In its first three years, U.S. news site Mic (formerly known as PolicyMic) has forged its place in the digital media ecosystem.
This month we feature independent journalist Pat Robert Larubi, whose work focuses on the post-war recovery process as northern Uganda emerges from two decades of war.
Hacks/Hackers Latin America will host a regional hackathon June 7, during which participants in 14 cities will create projects to track the flow of money from place to place.
A Rome-based freelance journalist, Kabutakapua is shattering stereotypes of African migrants by showing how they live in 13 cities across the globe.
South African journalist Rebecca Davis, winner of the African Story Challenge's health reporting contest, talks about what it takes to draw in readers.
This month we feature Egyptian journalist Mustafa Mahmoud, world news editor for the Egyptian daily Al Gomhuria.
Alex Gakuru, Africa coordinator for Creative Commons, talks with IJNet about how to improve the paltry coverage of tech in the region.
Kenyan digital journalist Dickens Onditi Olewe talks with IJNet about using drone journalism to improve coverage of hard-to-reach places.
From surveys to crowdsourcing, news outlets around the world are experimenting with ways to engage their communities in newsgathering. Here are seven outstanding examples.
Veteran business journalist Wallace Kantai shares how to go beyond “bland" business and tech coverage that relies on statistics and rewritten press releases.
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