About Us

We work with the media to ensure that audiences remain engaged with global issues. We provide our members with regular access to influential journalists and editors so that they can maximise their impact in a rapidly changing media landscape.

Our vision is a world in which the media is a force which enables all people to be active global citizens so that their actions can make a difference.

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We provide our members with regular access to journalists and editors and training to improve their multimedia skills.

Our Impact

Our members report improved access to media decision makers as a result of attending our briefings with journalists and editors. And a better understanding of how to pitch stories has helped to increase media coverage for our members and the issues that concern them.

Advocacy

We have influenced the BBC Charter to include a stronger commitment to global coverage and helped to shape the Channel 4 remit with an obligation to feature information and views from around the world.

Access

Our member organisations report more media coverage of their stories and issues as a direct result of the contacts made with journalists through IBT.

Capacity

Our members have developed practical skills, across multiple teams, changing how they engage with the media and the impact they have. We provide regular training in social media, photography and shooting and editing with a smartphone.

Research

IBT members use our reports to help them plan their media strategies.

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April 28, 2020

How to get the best out of Twitter

In this session we’ll be looking at how INGOs can make the best use of the platform. Our two speakers are Katy Minshall, Head of Policy and Philanthropy at Twitter and Simon Edmunds, Senior Digital Manager at Save the Children.

Our Members

“Talking to IBT members is a very useful two way process for us”

Ben Rayner
Executive Producer, Al Jazeera English