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.
Take the next step in your career by applying to one of these worldwide opportunities with deadlines in July.
Didn't have the chance to travel to Russia to cover the FIFA World Cup in person? Follow these accounts to stay on the pulse of the games, no matter where you are in the world.
Didn't have a chance to participate in our recent Slack chat on all things related to freelancing? We've summarized some of the highlights.
The only woman on her team, the Folha de S. Paulo reporter talks about her experience covering two World Cups and complains about the lack of diversity in Russia.
A group of international media professionals penned an open letter calling for an end to sexism in the industry, which includes 14 actionable steps toward greater equality and inclusion.
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