Alternative Media Sources

IPS – Inter Press Service News Agency

  1. Tales of the 21st Century – Rohingyas Without a State
    In a special series of reports, supported by UNESCO, IPS journalists travel to the border region between Bangladesh and Myanmar to speak with Rohingya refugees, humanitarian workers and officials about the still-unfolding human rights and health crises facing this long-marginalized and persecuted community. http://www.ipsnews.net/topics/tales-of-the-21st-century-rohingyas-without-a-state/
  2. IPS is pleased to name Emilio Godoy as the Star of the Month
    Emilio Godoy has been reporting for IPS in Mexico since 2007. He’s one of the most versatile journalists in the IPS network and he never says no to a proposal. A data-obsessed, resourceful researcher, he is passionate about such diverse issues as human rights, migrants, indigenous peoples, sustainable development, the environment, energy, and cyber-vigilance. He […]
  3. IPS is pleased to name Manipadma Jena as the Star of the Month
    Reporting from the ground for IPS since 2009 from India, Manipadma’s stories give voice to people affected by inequity, deprivation, corruption and human rights violations. A professional photographer as well, she deftly weaves together local and global issues that find resonance with readers across countries. In 2016, Manipadma’s best environmental reporting state award citation said, […]
  4. IPS is pleased to name James Jeffrey as the Star of the Month
    A journalist focusing primarily on longer form features, Jeffrey has been based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, since October 2013 covering Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa for various international media. Jeffrey, who comes from the United Kingdom, travels throughout the Horn of Africa reporting on issues ranging from political unrest to drought to the coffee […]
  5. IPS is pleased to name Mario Osava as the Star of the Month
    Mario Osava, or Chizuo Osava, his given name, is a Brazilian journalist of Japanese descent who has been the IPS correspondent in Brazil since the end of the 1980s. Previously he had worked for IPS and for the magazine Cuadernos del Tercer Mundo in Portugal (1978-1979), and for the economic section of the newspaper O […]
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