Members directory

  • GFMD Member Middle East/North Africa
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    Doha Centre for Media Freedom

    Active 4 weeks ago
    The DCMF is a non-profit organisation working for press freedom and quality journalism in Qatar, the Middle East and the world. The DCMF organises debates, seminars, symposiums and conferences and commissions research and studies about press freedom, media legislation, access to information and the implications of technological changes, new media and social media.
  • GFMD Member Western and Central Europe
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    RNW Media

    Active 4 weeks ago
    RNW Media is an international organisation based in the Netherlands that aspires to empower young women and men to unleash their own potential for social change, in a way that suits the young people themselves. RNW's mission is to identify young people’s needs, and bring them together in user-owned digital communities where they can safely engage on taboos and sensitive topics, generating strong stories for advocacy to unleash their potential for social change.
  • GFMD Member Asia
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    The Youth Association for Development

    Active 1 month ago
    he Youth Association for Development (YAD) is a civil society initiative based in Loralai, Baluchistan and whose roots lie with a core of volunteers in different districts of Baluchistan. YAD is a multi sector development organization working on participatory development approach to bring long term change & sustainable development in the society.
  • GFMD Member International
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    The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

    Active 1 month ago
    The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, or WAN-IFRA, is the global organisation of the world’s press. It derives its authority from its global network of 3,000 news publishing companies and technology entrepreneurs, and its legitimacy from its 80 member publisher associations representing 18,000 publications in 120 countries.   Our mission is to defend and promote press freedom, clear the way to innovation and help independent news publishing companies to succeed in their transformation process, increase their business and perform their crucial role in open societies.  
  • GFMD Member Western and Central Europe
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    Vivarta

    Active 1 month ago
    Vivarta is a media production house and advocate for free expression rights. As vivarta.org we help defend free expression in conflict zones and repressive states with investigative reporting and creative advocacy. As vivarta.net we apply new digital media, security and situational analysis tools to support this work.
  • GFMD Member International
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    Stitching Panos

    Active 1 month ago
    The Panos Network is a grouping of six autonomous regional Institutes, committed to a world where communities build open, democratic and sustainable societies aimed at social justice, within and between countries, with free and diversified information and communication flows, including an independent and plural media, with a shared mission, to ensure that information and communication are effectively used to foster public debate, pluralism and democracy within and between countries, working with media and other information actors to enable people and communities to shape and communicate their own development agendas, amplifying the voices of the vulnerable, marginalised and excluded people. The Panos Network and its member Institutes contribute to sustainable development and democracy - at local, national and international levels - through the strengthening of media, information and communication processes and partnerships.  They share the belief that:
  • GFMD Member Sub-Saharan Africa
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    Tanzania Journalists Alliance

    Active 1 month ago
    Tanzania Journalists Alliance (TAJOA) offers a platform for continuous learning and sharing amongst journalists and citizens. It recognises the importance of sharing information and values the promotion of responsible and credible journalism.   In order to maintain high quality journalism, TAJOA has a media monitoring component that evaluates the impact of media houses on society. It also analyses current research regarding citizen media trends, both internationally and in Tanzania. This allows for the constant review of TAJOA’s performance and enhances constant learning amongst its partners. TAJOA also invites media workers, press people and citizens to contribute towards alternative perspectives on governance, development, human rights and other important issues.