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Source Year Country Organisation Author
Measuring Beyond Money: The Media Viability Indicators (MVIs) 2020 Global Deutsche Welle Akademie Jurrat, N. & Moore, L.
Bibliography on COVID-19 and Civic Space 2020 Global Utrecht University Barendsen, W. et al.
African Journalism in the Eye of the Pandemic Storm 2020 Africa Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) Federation of African Journalists (FAJ)
Gender aspects of employment and career in the media sector of Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine 2020 Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine Fojo Media Institute Fojo Media Institute
A woman’s got to write what a woman’s got to write: the effect of journalist’s gender on the perceived credibility of news articles 2020 Netherlands Klaas, E. & Boukes, M
Publish Less, but Publish Better: Pivoting to Paid in Local News 2020 Finland, France, Germany, United Kingdom Reuters Jenkins, J.
Few Winners, Many Losers: the COVID-19 Pandemic’s Dramatic and Unequal Impact on Independent News Media 2020 Global Reuters Institute & University of Oxford Kleis Nielsen, R. et al.
Calling for Coalitions: A Look at Successful Media and Advocacy Partnerships 2020 Kenya, Nigeria, Peru, South Africa Columbia University Chen, Y. et al.
Mapping Covid-19 Numbers in Bangladesh 2020 Bangladesh Free Press Unlimited Free Press Unlimited
Maintaining Human Rights during Health Emergencies: Brief on Standards Regarding the Right to Information 2020 Global Centre for Law and Democracy Centre for Law and Democracy
Covid-19 News and Information from State-Backed Outlets Targeting French, German and Spanish-Speaking Social Media Users: Understanding Chinese, Iranian, Russian and Turkish Outlets 2020 China, Iran, Russia, Turkey Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford) Rebello, K. at al.
Women’s rights online; Closing the digital gender gap for a more equal world 2020 Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia, Uganda World Wide Web Foundation Chair, C. et al.