Strategic Ecosystem Framework

Pax Memoria's framework and programs are aimed to enhance media integrity, rehumanize digital memories on environmental catastrophes in conflict zones, build capacity in media reporting, and support documentation and collective action for climate justice and accountability. We do so through an intersectional feminist lens.

Our strategic ecosystem framework implementation relies on five core principles. Integration and Synergy: Ensuring that all programs and initiatives are interconnected, reinforcing each other for a cohesive impact strategy. Adaptive Learning: Continuously evaluating the effectiveness of programs and adapting strategies based on feedback and evolving needs. Community and Grassroots/Stakeholder Engagement: Actively involving local communities, survivors, and professionals in program development and execution, ensuring relevance and effectiveness. Sustainability and Growth: Strengthen partnerships with local organizations for project execution, focusing on building their capacity to sustain initiatives beyond the project lifecycle. Gender-Sensitive Approach in Action and Commitment to Women-Led Leadership: Pax Memoria explicitly commits to fostering a work environment and program implementation strategy that prioritzes women’s leadership and promotes gender sensitivity across all levels of operations.

Capacity Building

Capacity Building

We aim to enhance the skills and knowledge of journalists and human rights defenders for impactful climate reporting and campaigning.

Memories of Conflict & Climate Change

Memories of Conflict & Climate Change

Our goal is to reshape climate crisis events into powerful counter-narratives to raise awareness, deepen understanding and mobilize action for climate justice.

Nawa Media

Nawa Media

Our goal is to enhance access to evidence-based reports and quality journalism in the North African and Western Asian (NAWA)

Dive into our programs and projects in more depth

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Climate Change
Open-source investigations
Fact-checking & media monitoring
Fellowships
Advocacy and campaigning
Campaigns

Climate Change Archive

Using a combination of ethnographic methods and open-source investigation techniques that encourage reflection and engagement, we compile environmental counter-narratives showcasing the environmental toll of war and crises. 

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Advancing Localized Knowledge

We produce localized open-source investigation tools that reflect the linguistic diversity in our region, alongside self-paced training resources through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and blogs that explore innovative journalistic forms and reporting techniques. Further enhancing these capabilities, we design resources that amplify advocacy efforts and strengthen environmental narratives. Our comprehensive offerings extend to include strategies for environmental reporting, along with tools for impactful environmental journalism and digital campaigning.

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Climate & Conflict Mis/Disinformation Response

Our team conducts rapid verification and analysis of pressing events related to climate change and conflict zones using open-source investigation, reporting and fact-checking techniques. 

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NAWA Media Lab Fellowship 

We offer limited fellowships to early-career journalists to embed in one of four units, during which they will receive bespoke training on rigorous and innovative journalism and investigation techniques tailored to their interests, culminating in the publication of a portfolio with a partner organization.

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Integrated Trainings

We offer comprehensive, region- and theme-specific training in journalism skills, solidarity reporting, OSINT, ethical reporting, digital safety, and effective advocacy and campaigning strategies.

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Innovative Media Campaigns for Environmental Awareness

We bring to light the environmental impacts of war and conflict through localized counter-narratives, aiming to attract and mobilize a diverse audience for environmental advocacy and action.

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