October 21st, 2011
IPS director general Mario Lubetkin, Claudia Antunes, Editor, Folha de S. Paulo and GCIS deputy CEO Vusi Mona discuss how to prmomote the IBSA story. Photo: IPS/Zukiswa Zimela
IPS partnered with the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF) to bring together Indian, Brazilian and South African media leaders to discuss issues of mutual concern ahead of the IBSA Summit in Pretoria, South Africa in October.
About 40 editors, media stakeholders and observers attended the IBSA Editors Forum on Monday, October 17, 2011 in Johannesburg, South Africa, which was held with the support of the Government Communication and Information Services (GCIS) of South Africa and the World Bank. Read more »
Africa, Asia & Pacific, Dissemination and networking, Globalization and the South, IBSA, Latin America, Providing news and content
April 19th, 2011
The discussion 'What About the Guys' focused on why including men is important in reproductive health issues. Credit: IPS.
Say ‘reproductive health’ and chances are, you think of women. But too little focus is given to discussion and initiatives around the reproductive health of men and boys – and this is why ‘what about the guys?’ was the focus of a panel discussion that IPS Asia-Pacific organised in Bangkok, Thailand in late March 2011. Read more »
Asia & Pacific, Dissemination and networking, Projects, Providing news and content
April 12th, 2011
Alternative journalism. Public journalism. Counter-journalism.Whatever one calls it, there is just good and bad journalism. But what makes good, critical journalism that digs out the ‘other’ story in a media world that is skewed toward the big, powerful and famous?
Likewise, how does one make space for diverse views in an increasingly commercial media? What skills does the relevant journalist need amid today’s information overload, the Internet and round-the-clock connectivity? Read more »
Asia & Pacific, Projects, Sustainable development
March 25th, 2011
New global geographies of power are re-shaping our world. India, Brazil and South Africa, three democratic, multi-ethnic emerging countries, created IBSA to deepen their ties and bring their voice together on the international stage. IPS news agency has established an independent news portal ibsanews.com to curate the best reporting from and about IBSA and its members. The site, available in English and in Portuguese, offers a unique window on howIPS news agency and the media of India, Brazil and South Africa are reporting issues like trade, diplomacy, environment and energy through an IBSA and South-South lens. Read more »
Africa, Asia & Pacific, Globalization and the South, Latin America, Providing news and content
January 20th, 2011
IPS is an international news agency that produces news features and analyses about development, the environment and rights. The news agency has a strong focus on developing countries, emerging economies and South-South co-operation.
Overall Purpose of the Job
IPS is seeking a technologically minded, results-driven, proactive team player, who will be responsible for the public presentation and the social marketing of the IPS editorial product online. The ideal candidate is an energetic and highly organized individual, with impeccable attention to detail, who will look for any opportunity to add value to projects. Read more »
Africa, Arab Countries, Asia & Pacific, Latin America, North America and the Caribbean