Telegram has been no stranger to media scrutiny since its inception in 2013. In this post, we explore whether Telegram is the tool of global bad actors or a force for good.
Preventing gender-based violence is complex and difficult in most countries. But in Afghanistan, how do you deliver an intervention that starts to challenge centuries of violence?
The independent media landscape is changing, and so must media development programmes that support it.
8 pm on Thursday May 28th this year saw the final Clap for Our Carers and will have marked the high-water mark, but also the end, of something that we in the communications and marketing world have taken for granted for over 150 years. That something? Mass society. And the mass communications and the mass media that went with it.
As the decades-old conflict over Nagorno Karabakh erupted again between Azerbaijan and Armenia earlier this month, a new social media battleground emerged as both parties compete for international sympathy, support and legitimacy.
Teachers, support staff, SENCOs and parents are being urged to do more to help dyslexic children in school, in a new campaign launched by Made by Dyslexia and supported by Zinc Network.