Olufemi Akande of Nigeria and Abdel Aziz Hali of Tunisia explain how they used IJNet to become Dag Hammarskjöld fellows.
Each month, IJNet features a journalist of the month, and we always ask the same question: “What advice do you have for journalists?” We've rounded up their words of wisdom here.
South African freelance journalist and journalism student Wandiswa Ntengento used IJNet to find her current job as a communications officer at the Geneva-based International Alliance of Women.
This month we feature Brazilian journalist and editor Nicole Froio, a freelancer based in Rio de Janeiro. Froio writes about human rights, with a special focus on feminism and gender politics.
This month we feature Muhammad Daud Khan from Pakistan, a news producer at Capital TV. During his career, Khan has reported on humanitarian issues in some of Pakistan's hardest-hit conflict zones.
This month, we feature Somali-Canadian multimedia journalist and documentary filmmaker Asha Siad, who strives to find “global and local stories that allow us to connect with the rest of the world.”
This month we feature Panamanian reporter Didier Hernán Gil, who specializes in transportation, health and education.
This month we feature digital journalist Leigh Cuen, a co-organizer of the only peer-led group for Israeli, Palestinian and international journalists in the Middle East.
This month we feature independent journalist Pat Robert Larubi, whose work focuses on the post-war recovery process as northern Uganda emerges from two decades of war.
A Rome-based freelance journalist, Kabutakapua is shattering stereotypes of African migrants by showing how they live in 13 cities across the globe.
Subscribe to our weekly bulletin for tips, trends and training opportunities.