ReligionLink offers resources for covering the ongoing crisis over the Rohingya people.
Mark Rodgers is dean of the College of Health and Human Services at Marywood University, a Catholic university in Scranton, Pa. His research interests include the prevention of human trafficking, and he has helped train officials in Latvia, Bangladesh, Ecuador and South Africa on how to recognize and combat the problem.
The International Institute of Islamic Thought is a private, nonprofit, academic, cultural and educational institution concerned with general issues of Islamic thought and education. The institute is based in the United States but has locations in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Indonesia, Jordan, Pakistan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and the U.K.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma offered resources and advice for journalists covering the tsunami.
The ethical responsibility of a Muslim journalist to their religion and the citizens.
As the Global War on Terror has prompted new interest in Islam in Southeast Asia, western governments have scrambled to engage with Muslim journalists in Indonesia and Malaysia. Despite this attention, surprisingly little is known about how journalists in these two majority Muslim countries actually think about the work they do. This article draws on […]
The Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) is a non-profit NGO and a registered charity in Singapore with the mission of spearheading the development of media and communication expertise in Asia within the broad framework of economic, social and cultural development.