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  • GFMD Member Latin America the Caribbean
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    ABRAJI

    Active 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Abraji was founded in December 2002, few months after the television reporter Tim Lopes was murdered in Rio de Janeiro. Since the beginning, they have been inspired by the IRE and tried to develop activities designed to help journalists to a better job in a healthier environment.
  • GFMD Member Sub-Saharan Africa
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    Africa Media Initiative

    Active 1 month ago
    AMI has been shaped by the most comprehensive research and consultation process ever conducted on the media in Africa. This was done under the auspices of the BBC World Service Trust and the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and is included in the 2005 G8 Gleneagles and Commission for Africa recommendations. All relevant regional stakeholders, from the African Union Commission, the African Development Bank and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa through to every significant African media structure (owners, editors, journalists) have formally endorsed AMI, suggesting a powerful consensus that a healthy media sector is a requirement for improved growth, governance and accountability.
  • GFMD Member Eastern Europe and Caucasus
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    Albanian Media Institute

    Active 1 month ago
    The Albanian Media Institute (AMI) was established by the end of 1995, thanks to the grant provided by DANIDA and the assistance of the Danish School of Journalism. After more than a decade AMI has been consolidated, constituting at present one of the main actors of civil society in Albania and one of most important journalistic training institutions in the Balkan region.
  • GFMD Member Latin America the Caribbean
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    ANDI - Communications and Rights, Brazil

    Active 1 month ago
    Formally established in 1993 – although operating actively since 1990 – ANDI is a non-partisan not-for-profit civil society organization engaged in coordinating innovative initiatives in the field of media for development. Its strategies are founded on promoting and strengthening a professional and ethical dialogue among news rooms, university media departments and other major programs, government, and entities devoted to sustainable development and human rights at the national and global levels.
  • GFMD Member International
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    Article 19

    Active 1 month ago
    ARTICLE 19 works for a world where all people everywhere can freely express themselves and actively engage in public life without fear of discrimination. We promote media freedom, increase access to information, protect journalists and human rights defenders, fight the shrinking of civic space, and place human rights at the heart of developing digital spaces.
  • GFMD Member Latin America the Caribbean, Community Member, Person
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    Association of Caribbean Media Workers

    Active 1 month ago
    The Association of Caribbean Media Workers works in the Caribbean and the French and Dutch speaking Caribbean communities to promote the spread, and easy access to, media and information as well as encouraging the strength and potential growth of journalism as an independent field. Additionally, they make efforts towards educational and professional development in the Caribbean, and promote conferences greater understanding of media by way of educational means eg. Conferences, webinars, research, etc.
  • GFMD Member Asia
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    Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication

    Active 1 month ago
    Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication represents the community media sector to Government, Industry, Regulatory Bodies, Media and Development Partners. Much of the BNNRC’s work has a strategic emphasis and the organization has been intensely involved in policy advocacy on behalf of the Community Media sector with Government, the regulator Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) and other strategic bodies regarding Policy on Community Radio & Broadcasting, Proposed Policy on Community Television, Community Radio Trust Fund, Amateur Radio Operation, Community Media Literacy, and Spectrum allocation.
  • GFMD Member International
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    BBC Media Action

    Active 1 month ago
    BBC Media action is an independent, international, development charity. They aim to use the impact that media publications can create to decrease poverty and provide human rights education. In addition to creating their own conversation sparking media, they provide journalists with training and mentoring, and work with legislators to prove the potential impact media can have and the need for policy change.
  • GFMD Member International
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    Canal France International

    Active 1 month ago
    As a subsidiary of France Télévisions Group, CFI receives subsidies from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development so as to lead a network of partners from the media sector. On the basis of its previous experience as a television channel, CFI is able to propose responses adapted to the requirements of media operators from the southern hemisphere, whatever the restrictions and working languages. Their aim is to promote modernization and democratization.
  • GFMD Member Eastern Europe and Caucasus
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    Center for Independent Journalism (Romania)

    Active 1 month ago
    Center for Independent Journalism (CIJ), established in 1994, offers core courses and specialized training for journalists and students, providing consultants for media organizations, maintaining a journalism library and being a public voice in media freedom matters. It is also involved in advocacy, in curricula development, in media policy formulation and watch-dogging. CIJ is part of the Southeast European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM-www.seenpm.org), a network active in 11 Balkan countries and a member of the Global Media Development Forum.
  • GFMD Member Sub-Saharan Africa
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    Center for Media Studies and Peace Building

    Active 1 month ago
    The Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding (CEMESP) is one of Liberia’s leading media development organizations. The Center was legally established on October 24, 2003 in response to the challenges confronting professional media practice and free speech as a result of years of conflict in Liberia.
  • GFMD Member North America
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    Centre for International Media Assistance (CIMA)

    Active 1 month ago
    The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA focuses on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. Together, they encompass efforts to improve the capacity and quality of the media sector.
  • GFMD Member North America
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    Centre for Law and Democracy

    Active 1 month ago
    The Centre for Law and Democracy believes in a world in which robust respect for all human rights underpins strong participatory democracy at all levels of governance – local, national, regional and international – leading to social justice and equality. The Centre for Law and Democracy works to promote, protect and develop those human rights which serve as the foundation for or underpin democracy, including the rights to freedom of expression, to vote and participate in governance, to access information and to freedom of assembly and association.
  • GFMD Member Western and Central Europe
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    Commonwealth Broadcasting Association

    Active 1 month ago
    The Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA) vision is: To create, with its members, the leading forum for the exchange of knowledge to support Public Service Broadcasting and the principles of free and independent media in the Commonwealth and beyond. The objectives of the CBA include: To support freedom of expression and the ideals of public service broadcasting. To support members through digital transition. To facilitate information and knowledge exchange between media organisations and their employees. To provide assistance to member organisations via training, bursaries, consultancies, networking opportunities and content sharing initiatives.
  • GFMD Member Western and Central Europe
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    Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute

    Active 1 month ago
    The Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) is an intergovernmental body with a strong dialogue mandate under the Danish Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP). Established in 2004, DEDI's core mandate as a centre of excellence is to promote political and cultural understanding between Denmark and Egypt and Europe and the Arab World. Dialogue expertise cuts across all activities, detailed in the Agreement establishing DEDI as conferences, seminars, publications, projects and programmes.
  • GFMD Member North America
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    Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

    Active 1 month ago
    The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, a project of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is dedicated to informed, innovative and ethical news reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy. Whether the topic is street crime, family violence, natural disaster, war or human rights, effective news reporting on traumatic events demands knowledge, skill and support. The Dart Center provides journalists around the world with the resources necessary to meet this challenge, drawing on a global, interdisciplinary network of news professionals, mental health experts, educators and researchers.
  • GFMD Member Western and Central Europe
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    Detector Media

    Active 1 month ago
    Detector Media (www.detector.media) is one of the strongest media NGOs in Ukraine. Its mission is to facilitate democratic, free, and professional media in Ukraine and other countries. Its vision is a transparent, competing, and democratic media space, in which independent and professional media co-exist with competent and critically thinking media consumers.