How does the agenda on "Countering violent extremism" interact with the field of media development? A CIMA report provides an introduction to the debate between these two fields of action
This paper outlines the key role of political support, the need for understanding of political context, and how implementers can engage drivers of change to build support and development for media
CIMA’s report examines how humanitarian crises around the world have led to a major change in the priorities and approaches in media development efforts
This report by Irion and Jusic, published by Analitika in 2013, compares the conditions and factors that influence the creation of sustainable and functional media institutions in the democratizing countries of the Western Balkans. It does so by taking into account the strong role played by international assistance programs and conditionality mechanisms.
Can the values of public service journalism be transplanted to a society emerging from dictatorship? This paper is the first detailed account of the BBC's engagement with journalism in Romania after the fall of communism, including a description and evaluation of the journalism training carried out by the BBC in the country in the 1990s
A one-day workshop to explore the empirical foundations of the media development field, offered by CIMA and CAMRI at the University of Westminster on July 25
A two-day workshop in Brussels to promote quality journalism through the exchange of best practices among journalists in EU countries, with a specific focus on Southern and Central Eastern Europe
The Open Media Hub promotes a Call for Expression of Interest for production support to video-journalists from the Eastern Partnership countries