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Indian journalist and educator Deepti Ganapathy shares perspectives from the world of academia and discusses how she finds stories worth telling.
Moroccan journalist Rabia Elkotbi discusses how he's kept up with the rapidly changing world of journalism since getting his start in 2008.
Throughout 2016, IJNet's journalists of the month had plenty of advice and insights to share with us. We compiled some of their best comments from the year.
Slovakian journalist and filmmaker Sara Cincurova discusses her work to bring human rights advocacy to the forefront of her work, her advice for fellow journalists and more.
Colombian journalist Fernanda Sánchez Jaramillo works to cover social issues in her home country. She shared her experiences and advice for other journalists with IJNet.
Specializing in sustainable development, Bolivian journalist María Julia Arana is currently in New York covering the United Nations General Assembly, thanks to an opportunity she found on IJNet.
Nigerian journalist Ebenezar Wikina shares insights from his interview series "The Stroll," in which he's spoken to more than 120 global leaders, and more from his career in covering development.
Journalist of the month Yusuf Omar discusses his new job as mobile editor at The Hindustan Times, his work with Snapchat and Facebook Live and his tips for getting started in mobile journalism.
Bukunmi Ayo-Ariyo, program producer and presenter of Nigeria's On The Street, shares insights and lessons learned from her career, as well as a recent Thomson Reuters course found on IJNet.
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