Three entrepreneurial journalists tell their stories of resilience and how they continued their outlet's operations despite the hurricane.
Proposed reforms of Australia’s national security laws aimed at clamping down on government leaks have raised fears for press freedom in one of the Asia-Pacific’s most open democracies.
From 2001 to 2017, fourteen media organizations were launched in Cuba that are already having impact on and off the island. They all have one thing in common: their main objective is to do journalism.
With its unique technology, Truepic allows its users to capture instantly verified images and videos — and journalists can use the service for free.
A UNESCO publication uses examples from around the world to highlight practices journalists can use to negotiate dangerous situations and stay safe.
Journalist and filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy shares insights and advice from her Academy Award-winning career.
Traumatic events can be challenging to cover. The following techniques can help journalists build their own resiliency and learn how to report sensibly on trauma-related issues.
Journalists are often tasked with covering dangerous and chaotic situations. Two Nepalese journalists, with experience covering protests and natural disasters, offer advice on how to stay safe.
Steal our tools! Ahead of #ONA17, IJNet is launching a new toolkit with 30 tools for online journalists.
How Maria Ressa, CEO and executive editor of the Philippines' Rappler, is leading her newsroom's efforts to combat online harassment of women journalists.
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