07/23/2012 | Lilly Peel
What does it mean to live with HIV and AIDS in the developing world? With the International AIDS Conference in full swing this week, we have put together a collection of stories and first-person accounts from courageous men and women in Africa who are tackling their HIV status.
05/14/2012 | Olivia Bennett
Olivia Bennett talks about her recent pubication, Displaced: The Human Cost of Development and Resettlement, based on learning and oral testimonies from a Panos London project.
12/24/2011 | Zarina Geloo
Aliness Munyanta speaks to us about how Anti RetroViral treatment helped her to conceive a beautiful baby girl after losing two children to AIDS.
07/21/2011 | Panos London
This case study describes how media coverage of tuberculosis in Zambia benefited from better working relationships between journalists and health researchers. In it the Relay programme recommends ways for research organisations and journalists to overcome their professional differences in order to counteract stigma and to improve the quality of health reporting in developing countries.
07/19/2011 | Tania
This case study shares recommendations and details the lessons learned during a communications project to improve media reporting on tuberculosis (TB) in Zambia.
01/20/2011 | Panos London
RELAY worked with TARGETS Research Consortium on TB to improve research informed media coverage and debate on the issue. The project included: A literature review and media on reporting TB, Sorting fact from fiction: Improving media reporting on TB, September 2008. Alongside three print and three radio featuers no TB issues and research. A two-day…
11/13/2010 | Panos London
Overview Researchers working for universities, governments or private companies are doing vital investigation into issues – such as clean water, food security and sexual health – that directly affect the everyday life of people around the world. However they often communicate the results only to other researchers. Research findings can create powerful stories for news…
01/12/2010 | Arnold Tutu
Zambia is pumping money into the commercial farming sector in the hope of turning around its economy. With overseas investors being invited to run farms on prime agricultural land, can smaller Zambian farmers hope to compete?
12/02/2009 | Panos London
This video explores, and explains, the process of oral testimony, and why it’s an essential aspect of poverty reduction.
02/24/2009 | Samba Yonga
As the global downturn bites, Zambia's copper industry is shedding thousands of jobs. It's a bitter blow for workers who enjoyed a short boom after years of hardship but now fear destitution.