INNJA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit  organization  provides a platform and encourages  to enhance journalism ethics.

About Us

Founded in 2018 by a group of Nepali origin journalists in USA, INNJA, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit  organization  provides a platform and Encourages Ethical Journalism.  


Guided by the core values of Integrity, accountability, respect and creativity, INNJA envisions a world in which the Nepali origin journalists will demonstrate the high standard journalism ethics to show respect and humanity. 


INNJA works in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas.

Our Mission

INNJA’s mission is to connect, educate and inspire Nepali origin journalists around the world to enhance high standard journalism..

Our Vision

INNJA, a global network of Nepali origin journalists that drives innovation from the ground up to enhance journalism- resulting in meaningful and measurable change and to promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in journalism, based on principles of truth and accuracy, independence, fairness and impartiality, humanity and accountability by the provision of education, training and networking of journalists and the publication of useful research materials.

Promoting Visit Nepal 2020!

We are the change that we seek! 

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Friends of INNJA- Pratik Dahal sharing his experiences of his recent trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp promoting Tourism in Nepal. Please watch this video sharing Pratik’s experiences.  

INNJA proudly thanks Pratik on his initiative to promote tourism in Nepal.

This video was presented during INNJA’s benefit luncheon held on 17th November 2019 in Virginia. 

#visitnepal2020 #innja #nepaltourism

 

Visit Nepal 2020-  A Drive for 2 million Tourist arrivals is the campaign going on Nepal so as to promote the Tourism in Nepal. 

Why you should visit Nepal?



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Partnership & Collaboration

Want to Work with INNJA?

In order to achieve its goals, INNJA has embarked on fundraising drive through various donor organizations. We think that journalism and community should move together for the benefit of our community members. Besides promoting professional journalism, we are also aiming to raise funds to help our community-based organizations in the promotion of Nepali culture; and training and capacity building on social work through INNJA networking program.    

We think that a strong partnership and community participation is needed to implement these activities. We encourage all nonprofit and consulting agencies to submit their expression of interest to work with INNJA. 

INNJA's Activities

Visit Nepal 2020- A mission to promote Tourism in Nepal.

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Visit Nepal 2020-  A Drive for 2 million Tourist arrivals is the campaign going on Nepal so as to promote the Tourism in Nepal. 

Why you should visit Nepal?

Visitnepal2020

Watch Video: Mt. Everest trekking experiences

Features on Innja

Resources

Working to support, protect and recognize Journalists

Standing up for journalists under attack for pursuing the truth!

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 On November 1, 2019 the Coalition launched the ninth monthly "10 Most Urgent" list (ranked in order of urgency), calling attention to the most pressing cases of journalists under attack for pursuing the truth. 

10 Most Urgent, November 2019 

Resources For Women Journalists

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The media is not truly free and representative without the equal voice of women. Through our programs we empower women journalists with the training, opportunities, and support to become leaders in the news industry. 


Women journalists often face unique challenges while doing their jobs. International Nepali Journalists Association - INJA  has gathered resources to help our female colleagues around the world find networks, resources and tools to handle issues such as online harassment, workplace discrimination and gender-based violence, as well as easily locate opportunities and support designed specifically for women journalists.  Learn More 

Legal Aasistance For Journalists !

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Throughout much of the world, journalists’ legal rights of expression and access to information are ever-changing — and physical harm or financial injury are too often common. So it is some comfort to know that there are organizations willing to defend those legal rights .  INJA has gathered a list of  several well-established groups that specialize in getting legal assistance for  our journalists, as well as other helpful resources .

Learn More

INNJA Networking:A Mission to Promote Community Journalism

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Promoting community journalism with high standard journalism ethics to ensure independent fact-based reporting to tell all sides of the story, and to show respect and humanity.  

Send your Stories

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 INJA has initiated to give a global platform for the journalists and online media to publish/post their news and articles  in inja networking facebook page. If you have such stories, you can email to us at info@injaglobal.org

INJA helps support Nepali origin journalists around world.

Promoting Community Journalism through INNJA Networking

Freedom of the Press

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The U.S Press Freedom Tracker is based on a coalition that shares knowledge about threats to press freedom across the country. Freedom of the Press Foundation, a press freedom advocacy organization, manages the day-to-day operations of the site. The Committee to Protect Journalists heads a steering committee that includes the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, Reporters Without Borders, and Index on Censorship.  

More details: Visit U.S Press Freedom Tracker website

Violations of press freedom barometer

Violations of press freedom barometer: 

See  the 2019 barometer   in Reporters without boarders Website.


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2019 World Press Freedom Index

Reporters Without Borders  has just released our 2019 World Press Freedom Index. It shows how hatred of journalists has degenerated into violence, contributing to an increase in fear. The number of countries regarded as safe, where journalists can work in complete security, continues to decline, while authoritarian regimes continue to tighten their grip on the media. Learn more

 

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 Registered in Virginia, the International Network for Nepali Journalists (INNJA) is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code (US) (EIN # 83-1390522).  

International Network for Nepali Journalists

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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission to promote Nepali Language. Watch Promo

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"ChhunuMunu"- Nepali language learning application

ChhunuMunu is the Nepali language learning application dedicated to our kids. We think that the contributions toward community will help promote community journalism! Let's help support the ChhunuMunu project to conserve our precious Nepali language.