Is it ever a photojournalist's responsibility to step in and help their subjects in need? South African photojournalist James Oatway shared his thoughts.
How journalists can use UNESCO's "Terrorism and the Media" handbook to aid their reporting on terrorist attacks.
Given recent cases of aggression against journalists covering protests and other unrest, here's a look at some essential safety practices to remember.
A team of seven journalists used data journalism to reveal the continued lack of aid following Nepal's 2015 earthquake. Arun Karki shares some lessons learned from their project.
How the Tax Disclosure Project, an international network of investigative journalists, is working to bring greater transparency to public figures' taxes.
Join IJNet for a live chat on Thursday, April 13 at 1 p.m. EDT to discuss the best tools and strategies for improving local news coverage with leading community journalism experts.
At the recent Newsgeist LatAm unconference in São Paulo, leading media figures sought out new ways to address the issue of fake news.
Current students discuss how Tsinghua University's master of arts in global business journalism offers an intensive, internationally focused education — and offer tips for applying.
Each year, U.S. minority journalists get the chance to report from abroad with ICFJ's Bringing Home the World fellowship. Here's how to make your application stand out.
The University of Maryland's START initiative and the Center on National Security offer helpful research and databases for journalists covering global terrorism and national security issues.
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