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Media Development

Public Twitter list of organisations and thinkers focused on media development, journalism training and press freedom


cccomdev (@cccomdev)

Collaborative Change Communication l Sharing knowledge to increase learning and networking opportunities in communication for rural development #comdev #ict4d

RSF_Europe (@RSF_Europe)

Reporters Without Borders - Europe & Central Asia desk. Without free media, no fight can be heard. Tweets in Eng, Rus, Fr

Thomson Foundation (@thomfound)

The Thomson Foundation promotes media training and development, working with journalists, governments and NGOs to raise standards and inspire innovation.

africa @pressfreedom (@africamedia_CPJ)

@pressfreedom advocates in support of journalists on the frontlines in Africa

GFMD (@mediagfmd)

Global Forum for Media Development. The hub for 350 leading NGOs operating in 100 countries who support independant information. #mediadev #tech4good #ICT4D

BBC Media Action (@bbcmediaaction)

The BBC's international development charity, using media to improve health and help people understand their rights. Formerly BBC World Service Trust.

ARTICLE 19 (@article19org)

Defending freedom of expression and information

CIMA (@CIMA_Media)

The Center for International Media Assistance at the National Endowment for Democracy, highlighting #mediadev around the world. RTs and links ≠ endorsements.

StKonrath-News3.0 (@News3_0)

News3.0: The Future of Journalism - Updates will solemnly published here:

googleafrica (@googleafrica)

The Google Africa Team

IREX International (@IREXintl)

We are an international NGO enabling local individuals & institutions to make a better world through education, media & community development.

CharlieBeckett (@Mediapolis)

Media think-tank at the London School of Economics, follow Director @CharlieBeckett on Twitter

Media Helping Media (@helpingmedia)

Media Helping Media provides support for media in transition and post-conflict countries and areas where the media is still developing.

Global Media Forum (@DW_GMF)

Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, 30 June - 2 July 2014: Challenges for the Media - From Information to Participation #dwgmf

David Campbell (@davidc7)

Visual storytelling, politics, social media - my aim is to provide the context. Secretary to World Press Photo 2014 contest jury.


Building peace in the minds of men & women: Official Twitter of the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization

Index on Censorship (@IndexCensorship)

The voice of free expression.

BBC Journalism (@BBCCollege)

Follow the BBC College of Journalism here for discussion of technical, ethical, production and craft issues in journalism, and interaction with the College.

CPJ (@pressfreedom)

The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes #PressFreedom worldwide.

Freedom House (@FreedomHouseDC)

Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world.

risingvoices (@risingvoices)

Outreach initiative of Global Voices that aims to help bring new voices from underrepresented communities and speaking new languages to the global conversation

ICFJ Knight (@ICFJKnight)

The Knight International Journalism Fellowships instill news innovation and experimentation worldwide. Seeking 2014 Fellow candidates, partners, projects.

Patrick Butler (@pbutler50)

Vice President-Programs at International Center for Journalists. Interested in the intersection of great journalism and digital innovation across the globe.

Tactical Tech (@Info_Activism)

Tactical Tech works with advocates & activists to use information & digital technologies to maximise the impact of their advocacy work

UPI Next (@UPI_Next)

UPI Next is the media development division of United Press International: we help aspiring journalists & local content get global distribution RT≠ endorsement