The Relay programme has created a new website for researchers and journalists, offering guides, case studies, updates and monthly blogs for those interested in working with the media to report research findings.
Panos London Newsletter
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Panos London. This month saw the launch of a new website from our Relay programme dedicated to news and discussion on communicating research in the media. Tania Ghosh from Relay has written a helpful journalist’s guide to reporting research findings and she will be delivering monthly updates and tips for researchers and journalists. Plus our latest blogs and features: solar energy, drugs trafficking and the human cost of development.
This guide provides practical tips and guidance for journalists and editors interested in publishing stories based on development research findings.
Five hospitals in the remote mountainous provinces of Kyrgyzstan are starting to use solar panels to transform the sun’s rays into clean energy and hot water. Komila Nabiyeva spoke to the Kyrgyz delegation at the recent UNFCCC climate change talks in Bonn to find out more about the project.
New technology, training and education are ways in which development can better our lives. Yet, we are also compelled to question what so-called development is costing us.
Juba, the capital city of the world’s newest nation, the Republic of South Sudan, spent the months leading to its independence celebrations undergoing a $60m facelift. Paul Jimbo, who has written for the Linking Southern Journalist’s project, discusses the changing city.