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#IPIWoco: How to make investigative journalism more effective and enduring

Excellent journalistic investigation is often carried out by smaller media organisations or individuals who do not have sufficient reach to generate change. How can their independent investigations enter the mainstream media and remain there? What is the role of advocates and campaigners, mainstream and public service media? How can we make investigative journalism more effective […]

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#IPIWoCo: Is journalism failing us?

Has the media grown too close to power and too detached from the communities they serve? Claims that the “mainstream media” has helped governments strengthen official policy on important political and social issues are growing. And audiences increasingly feel that their interests are unrepresented in the press, allowing populist politicians to incite anger against quality […]

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#IPIWoCo: Preventing radicalisation, empowering alternative voices

Effective counter-terrorism strategies require the participation of a broad range of actors, including civil society. At the core of such strategies is the notion that prevention of radicalisation is one of the key priorities and that effective groups and individuals need to be supported and empowered with a view to building resilience within relevant communities. […]

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#IPIWoCo: Building audiences, promoting values

As information, opinions and propaganda are increasingly intertwined on social and other media, have quality information and news lost value for our audiences? Can broadcast media build audiences, who cherish quality, in-depth journalism and develop the skills needed to recognize it? Are we successful in disseminating the values of public-interest journalism? Watch the discussion from […]

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