As the current refugee crisis continues to make headlines, how can journalists interview refugees without bringing up the horror, shock and fear they've experienced? Here are some tips.
Punto y Aparte is a new network of student and experienced journalists in Costa Rica that will produce high-quality stories on social issues that often go ignored in the country's media.
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.
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Brazilian journalist Ana Magalhães discusses Calle2, the digital magazine she hopes will "offer a new view of Latin America" to Brazil's readers.
To mark International Migrants Day, the Ethical Journalism Network releases a report that views media coverage of global migration through a critical lens.
Need to find a summer internship? You still have time to apply to one of these eight paid internship opportunities at newsrooms across the U.S.
The 2015 Global Media Monitoring Project report shows that progress for women in news media has virtually ground to a halt.
Weiss chatted with Dan Perry, VICE's managing director of pan-regional Latin America, about what it takes to launch a new bureau and why they chose this market.
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