Journalism

Learn the art of journaling and archive your life

Research shows that keeping a journal is a way to be more mindful, to really think about what you’re experiencing…

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How to track digital mercenaries behind disinformation

It is just as important to identify the actors who perpetuate disinformation as it is the false facts themselves BY…

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‘No More Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists’

It aims to address the question, ‘What are the main obstacles to justice in cases of journalist murders, and what…

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Anisa Shaheed: A voice for the people of Afghanistan

Shaheed has helped redefine what it means to be a woman journalist in Afghanistan in the face of significant risk…

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How to create news for younger audiences

Journalists should also emphasize solutions in their reporting for young people. BY ANNIE JENNEMANN Producing news for children is just…

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How to build a feature story

This brand of journalism requires research and creativity, but you can learn all the skills you need. BY CRISTIANA BEDEI…

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Tips for reporting on gun violence

During the same period, almost 17,000 people have died by suicide at the hands of guns, and there have been…

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HATE IS A VIRUS

Columbia Journalism School Reporting Fellows tell the story of two Chinese young women who served food to thousands of Asian…

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CAJ Magazine: Free Press, Great Africa

The CAJ International Magazine’s new edition August 2022 has been published in Nigeria; the headquarters of the Congress of African…

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Empowering marginalized voices in India

A 40-year vegetable-seller from Rajasthan becomes a journalist to write for marginalized communities By HANAN ZAFFAR AND JYOTI THAKUR Najir…

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