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.
Can an interview conducted over texting have the same level of nuance and depth as a spoken interview? France's Néon is experimenting with the medium to find out.
Poynter's International Fact-Checking Network spread the fact-checking movement across five continents for International Fact-Checking Day — and news organizations and educators can still get involved.
Matter's startup accelerator is seeking change-minded media projects aiming to change the world of journalism for the better. Here's how you can apply.
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 three independent news sites in Venezuela are partnering to navigate their country's tough economic climate.
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Miguel Paz recently released a free guide to GitHub for Spanish-speaking journalists. He spoke with IJNet about how GitHub can benefit journalists of all languages.
The International Center for Journalists is conducting a worldwide survey of newsrooms and their technology use. Here's how you can participate.
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