After a tough year for press freedom worldwide, five journalists working across the globe share their hopes for journalism in 2016 and beyond.
Expand your reach on Twitter, how social media censorship is hurting publishers in Bangladesh and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
With a growing number of news organizations downsizing their global operations, HackPack looks to foster a “market network” to link these outlets to freelancers and fixers around the world.
Metrography editor in chief Stefano Carini and cofounder Sebastian Meyer discuss the ways in which their organization helps bring local Iraqi photographers' work to the global media.
Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in December.
With the African Photojournalism Database, visual journalists across Africa will be able to access more opportunities and outlets for their work in the international media sphere.
Freelancers and publishers question what's at the root of sites like Contributoria shuttering doors.
Based in Africa for the last 12 years, Emilio E. Manfredi has published pieces in major global outlets and taken on research projects for human rights groups. Here's how he balances both gigs.
The Syria Media Safety resource features 13 in-depth sections covering physical and digital safety, advice for obtaining emergency support and more.
Journalists can dive into IJNet's journalism safety toolkit to find resource articles and tips sheets on how to protect themselves in dangerous environments.
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