It was a year when the foundation reached a wider audience than ever before – in terms of country, age and occupation. The 2017 review shows that our universe now comprises all of those who participate in media – from professional journalists, to citizens seeking a voice for the public good and governmental, and non-governmental, organisations in search of the best ways to engage with media.
Crucial to the 2017 activity was the support of a younger generation of aspiring journalists and content creators. Download our annual review.
Smaller version of the review is also available here.
Crucial to the 2017 activity was the support of a younger generation of aspiring journalists and content creators.
It was a year when the foundation reached a wider audience than ever before.
In one of our boldest-ever initiatives, we rolled out our e-learning project for journalists worldwide – Journalism Now.
In my course, I always make it clear that impartiality is important.
In the latest OPEN Media Hub project, we look at what life is really like for young people in 17 countries which border the EU on its eastern and southern sides.
We're seeing young people being creative and exercising their freedoms.
We've been working with journalists in the Muslim world to help them tackle challenges in reporting on tension and violence, whether conflict or acts of terrorism.
Our project in Kazakhstan aims to smooth the lines of communication between journalists and government and other official bodies.
Mariana Motrunych from Ukraine is remarkably matter-of-fact about her work uncovering the misdeeds of the powerful.
There was no time to think I was brave. I found a new strength.
The year brought growing success for many of our Africa alumni. We shared some of the stories showing their skill, courage and creativity.
As a refugee myself, I was tired of this injustice.