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How INGOs can embrace the changing media landscape
February 15, 2021

How INGOs can embrace the changing media landscape

The pandemic has transformed the media landscape, accelerating the shift to digital and remote story gathering practices. Chloe Choppen, author of IBT's latest report The Media: Where Next? outlines some of the key recommendations for INGOs hoping to take advantage of these changes.

Comic Relief is right to stop sending celebrities to Africa
October 30, 2020

Comic Relief is right to stop sending celebrities to Africa

Comic Relief’s decision to no longer send celebrities to African nations as part of its fundraising appeals is a welcome move, and will hopefully go some way towards dispelling the myths that exist around Africa, says Chine Mcdonald.

International content for children prioritised in the YACF’s first round of funding
November 06, 2019

International content for children prioritised in the YACF’s first round of funding

The £57m Young Audiences Content Fund (YACF) has announced its first slate of production and development awards, and we are pleased to see a clear focus on content that informs children about the wider world. For this first installment, the YACF will be co-funding a mix of nine series and specials, across six broadcasters (Channel…

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May 21, 2024

Screening: Unreported World: Haiti: Pregnant & On the Run

Thank you for your interest in this event. We are now at capacity. If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please register as normal and we will get in touch if there is space. 

Channel 4 will be hosting a special screening of this recent episode of Unreported World for IBT members in collaboration with One World Media. The film investigates the plight of pregnant women who are fleeing gang violence in Haiti and having their babies in the neighbouring Dominican Republic. Unreported World is Channel 4’s primetime global current affairs strand with a focus on telling stories that do not usually reach the mainstream media. We’re delighted to partner with them for this event.

The screening will be followed by a Q and A and networking.


Chair: Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Lead Presenter, Channel 4 News

Guillermo Galdos, Latin America correspondent, Channel 4 News

Russell Gates, Regional Director, Central Africa and Haiti, Concern Worldwide

Andy Lee, Series Producer for Unreported World, Channel 4 (@AndyLeeC4)

Nevine Mabro, Commissioning Editor, News and Current Affairs, Channel 4


The screening will take place at Channel 4 in Horseferry Road, London SW1 on Tuesday May 21st. This is an in-person event only. There will be no livestream.

6.30pm registration and drinks
7pm Film screening and Q and A
8pm Networking and drinks
8.30pm Event ends

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