Building The Capacity Of Media Associations To Assess Regulatory Environments And Strengthen Professional Journalism In The Pacific
This project aims to build the capacity of media associations to assess media policies and strengthen professional journalism in the Pacific. Through association strengthening and training, the project will support a more skilled and diverse media community.
Mitigating Reduction in Media Freedom in and outside China by Strengthening the Capacity of Journalists
This project will work to build awareness and dialogue on media engagement on China media issues in Mainland China and Hong Kong at the international level as well as strengthen media freedom monitoring and advocacy in the East Asia region more broadly. The action will achieve its purpose by building the capacity of journalists, improving dialogue and collaboration both and outside the region, and leveraging technology to increase the safety of journalists and their sources.
Promoting Labour Rights, Gender Equality and Freedom of Association in Pakistan’s Media
This project is led by the International Federation of Journalists in partnership with the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), the Women’s Media Centre and the Pakistan Council of Media Women. It aims to strengthen the capacity, confidence and strategic networking of journalists representative organisations and press clubs, as well as representatives from mainstream, freelance and entrepreneurial media to devise a national approach to a decent work agenda and gender equity for Pakistan’s media.
This wide-reaching project is designed to strengthen the capacity of media civil society organisations to instigate and lead sustainable change development in Malaysia. Journalists and media organisations will be supported to take a strategic role in promoting and advancing a strong, independent and diverse media in Malaysia.
Supporting Asia-Pacific journalists and media organisations as they transform and adapt to changing conditions, by recognising and addressing issues strengthening union membership, building stronger financial structures and greater equity (including gender, youth and minorities) digital security of journalists and safety of journalists.
Union leadership, capacity building and gender equality are a key focus of the South Asia Media Solidarity Programme, which works to enhance conditions for free and pluralistic reporting in the South Asia region. This project is funded by NJ and Unesco/IPDC.
Part of a global project to develop a stronger union presence in digital media and among younger workers, this project is key to building the future of the journalists' organisations across the Asia-Pacific region.This project is funded by Union to Union (UTU).
The Strengthening Professional Journalism and Mitigating Reductions in Media Freedom by Better Monitoring in Cambodia project addressed some of the most critical challenges currently impacting Cambodia’s democratic space, specifically the role and function of media and its ability to independently report and monitor sustainable development in the country.
The aim of the project was to inform the unions to internally assess and evaluate their operations in the changing digital economy in terms of the workers they represent and how they organise into the future.