Julie Schwietert Collazo is a bilingual journalist who covers Latin America and Latino communities in the U.S. for a variety of outlets. Learn more about her work at www.collazoprojects.com.
Since its inception in the 1990s, Snopes.com has grown into one of the web's most formidable fact-checking sites. Editor Brooke Binkowski tells IJNet how it happened — and what lies in Snopes' future.
To produce a multimedia portrait of South America's illegal gold mining industry, Jimmy Carrillo of the Peruvian Society of Environmental Rights worked with journalists, developers and more.
Brazilian journalist Ana Magalhães discusses Calle2, the digital magazine she hopes will "offer a new view of Latin America" to Brazil's readers.
Investigative journalist Sandra Rodríguez Nieto discusses the challenges she faced in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, the setting of her latest book.
Freelancers and publishers question what's at the root of sites like Contributoria shuttering doors.
In her book, Driver examines the media's poor portrayal of female victims of violence in Ciudad Juárez. Here she points to ways of covering the beat with accuracy and fairness.
The Portuguese illustrator explains the challenges of illustrating for news and how the medium of drawing can offer readers a richer understanding of what’s happening in the world.
With the island's economic crisis making headlines the world over, journalists covering this nuanced geographical and cultural beat need to master the basics.
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