The James W. Foley Guide on Journalists’ Safety will, for the first time, bring the realities of conflict reporting to student journalists.
Kamal Siddiqi, director of the Center for Excellence in Journalism in Pakistan, discusses the ethical requirements journalists need for fair, effective coverage of rape and sexual assault issues.
In the wake of geolocation-based apps like Pokemon Go, news startups are looking to this technology to customize readers' content based on their location.
Cross-border journalism in Africa still poses a unique set of challenges for journalists. Here are six tips for reporters looking to partner with newsrooms on reporting projects.
Chronicling the aftermath of a protest can sometimes be even more harrowing than covering the protest itself. Photojournalists from Agency France-Presse share their best tips for doing so.
OCCRP reporters recently collaborated with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network to uncover Europe's arms trade that sends thousands of tons of arms and ammunition to the Middle East.
The 2016 Olympic Games are expected to present several unique challenges to the 30,000 journalists heading to Rio de Janeiro. These tips and resources can help.
When is it appropriate for journalists to grant a source anonymity? What ethical concerns should be kept in mind with anonymous sources? Here are some tips from ONA, the Society of Professional Journalists and more.
In many countries, data journalism is still a little-known term. Here's a look at what beginners can do to get started as data journalists.
How today's journalists are increasingly curating personalized newsletters to showcase their unique voices and connect with readers.
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