Collaboration, Media Landscapes
Independent and responsible digital news platforms are the future of journalism
East-West Center cross-border journalist alumni Lubna Jerar Naqvi and Kamal Siddiqi spoke in this August 26 program in Karachi that was organized by another EWC media alumnus Najia Ashar, president of Global Neighbourhood for Media Innovations.
Partition: An interactive project exploring stories from 1947
The Hindustan Times in India and Dawn in Pakistan collaborated on this interactive project on the 1947 partition. Both news organizations have journalists participating in the cross-border program.
The Murder of History: How India and Pakistan are erasing their shared past
Viral Vulnerabilities Exposed: Covid-19’s Impact on Newsrooms in South Asia
Pandemic Reporting & Mental Health in South Asia Media: How Journalists Can Collaborate Across Borders
Evolving news media landscapes in India and Pakistan
COVID-19 Reporting Has Prepared Us for Cross-Border Collaboration
Journalists in Europe complicate the narrative of colonization
Ittehad.net is a website that reflects the collaborative work of journalism students in India and Pakistan, reporting together on common themes in both countries.
Toba Tek Singh News By Sultan Sidhu
Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict is a think tank based in Delhi that sponsors reports and studies on peace and conflict issues across South Asia. It publishes the South Asia Conflict manager which examines critical issues in countries in the region.
Pak Institute of Peace Studies is a non-profit research and advocacy group that holds workshops and provides research and surveys on issues of peace and conflict resolution, Islamabad, Pakistan.
The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Close to 5,000 journalists around the world have participated in EWC media programs.
"Women in South Asia: Hostile Encounters," a reporting effort that focuses on female journalists in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. Each section is written by a female journalist from that country. This link comes from Dawn, Pakistan.
India's News Upstarts, the New York Times, U.S.A
On covering health in Asia, lessons and strategies from a veteran Indian journalist
The Covid pandemic is a gendered crisis, but the media is ignoring that, Dawn, Pakistan
The Network for Women in Media India considers the loss of journalists' lives amid the covid virus and problems that Indian journalists face.
Read the full story on Ittehad -Building Bridges Across South Asia
This East-West Center cross-border project focused on collaboration between Indian and Pakistani Master's Degree journalism students.