Fostering vibrant information ecosystems

With independent media under attack, how can we sustain the healthy information ecosystems needed to hold governments accountable?

Reboot works shoulder-to-shoulder with journalists and media organizations to better engage audiences to act; supports civil society to join forces with the press; and guides funders and investors to design smart interventions. Together, these groups are a powerful force to amplify accountability for all.

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Strengthening Kenyan Media

Exploring a Path Towards Journalism in the Public Interest

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Advancing Global South Access to Open Knowledge

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Editorial Decisions, Economic Decisions

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In partnership with media organizations across Nigeria, our #ISupportFreePress aims to build a social movement around the urgent need to protect press freedom.


On the 23rd of June, Chioma Agwuegbo and Ahmed Rufai Isah will facilitate a conversation at the IPI World Congress on innovative ways to fund investigative journalism.


On Thursday April 26 at 10:30am Chioma Agwuegbo will speak on a panel on the topic of digital inclusion as a right at the Internet Freedom Forum in Abuja, Nigeria.


Business Daily, a Nairobi-based newspaper by the Nation Media Group, published an op-ed by Ory Okolloh of Omidyar Network on discussing findings in recent report Reboot’s Strengthening Kenyan Media.


On March 3rd, Lauren Gardner will join fellow social innovation practitioners to discuss the evolution and future of design thinking.


On November 29th, Yop Rwang Pam will present findings from People-Powered Media Innovation in West Africa at the 2017 International Conference on Religion and Politics.