MAN secretary, province coordinator felicitated as women achievers

  • 09 March,2021

KATHMANDU: On the occasion of International Women's Day marked on March 8, Arati Shilpakar, Secretary of Media Action Nepal (MAN) has been recognized as one of the 'Women Achievers' by Public Relation Council of India (PRCI), while Sanju Paudel, Lumbini Province Coordinator for MAN was felicitated by DV Education Network.

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Media Action Nepal selects Pant as its new chairperson

  • 28 February,2021

KATHMANDU: The second national convention of Media Action Nepal, a research based media rights advocacy group, concluded in Kathmandu on February 27 has selected Laxman Datt Pant, an internationally acclaimed media expert, researcher and media rights advocate as its new chairperson. Pant was selected as the chairperson for the second term for next four years.

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MoU signed to enhance media research and to capacitate journalists

  • 21 February,2021

KATHMANDU: Aiming to enhance the quality of media research and to capacitate journalists in central and south Asia, Media Action Nepal and Online University, Kyrgyz Republic have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). This MoU aims to engage working journalists, media scholars and aspiring journalists to engage in range of activities to promote credible and accountable media.

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Study finds 3.70 percent misleading news in Nepali media, recommends to invest in capacity building of journalists

  • 27 January,2021

KATHMANDU: A study titled "Misleading News in Media: A Study of Newspapers and Online News Portals of Nepal" conducted by Media Action Nepal has found a total of 3.70 percent misleading news in Nepal's national level daily newspapers and online news portals. It has recommended investing in the capacity building of journalists to understand various dimensions of ethical journalism in order to prevent disinformation and promote media credibility. The study analyzed a total of 49,051 news stories including 23,291 (47.48 percent) published in 10 daily newspapers and 25,760 (52.32 percent) published in 10 online news portals and found 3.70 percentmisleading information on these media outlets.

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Media scholars call for safe and non-discriminatory environment in newsrooms

  • 09 December,2020

KATHMANDU: Scholars and media experts have shown their concerns to the growing cases of gender-based threats and discrimination that continue to characterize journalism across the world. They have provided their insights to promoting gender equality in journalism through studies carried out in 11 countries incorporating the level and nature of threats faced by journalists and gender discrimination in journalism.

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Training webinars conclude with a call for increased SRHR ethical reporting in the context of COVID-19

  • 08 November,2020

KATHMANDU: Four separate two day- long virtual training programs have been successfully concluded with a call for increased media reporting on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) issues in the context of COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal. A total of 40 young health journalists from seven provinces and the Kathmandu valley were selected on the basis of their interest and experience to participate in the training. 26 women journalists participated in this training meaning more than 50 percent of the participants in the training were women journalists.

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Journalists trained on SRHR and ethical reporting

  • 31 October,2020

KATHMANDU: A recent study carried out by Media Action Nepal showed that Nepali media has often failed to prioritize sexual and reproductive health rights issues or report them in an accurate manner. A need was felt for capacity building of media on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights reporting in the context of COVID-19 Pandemic. For the same purpose, training has been organized by Media Action Nepal in collaboration with ADRA Nepal for the knowledge and capacity enhancement of the journalists from all the provinces who have been dedicated towards working in the health beat.

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Towards gender equality in media: Promoting participation of women journalists

  • 30 September,2020

KATHMANDU: The issue of underrepresentation of women in media has long been a public debate. With a plethora of students and young aspirants trying to make a career in the field of journalism, discussing opportunities and challenges from the perspective of young women who are already in journalism career brought about an enlightening webinar session on 29 September 2020. Organized by Media Action Nepal, this webinar saw two international female speakers and three young national journalists. Mr. Laxman Datt Pant and Ms. Priyanka Jha were the other participants who represented Media Action Nepal.

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Live up to journalism ethos, upper house chair tells media persons

  • 16 September,2020

KATHMANDU: Spreading fake news and information by media is an utter insult to the constitution that guarantees freedom of the press. Chairperson of the National Assembly, Ganesh Prasad Timilsina, said this today while addressing the closing ceremony of a training programme organized by Media Action Nepal in collaboration with the U.S Embassy in Nepal. The training on “Preventing Disinformation and Promoting Credible Journalism” brought together 30 journalists who had three productive days through virtual sessions by renowned experts.

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Journalists empowered to prevent disinformation

  • 13 September,2020

KATHMANDU: Working journalists from the district of Ilam, who participated in a three day follow-up training in combating disinformation, organized by Media Action Nepal in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Nepal, have been empowered to prevent disinformation and misinformation.

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Experts call for countering the infodemic to promote credible journalism

  • 04 September,2020

KATHMANDU: The spread of COVID-19 pandemic has brought along the crisis of infodemic affecting the vulnerable communities with unmanageable flow of information and data. Speakers of the webinar “countering the infodemic” organized by Media Action Nepal on September 3, 2020, shared their insights on ways confronting misinformation and vaccinating the vulnerable communities with right information.

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Media training on fake information ends with a call for ethical, credible journalism

  • 02 August,2020

KATHMANDU: While carrying out their duty to inform people, journalists should always practice an ethical, responsible and credible journalism in any situation — the COVID-19 pandemic context or normal circumstances.Speakers said this at a virtual training programme organized by Media Action Nepal in collaboration with the U.S Embassy in Nepal. Sixteen journalists, including six female reporters, of Chitwan representing different media outlets were part of the three-day training that concluded on July 31, 2020.

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Webinar on Preventing Disinformation

  • 06 August,2020

Group 2 : August 4-6, 2020 for 16 journalists of Nawalpur and Nawalparasi The purpose of this training is to stimulate exchange of both theoretical and practical knowledge among journalists to encourage the media to be more accurate and credible thus to build positive public perceptions on the media content. The training mainly aims to prevent disinformation and misinformation so to contribute to preserving hard won freedoms and help in strengthening democracy through better adherence to professional standards and commitment to the principles of accountability and media ethics. The training also aims to impart techniques of verifying information so to promote the fact checking culture among journalists.

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'Journalists of corporate media are more distressed in Nepal’

  • 12 July,2020

KATHMANDU: Journalists working with the corporate media houses in Nepal are found to be more distressed than those of smaller and community based media outlets. Panelists of the Webinar on “Covid-19 Economic downturn and safety of journalists in Nepal” organized by Media Action Nepal (MAN) on July 10 voiced their concerns about fellow journalists and discussed ways overcoming professional safety challenges the latter are facing amid COVID19.

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Experts highlight on revising journalism curricula

  • 02 July,2020

KATHMANDU/Sagarika Tewari: Speakers of the webinar on ‘Journalism and Media Education in Nepal' highlighted on revising and improving the curriculum of journalism and media studies towards a more practical and skill oriented direction. They have also sought for the need of collaboration between media organizations and academics.

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Regressive media bill passed allowing government to confiscate communication equipment

  • 30 June,2020

KATHMANDU/MAN Monitoring Desk: The provincial assembly of Province number 2 of Nepal has passed a regressive media bill allowing the provincial government to confiscate the equipment of the media house. A ‘bill to make arrangements for the provincial media’ has been passed by the provincial assembly on June 27. Sections 62 and 63 of the bill have provisions to confiscate communication equipment used for printing newspapers and operating online news portals respectively.

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More needs to be done to Ensure Gender Sensitivity in Media

  • 12 June,2020

KATHMANDU : The webinar on ‘Gender Sensitivity in Media’ organized by World Communicators’ Council (WCC), Nepal Chapter on Wednesday recommended on the need for change in media structure, re-engineering of finances, promoting best practices, and being sensitive on use of language and content presentation among others to ensure gender sensitivity in media.

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MAN joins #FreeThePress Campaign, urges Asian heads of state to release jailed journalists

  • 05 May,2020

KATHMANDU: Media Action Nepal (MAN)-a media rights advocacy and research organization based in Nepal has joined#FreeThePress -an initiative by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)that started on March 30 launching a petition and publishing an open letter to world leaders urging the immediate release of all journalists imprisoned for their work.

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WPFD2020 : MAN Calls to Stand by Commitments to Protect Press Freedom

  • 03 May,2020

KATHMANDU: Media Action Nepal (MAN) - a media rights advocacy group promoting independent and accountable media in Nepal has expressed its serious concerns over the obstacles to free flow of information in Nepal. Issuing a statement on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day that falls on May 3, Mr. Laxman Datt Pant, and Chairperson of MAN urged the government of Nepal to stand by its commitments to promote freedom of the press and free flow of information. ‘The authorities in Nepal should create environment conducive for journalists to work freely and to have easy access to sources for journalists to report the global pandemic in safe environment’, the statement reads.

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PRCI confers ‘Intl Communication Excellence Award’ on MAN Chairperson Pant

  • 12 March,2020

BANGALORE: Laxman Datt Pant, internationally acclaimed communications expert and the chairperson of Media Action Nepal (MAN) has been conferred with the prestigious 'International Communication Excellence Award'. Public Relations Council of India (PRCI) conferred the award on Pant for his extraordinary contributions to the global media development and professional journalism. Pant received the award amid the ceremony organized on March 6, 2020 in Bangalore, India during the 14th Global Communication Conclave.

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Journalists trained on ‘credible and responsible journalism’

  • 11 March,2020

ILAM: With an aim to encourage the media to be more accurate and credible, working journalists from the districts of Panchthar, Jhapa and Ilam were trained on different dimensions of credible and ethical journalism focusing on identifying and preventing disinformation and fake news. They were introduced with the various aspects of ethical and credible media during the first phase residential training that took place from 27 to 28 February, 2020 in Ilam district of the Province number 1.

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Prevent Disinformation to Promote Credible Journalism: Study

  • 01 March,2020

KATHMANDU: Media Action Nepal (MAN) has carried out a study to examine whether Nepalese media outlets follow the standards of credible journalism in order to prevent disinformation and misinformation. The study recommends that the media, which has the responsibility of informing the citizens by disseminating accurate and realistic information, should prevent misleading and fake stories.

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Laws turning media landscape into a lethal minefield

  • 09 February,2020

KATHMANDU: The country (Nepal) ranks fairly better than its Asian counterparts. However, its policies and laws are slowly turning the media landscape into a lethal minefield. Needless to say that even though Nepal fares better than the rest of Asia in terms of press freedom—ranking 106 out of 180 as opposed to China (176), Bangladesh (146), Pakistan (139), India (138) and Myanmar (137), among others—its policies and toxic nationalism signals an equally alarming trend that often goes unnoticed in the eyes of the international community.

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Amend IT Bill to protect independent journalism

  • 13 January,2020

KATHMANDU: Media Action Nepal (MAN), a research based media rights organization working for the promotion of independent and accountable media is deeply concerned on the restrictive provisions of the controversial Information Technology Bill. The Bill passed on December 29, 2019 ignores the fundamental rights provisions of the Nepal’s Constitution and the international human rights treaties particularly the Articles 12, 19 and 28 of the Constitution and the Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, said Laxman Datt Pant, Chairperson of Media Action Nepal. The provisions within the Bill are restrictive to freedom of expression and discourages investigative and independent journalism, Pant added.

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Handbook of Research on Combating Threats to Media Freedom and Journalist Safety

  • 12 January,2020

KATHMANDU: A handbook of Research on Combating Threats to Media Freedom and Journalist Safety has been published evaluating diverse threats and their impact on journalists’ wellbeing, their right to freedom of expression, and overall media freedoms in various countries including Nepal. The study assesses inadequacies in national security policies, planning, and coordination relating to the safety of journalists in different countries.

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Baseline study on ‘preventing disinformation and misinformation’

  • 09 January,2020

KATHMANDU: By deviating from ethical and responsible journalism and code of conduct, journalists in Nepal are only aiding the efforts of those who wish to stifle media freedom. The Press Council of Nepal (PCN), which regulates the content of print media primarily for enforcing the Code of Journalistic Ethics, received 676 complaints (including self-monitoring) against media until July, 2019.

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Nepal: International Day for Universal Access to Information Marked in Kathmandu

  • 02 October,2019

KATHMANDU: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) partnered with Media Action Nepal (MAN) to mark the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) in Kathmandu 28 September 2018. The programme focused on missing persons in the country and utilizing Right to Information tools to know their whereabouts.

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Agro journalists oriented on agriculture and livestock issues

  • 30 June,2019

KATHMANDU: Agro journalists were oriented on agriculture and livestock issues to contribute for the economic growth. They were introduced with the various aspects of agriculture and media relations via national level media workshop on ‘agriculture and economic growth’ that took place on 25th June 2019 in Kathmandu. The workshop organized jointly by Heifer International Nepal and Media Action Nepal (MAN) was attended by total of 30 journalists from national media outlets who were trained on different aspects of agriculture and livestock polices concentrating on the role they can play in implementing the same.

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Journalists of Sudurpaschim Province equipped on ‘parliamentary reporting’

  • 04 June,2019

With an aim to build journalists’ capacity on provincial level parliamentary reporting and to encourage the media outlets to prioritize and play a critical role for effective functioning of the federalism, three separate two day-long media capacity building training sessions on ‘parliamentary reporting’ have been successfully concluded in Sudurpaschim Province of Nepal. Three separate training sessions that took place in Baitadi, Bajhang and Kailali districts from April 17 to 24, 2019 saw an active and interactive presence of the working journalists of the province.

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MAN publishes handbook on ‘parliamentary journalism’

  • 08 April,2019

KATHMANDU: With an aim to equip journalists on various dimensions of the parliament-media relations and to offer them with practical guidance on covering parliamentary businesses and deliberations, Media Action Nepal (MAN) has published a handbook on ‘parliamentary reporting’. The publication titled “Parliament-Media Relations: A Handbook on Parliamentary Journalism” presents an in-depth analysis of the parliament-media relations in the context of Nepal’s new federal set up. In addition to being a source of knowledge for reporters specializing in parliamentary affairs, the handbook sketches historical background of the parliamentary reporting, freedom of expression and right to information provisions in the Nepalese constitution along with federal and provincial parliamentary arrangements.

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Journalists trained on agriculture and economic growth issues

  • 26 January,2019

BIRATNAGAR: With an aim to encourage media outlets to prioritize agricultural news and to discuss the role of media in agriculture and economic growth, a three day-long media capacity building workshop has been successfully concluded on January 25 in Biratnagar of Province-1. The workshop, which was organized jointly by Media Action Nepal (MAN) and Heifer International Nepal, saw the presence of 32 journalists, of which 10 were women, from the districts of Sunsari, Morang, Jhapa, Sindhuli, Bara, Sarlahi, Dhanusha, Rautahat and Mahottari.

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Amend controversial press freedom provisions: Report

  • 20 January,2019

KATHMANDU : A report on the status of media freedom was released today (20 January 2019) amid a function in Kathmandu. The report prepared by the Media Action Nepal (MAN), a media rights body defending press freedom, calls for an immediate amendment to the conflicting provisions in the National Criminal Code Act. Enacted in August last year, some of the clauses in the new law have restrictive provisions that curtail press freedom.

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Consolidating media’s role in promoting agricultural productivity

  • 14 January,2019

CHITWAN: While the concept of “food sovereignty”—people’s right to decide what they eat and what they produce—has been overwhelmingly incorporated under the Constitution as a sacrosanct fundamental right, the experts, journalists and stakeholders emphasized on consolidating media’s role in promoting agricultural productivity.

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Media Capacity Building Workshop concludes

  • 08 January,2019

NEPALGUNJ-At a time when the issue of agriculture, food adulteration, or food sovereignty have been under the national discourse, a three-day long training aiming to enhance the knowledge in agriculture journalism concluded today in Nepalgunj of Province-5. The program, which was organized jointly by Media Action Nepal and HEIFER International Nepal, saw the presence of 31 journalists, of which 13 were women, from the western districts of Banke, Bardiya, Dang, Surkhet, Salyan and Pyuthan.

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MAN establishes Monitoring Desk

  • 01 January,2019

In an attempt to document and analyze the cases of press freedom violations in Nepal, Media Action Nepal (MAN) has set up with a dedicated 24/7 Media Rights Violations Monitoring Desk (MRVMD). The desk will look after media rights violations, analyze the cases on the basis of international standards and provide with its recommendations to key stakeholders to take actions against perpetrators engaged in crimes against journalists.

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MAN bags Australian Grant for Media Development

  • 05 October,2018

KATHMANDU: Media Action Nepal (MAN)-has been awarded with the Australian Government’s grant to initiate dialogue between state organs and the media, and to encourage the media outlets to prioritize and play a critical role for effective functioning of the federalism.

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MAN marks International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI)

  • 28 September,2018

‘KATHMANDU-- Media Action Nepal(MAN),in collaboration with the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), organized an interaction program titled ‘Utilizing Right to Information tools to know whereabouts of the disappeared persons in Nepal’, to mark the International Day for Universal Access to Information that falls on September 28.

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MAN to Sensitize Media on Agricultural and Economic Growth

  • 07 September,2018

It is undeniable that media sector in Nepal is vibrant and flourishing with growth being witnessed across all media: print, electronic, radio, and online. However, the quality of content is missing even from the national media. There is a strong need of increased representation of the sustainable livelihood and the agricultural issues in the media. For this end, Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with Heifer International is conducting a nationwide media sensitization campaign to equip journalists with advance knowledge on sustainable livelihood issues, agricultural potentials and economic growth.

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Muzzling the media: Threat to democracy

  • 02 September,2018

If media’s freedom is compromised, it will shrink democratic space, and government agencies will be less accountable and transparent. Curtailing media rights will mean curtailing individual rights and freedom of expression

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New Nepali criminal code threatens press freedom

  • 20 August,2018

Washington, D.C., -Nepal's government must repeal or amend the new criminal code that came into effect on August 17 to remove provisions that severely threaten press freedom, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.The law criminalizes a range of ordinary journalistic activity, according to newsreports and analysis of the law provided to CPJ by the Center for Investigative Journalism, Nepal (CIJ) and Media Action Nepal (MAN), an independent Nepali press freedom organization. Provisions of the law prohibit the release of private information without prior consent or satirizing and disrespecting an individual. Depending on the infraction, journalists could face fines of up to 30,000 rupees (US$270) and imprisonment of up to three years.

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Seminar on Safety and Gender Sensitivity in Media

  • 22 July,2018

A day long seminar on safety of women journalists in South Asia focusing Bangladesh and Nepal has been successfully organized at BRAC Center, Dhaka on July 21, 2018. The seminar organized by ARTICLE19 South Asia Office was addressed by Mr. Laxman Datt Pant, Chairperson of Media Action (MAN) and Ms. Kalpana Acharya, Editor-in-Chief of Health TV Online as the international experts to share current media development scenario and the status of women journalists in Nepal.

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Journalists trained on refugee laws and ethical reporting

  • 01 June,2018

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), organized a two-day long residential media workshop for the journalists. The training workshop titled “Media Understanding on Refugee Issues in Nepal” was attended by 25 working journalists of three eastern districts of Morang, Jhapa and Ilam that took place at Ilam on May 30-31, 2018.

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MAN organizes seminar on Role of 'Media in Peace Building'

  • 24 January,2018

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) organized a national seminar on Role of Media in Peace Building at Hotel Yak and Yeti, Kathmandu, on January 23, 2018. The seminar was attended by high level government authorities, heads of the constitutional bodies, media professionals and journalists from different media outlets. The seminar was divided into two parts: inaugural session and working session.

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Pant addresses Special Session on ‘Protection Mechanisms in Asia’

  • 05 December,2017

Mr. Laxman Datt Pant, Chairperson of Media Action Nepal (MAN) has participated in the international seminar titled ‘Reinforcing Regional Cooperation to Promote Freedom of Expression and the Rule of Law in Asia’ organized in Colombo-the capital city of Sri Lanka on December 4, 2017. The seminar organized by UNESCO and the Sri Lankan Ministry of Finance and Media sought to advance dialogues and strategies to strengthen the regional cooperation on safety of journalists and ending impunity in Asia.

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MAN Chairperson participates in WAPC, SAAPC meeting

  • 19 November,2017

Mr. Laxman Datt Pant, Chairperson of Media Action Nepal (MAN) has participated in four different events organized in New Delhi from November 15 to 18, 2017. Pant, who participated in two separate meetings as an international expert each organized by World Association of Press Councils (WAPC) and South Asian Alliance for Press Councils (SAAPC) on November 16 and 17, 2017 has also attended the Valedictory of the National Press Day of India on November 16 and an International Seminar on ‘Challenges before Media’ on November 18 in New Delhi, India.

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Women Journalists trained on Gender Sensitivity and Professional Safety

  • 05 November,2017

South Asia regional training workshop for women journalists was organized in Godawari, Nepal, on 3-4 November 2017. The training workshop attended by 21 women journalists from Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan was organized by Media Action Nepal (MAN) and ARTICLE 19 as part of organizers’ campaign on ending impunity for crimes against journalists and those who exercise the right to freedom of expression.

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Peace Summit concludes discussing media’s role for peace-building

  • 19 September,2017

The global peace summit and festival celebrating the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Alliance of Religions' Peace (WARP) concluded in Seoul, Republic of Korea discussing the implementation of peace building initiatives and seeking role of media for sustainable peace across the world.

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MAN Joins Media Forum to Discuss the Responsibility of the Press

  • 18 June,2017

Media Action Nepal (MAN) has participated in the first Nepali Online Media Forum on “The Freedom and Responsibility of the Press for a Just and Peaceful Society” on June 10, 2017. The forum hosted by Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international NGO cooperating with national and local organizations, including youths, women and media experts for peace and stability.

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MAN Chairperson Addresses Special Session on Safety of Journalists

  • 05 May,2017

Laxman Datt Pant, renowned media rights advocate and the Chairperson of Media Action Nepal (MAN) invited as the panelist during the session on the 'Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity' organized on May 4, 2017 at Jakarta Convention Center in Indonesia in relation to the celebration of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD), 2017.

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International Seminar on Role of Media in Promoting India-Nepal Relations

  • 07 April,2017

Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication (MCU), Bhopal, India in association with Media Action Nepal (MAN), Kathmandu University and B.P Koirala India- Nepal Foundation (BPKF) has successfully organized a two –day long international seminar on role of media in promoting India-Nepal relations. The seminar organized from 3-4 April, 2017 at Hotel Himalaya, Lalitpur discussed number of issues concerning the role of media in promoting Indo-Nepal relations.

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MAN Commemorates International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

  • 10 November,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with UNESCO commemorated the “International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists” by launching a study report “Supporting Safety of Journalists in Nepal: An Assessment Based on UNESCO’s Safety Indicators” on November 9 in Kathmandu.

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MAN joins Inclusive Media Campaign (IMC)

  • 13 September,2016

MAN joins Inclusive Media Campaign (IMC) Media Action Nepal (MAN) –an institution advocating freedom of expression, media professionalism and inclusive media content since its establishment, has joined Inclusive Media Campaign (IMC). Established in 2008, IMC is a network of media related civil society organizations active in advocating media pluralism and inclusive media content.

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MAN launches television show to discuss development

  • 15 June,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with TV Today Television has started with the production and airing of a weekly talk show–POWERchat.

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National Seminar on Journalism Education in Nepal

  • 13 June,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in collaboration with the University Grants Commission (UGC) and National Integrated College (NIC) organized a two day long national seminar on “Overcoming Challenges of Journalism Education in Nepal” from May 16 to 17, 2016 in Kathmandu.

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Interaction between MAN and Nebaraska University

  • 24 May,2016

Media Action Nepal, an academic non-governmental organization, in association with Department of Journalism and Mass Communication of Nebaraska University, USA, organized one day interaction titled “Media and Contemporary issues in Nepal”. The event was organized at Media Action Nepal.

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MAN celebrates World Press Freedom Day

  • 04 May,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) with support from UNESCO and in collaboration with media studies programme of Kathmandu University organized a national seminar on the status of right to information laws and their effective use by investigative journalists on May 3, 2016 in Kathmandu.

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Orientation on access to information at Kathmandu University

  • 29 April,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) in association with UNESCO and Media Studies Program of Kathmandu University organized an orientation program among media students on April 28 to mark World Press Freedom Day (WPFD).

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Orientation on access to information at Tribhuwan University

  • 30 April,2016

Media Action Nepal (MAN) with support from UNESCO Office Kathmandu organized an orientation program among media students at National Integrated College (NIC), Tribhuwan University (TU) on April 29, 2016.

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Discussion on journalists' code of conduct

  • 18 January,2016

Discussion on journalists' code of conduct

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