Part of our special report on online media, DCMF looks at how modern developments are blurring the lines between professional and citizen journalism
In the wake of the 2011 revolution, the media in Yemen have witnessed significant changes. However, questions over press freedom and the future of the media remain
The DCMF aims to introduce the Media Literacy Programme in Qatar and has conducted a wide-ranging survey.
The prospect of press freedom is weak in Sudan, the Doha Centre for Media Freedom's Emergency Assistance team has warned.
Jan Keulen's speech at the April 2012 'Safety and Justice: Protecting journalists in the Middle East and the Arab World’ conference.
Full recommendations by participants at the Safety and Justice conference in Cairo in April 2012, hosted by the IFJ.
DCMF's Emergency Assistance coordinator Ole Chavannes' presentation to Unesco's International Programme for the development of Communications.
The DCMF hosted a debate on Qatar's media freedom. Participants also discussed the idea of journalist responsibility.
Recommendations for the safety of journalists in dangerous situations following a two-day forum in Qatar, attended by hundreds of press freedom advocates.
The DCMF has landed in Libya once again as it continues a mission to help free the country's media.
The Israeli army’s “Operation Cast Lead” against the Gaza Strip threw a sharp focus on the role and content of the Israeli and Arab media, both in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Safety and security issues remain paramount for freelancers covering stories in Gaza, who are finding new ways to address challenges and a lack of resources
Shubhranshu Choudhary won the Index on Censorship's 2014 Freedom of Expression Award for his CGNet Swara project, which allows users to report and consume news stories through mobile telephones.
In a career spanning almost twenty years, Anabel Hernández has made a mark with her courageous reporting and unwavering commitment to improving press freedom in Mexico.
Zakwan Hadid, a young journalist who covered violence in Syria, has been forced to relocate to Turkey. Here he discusses the dangers that he, his fellow journalists and other citizen journalists face while attempting to cover the situation on the ground in Syria.
Amal Habbani was detained for eight days during the recent government crackdown on the Sudanese media as a result of her writing. Here she speaks to DCMF about her experience
Working with various media outlets and NGOs has led to Betre Yacob being labelled a terrorist, and like many other journalists in Ethiopia, he fears for his safety as a result of his work.
John Penn de Ngong has been threatened, harassed, attacked and kidnapped during his work on South Sudanese independence. Here he talks to DCMF's Peter Townson about the events which led him into exile in Kenya.
Threats and harassment from the NISS have forced Nagla Sid Ahmed Elsheikh from Sudan and into exile, yet she longs everyday for a return to her country.
Young French journalist, Claire discusses her experiences of war journalism in Yemen, where she was caught up covering the recent revolution
After being handed a one year jail sentence for conducting an unpublished interview, Abdiaziz Abdinur Ibrahim says he has learnt about media freedom and justice in Somalia