In Global Food Crisis: Crucial Facts the Media Fails to Mention, we look at some reasons why the global population is struggling to feed itself.
In every corner of the world, migration is becoming a human reality. Out of the nearly 214 million global migrant populations an estimated 40 percent are seeking safety or greener pastures in a neighbouring country within their region of origin.
In this interview with multimedia journalist Scott Anger, he shares the different mediums he uses to tell stories, how he ended up in journalism, the impact of covering conflict, advice for aspiring journalists and photojournalists and leveraging the power of social media.
How Human Rights Organisations Can Drive Strategic Change with this Revolutionary Communication Strategy
How can you create a more inspirational strategy that focuses on a more strategic audience rather than geared towards your funders? Or better yet, how can you use your communications to drive strategic social change that awakens the masses rather than a select few? Keep reading to find out.
As a major source of employment for Egyptians, Libya’s civil war forced up to 1.5 million Egyptian migrants to return home and put a halt to the nearly US$33 million remitted every year. In this interview, International Organisation of Migration (IOM) Cairo Programme Manager, Piera Solinas, talks about the impact on economic stability when the remittance well dries up.