In Nicaragua, many journalists were unprepared for the conditions in which they found themselves reporting after a series of deadly protests. One journalist shares his tips so others are not as unprepared.
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.
In a country that has been a fixture in international news coverage, reporter and photojournalist Victoria Milko is one of the few Americans working in Myanmar full time.
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.
“Imagine a newsroom where half of the room is analysts and half is reporters. You combine what each of them is so good at doing and deliver that every day to the reader.”
The road to becoming a truly great journalist often includes some mistakes along the way. Experienced journalists shared their biggest lessons learned with us.
How documentary filmmaker Santiago Bertolino produced a film that looks at the excitement, and challenges, of reporting internationally as a freelance journalist.
Not sure how to verify that war footage you found online? Montage, a new tool for investigating and verifying video footage of conflict around the world, can help.
Journalists covering violent breaking news events often find it difficult to find a human element within the story. Here are some tips to bring a more humanizing element to your reporting.
The James W. Foley Guide on Journalists’ Safety will, for the first time, bring the realities of conflict reporting to student journalists.
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