Social Impact

We train professionals, partners and organisations around
the world in developing media with a lasting impact. 

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Impact Reports

15-07-2021
RNW Media Annual Report

2020 was a year of many unexpected challenges for the global community. We adapted to a new way of working, changed our activities to respond directly to the COVID-19 crisis and tapped into our digital media expertise and creative staff to do it. Our Annual Report 2020 provides some of the highlights.

15-07-2021
RNTC Impact Study 2000-2015

We conducted research into the long-term impact of RNTC training. A survey was shared among alumni focusing on trainings held between 2000-2015 to explore the long-term impacts of these RNTC trainings on participants careers by 2020. This summary showcases highlights of the research.

Working better together

We have supported many partners in media training and capacity strengthening for social change. Organisations work with us in various ways, from strategic multi-year partnerships to supporting an one-off emergency appeal. We are always happy to discuss ways we can work together, locally or internationally. 

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    NLQF
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    Swedish Postcode Foundation
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    US Agency for Global Media
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    CARE
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    ICCO

We also offer scholarships

Through our partnership with Nuffic Global Development,
we are able to offer scholarships to media-makers in
restrictive settings who use media for social change
and create social impact.

Read more about our scholarship programmes

We are part of the RNW Media network

Partner network - RNW Media works with a partner network across the Global South of young media-makers who build digital communities for social change. 

Global network - RNW Media has an established network of partnerships including (I)NGOs, institutional donors and foundations and over 6,000 certified RNTC alumni worldwide.

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Group of young people taking photo Annual Report RNW Media 2019