Each week, African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) posts a digital security round-up — called BYOD.
Reporters Without Borders' Rest and Refuge Scholarship offers journalists working in conflict-affected areas three months of paid rest in Berlin
IJNet recently began working with Méta-Media to share more French-language content with our readers. We spoke to Eric Scherer, the founder of Méta-Media, to learn more about the organization.
Women photograph is an online database of women photojournalists around the world who are looking for work. The site encourages media organizations and editors to give more assignments to women.
ICFJ publishes a Spanish-language guide that addresses the challenges reporters and media organizations face in the digital era.
The Washington Post hosts “Free to State,” a panel event to explore the First Amendment in today’s political climate.
As Mexico prepares for its largest election, more than 90 media outlets have banded for a project known as Verificado 2018, which sets an example for the possibilities of collaboration.
Baqer Ebrahimi is a journalist based in Afghanistan, one of the most dangerous countries to be a journalist in, according to Reporters Without Borders. He shares his experiences and safety tips.
Hoaxy, Fakey and Botometer are three powerful tools for studying and countering online misinformation and manipulation.
HackPack, the virtual newsroom for journalists, is making a foray into the offline world through in-person meetups and more. Here's what journalists need to know.
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