Each year, U.S. minority journalists get the chance to report from abroad with ICFJ's Bringing Home the World fellowship. Here's how to make your application stand out.
Past winners of the Johnson & Johnson Global Health Reporting Contest recently shared tips and insights into producing effective health journalism.
The three winners of this year's ICFJ Early Childhood Development Reporting Contest discuss what went into their award-winning stories and offer advice for journalists covering health and development.
Colombian journalist Fernanda Sánchez Jaramillo works to cover social issues in her home country. She shared her experiences and advice for other journalists with IJNet.
What do foreign journalists need to know about covering this year's U.S. elections? Politico editors recently shared their insights with a group of visiting Russian journalists.
What do journalists need to know before tackling water and sanitation topics in their country? A recent ICFJ, Code for Africa and World Bank webinar offered guidance.
Covering tragedy is a big part of many journalists' job description — but it often comes at the expense of their mental health. Here are some resources to alleviate this stress and trauma.
In line with the Global High Level Conference on Road Safety in Brasilia, Brazil, ICFJ and WHO educate journalists on how to find stories within WHO’s newly-released road safety report.
The world of journalism moves at a rapid pace. But when it comes to academia, journalism moves much more slowly. Six journalism professors from HBCUs share their takeaways from a summer back in the newsroom.
As journalists are uniting across borders to expose wrongdoings on a global scale, here are some resources to start a collaborative project of your own.
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