ensuring that their staff stays safe.

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