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Tip | Find press reports on India’s tribal heritage and democracy: Journalism without Fear or Favour, The Committee to Protect Journalists & United Nations

How to stop misinformation in times of coronavirus?Learn how to identify unverified content you receive on your cell phone and avoid spreading information on social media that has not been checked by credible sources. Caring for reliable information is everyone’s … Continue reading

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Proper coverage of “deprivation”: Ethical considerations for students of Indian journalism

Asian College of Journalism: Covering Deprivation During the second term, all students take a required course— the only one of its kind taught by a journalism school anywhere in the world — Covering Deprivation. “Deprivation” refers to the inability of … Continue reading

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Video | Giving India’s indigenous people a voice: Citizen’s journalism facilitated by CGNet Swara mobile phone network

In rural India, where Internet penetration can be less than one percent (leading to a “dark” media zone), journalist Shubhranshu Choudhary started a mobile phone network to help people voice local issues and concerns. Since CGNet Swara launched in 2010, … Continue reading

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Promoting multilingual education, teaching children their rights along with journalism skills: UNICEF – Chhattisgarh

One of the youngest, most resource-rich and forested states of India, Chhattisgarh has a population of about 25 million, more than three-quarters of which live in rural and remote parts of the state. Many of them are tribal groups working … Continue reading

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Successful citizen journalism by tribals using their mobile phones – Chhattisgarh

V. Kumara Swamy, The Telegraph, Calcutta, Sunday, May 30 , 2010Bhan Sahu has a question for Bill Gates. She has heard about the Microsoft co-founder’s philanthropic activities and wants to know if mobile communication, like email, can be free. The … Continue reading

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