The Arabic version of the UNESCO report on access to information was launched at An-Najah National University in Nablus in Palestine 29 September in cooperation with the local UNESCO office and JMIC, with support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Continue reading “UNESCO report launched in Palestine”
JMIC´s safety trainer Abeer Saady attended 2019 Dublin Platform for Human Rights Defenders this week.
Among over 120 human rights defenders from more than 80 countries was also Shahidul Alam, Person of the Year in Time magazine last year – a long time cooperation partner of OsloMet. Continue reading “Frontline defenders “
Together with The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, the Embassy of Indonesia in Norway organised a two day seminar. Continue reading “Indonesian Interfaith – Intermedia dialogue”
Uganda Christian University Professor, Monica Chibita has described Uganda’s state of access to information as pitiable. Continue reading “Professor Chibita condemns Uganda´s hindrances to Access to Information”
The Access to Information Day is being celebrated all over the world this week
28 September has been the International Day for Universal Access to Information” (IDUAI) for the last four years. Continue reading “Worldwide celebration of access to information”
This week JMIC arranged a workshop on news journalism in Nablus in co-operation with An-Najah National University. Continue reading “29 students attended news workshop in Palestine”
A Seminar on “Experiences of decolonization of higher education” was held at OsloMet last week.
11 journalists were gathered in Kathmandu for three days this week to learn how to investigate stories by Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) – Nepal. For ten months they will work with in-depth investigative stories, hopefully to be published next summer. Continue reading “How to access information for Nepali investigative stories “