The Nile River flows through 11 countries, and news coverage is largely fragmented. InfoNile is a new geojournalism project that uses data and mapping to better cover water-related issues in the region.
When the news of the U.S. family separation policy broke in May, four journalists began covering the story as part of an IWMF fellowship.
At Media Party 2018 in Buenos Aires, women from LatFem led a session with tips for covering femicide and other violence against women, which is a rampant problem in Latin America.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) will become Mexico’s president in December. After a decade of increasing violence against journalists, will AMLO's presidency signal a better future?
Drones are becoming a powerful tool for investigations and social issue reporting around the globe, but not without challenges. Experts share what they've learned.
Using best reporting practices when covering mass shootings — like the ones included here — helps prevent copycats and minimizes inaccurate speculations.
Alisa Sopova is a journalist from Donetsk, Ukraine. She spoke to IJNet about the challenges in Ukrainian media, and what journalists and non-journalists can learn from the country.
IJNet pulled together a list of resources that provide best practices, guidelines and expert advice on covering migration.
To wrap-up World Cup coverage, IJNet collected tips for finding alternative narratives at international sporting events.
Abubakar Ibrahim received the 2018 Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling for his story about the large population of internally displaced persons in Nigeria, Cameroon and Niger.
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