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  • Introducing the judges for the OWM Awards 2020

    With the deadline for entering the One World Media Awards just around the corner, we’re thrilled to announce the judges who will be tasked with the rigorous Awards selection process.   This year’s judges are drawn from all corners of the media and NGO sectors, and are each distinguished members of their professions. From BAFTA-winning…

  • One World Media Awards 2020: Open for entries!

    Open to filmmakers + journalists all over the world!   The One World Media Awards 2020 are now open for entries. Across 14 categories, the awards celebrate and recognise the best media coverage of developing countries; stories that break down stereotypes, change the narrative and connect people from different cultures. The Awards look to champion…

  • Highlights from a brilliant year!

    From a record-breaking number of entries to our Awards and Fellowship, to hosting the second annual Global Short Docs Forum in Kyiv, Ukraine, and a jam-packed events calendar, 2019 has been a year full of moments to celebrate!     “After a fantastic year, we’re now looking forward to 2020 and some of the exciting…

  • Are you ready?

    The One World Media Awards 2020 will open for entries on January 7th!   The One World Media Awards 2020 are open to journalists and filmmakers all over the world. Across 15 categories, the awards celebrate and recognise the best media coverage of developing countries; stories that break down stereotypes, change the narrative and connect…

  • What are top editors looking for in an investigative story?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. To wrap up this series, we’re finishing strong by delving into our third session of the event, Meet the Editors. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   It can be difficult to know what editors…

  • How do you carry out an open source investigation?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. For our second spotlight, we’ll be taking a closer look at our second session of the event, Inside Open Source Investigations. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   Earlier this year, BBC Africa Eye published…

  • We’re expanding our Fellowship to support more journalists across Africa!

    We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Google News Initiative which will extend the impact of our Fellowship to provide funding and support to an additional 10 African journalists.   Open to journalists from across Africa working in print, radio, film or multimedia, the new initiative will support those looking for the experience and connections they…

  • What is the future of investigative journalism?

    In the lead up to our Global Investigations industry day, we’ll be doing a series of spotlights on our special guest speakers. Today, we’re kicking off with our first session of the event, Dorothy Byrne – In Conversation. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW   Dorothy Byrne, Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4, is…

  • A Right to Report

    Though there is a growing recognition of the threats to media freedom, journalists and filmmakers are increasingly under pressure to report against the backdrop of restrictions, imprisonment and violence.   Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein was arrested and jailed in Egypt 2 years ago.   Whether you’re a freelance reporter, a large broadcaster or a…

  • Introducing: OWM Presents

    From Sudan’s First Flying Robot Farmer to Korean Lovers in Baghdad, explore a selection of short films, photo essays and articles created by the One World Media alumni in our new playlist! WATCH HERE