Al Jazeera's interactive #Hacked game lets readers investigate the Syrian cyber war

Journalist Juliana Ruhfus discusses the collaborative effort behind “#Hacked: Syria’s Electronic Armies,” Al Jazeera’s new interactive game.

Clothilde Goujard | October 21, 2016

Connect with IJNET


ICFJ offers webinar to show journalists simple, affordable ways to use 360° video [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in creating 360° video stories can participate in a free webinar at 10 a.m. EDT Nov. 2.

Workshop focuses on fashion reporting [Brazil]

Journalists and students can enroll in a course on fashion journalism in São Paulo.

Contest seeks multimedia content on the Balkans [Europe]

Aspiring travel journalists can compete for cash prizes from

Funding available for coverage of development issues [Ireland]

The Simon Cumbers Media Fund promotes more and better quality media coverage of international development issues in the Irish media.

Mandela Washington Fellowship open [Africa]

The Young African Leaders Initiative will bring 1,000 young leaders to the United States in summer 2017 for academic coursework and leadership training.

Fellowship on religion and journalism available [US]

Journalism scholars interested in religion can apply for the Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism and International Affairs.


For rates or to place your advertisement here, call +1 202-349-7625 or email us.

Global journalists are invited to apply for this virtual reporting fellowship focusing on the U.N. SDGs, including climate change, poverty, education, health and gender equality.

Recent tweets

Follow @IJNet on Twitter