Violence and insecurity

RNW plays host to African journalists on peace and justice tour

Fourteen journalists from French-speaking Africa have visited RNW headquarters as part of week-long tour of peace and justice institutions in the Netherlands. A meeting of two worlds, in more than one way, says RNW Africa Editor Hélène Michaud.

RNW in debat op AT5 over drugsgeweld in Mexico

Is er een verband te leggen tussen het cocaïnegebruik in Amsterdam en de geweldspiraal in Mexico? Pablo Gámez, redacteur van RNW Latijns-Amerika, heeft zijn twijfels. Gámez nam woensdag deel aan een boeiende discussie op de Amsterdamse stadsomroep AT5.

RNW content via Outernet to internet-deprived areas

A selection of RNW content is now being broadcast over Outernet to areas with limited or no internet access. The first content selected for the six-month pilot is Ma3akom, RNW’s 24/7 satellite channel broadcasting to Syria.

Praise for RNW’s The Hague Trials Kenya from leading journalist

“An excellent initiative, easy to read and understand, offering an international take on current proceedings at the ICC” - Kenyan journalist John Allan Namu was full of praise for RNW’s interactive The Hague Trials Kenya platform.

Journalist working for RNW local partner killed in Syria

Mohammed Alqasim, 25, a correspondent for RNW's Syrian partner Radio Rozana has been killed in Aleppo.

Hague Talks: moving peace and justice forward

Hague Talks is an interactive meeting place for creative minds and game changers in the field of peace and justice. Where you can meet a Bosnian hip hop artist fighting extreme nationalism or a Brazilian coming to terms with his own illegal adoption.

RNW staff in support of jailed Al Jazeera journalists

"Free speech and independent journalism go hand in hand and when countries lock up journalists for simply doing their job then there is something seriously wrong."

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