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New children's book helps introduce ideas of constructive journalism at home


Negative news can affect kids as well as adults and lead to sadness or anxiety. ‘Little Ruffle and the world beyond’ aims to help families have discussions about what they see on the news

Amanpour: 'authoritarianism is creeping westward where it has no business belonging'


The CNN anchor has spent her career reporting from war zones and interviewing powerful politicians. Now, as the world is seeing a rise of authoritarianism, Amanpour warns journalists against complacency and mistaking neutrality for objectivity

How to take your audience engagement up a notch in a pandemic: #NISAudience takeaways

The News Impact Summit offered best practices on how news organisations have adapted strategies around audiences, business models and social media throughout covid-19

App for journalist: JSafe, for reporting online abuse

Do not suffer in silence. This app built for female, female-identifying and non-binary journalists allows you to report instances of harassment and trolling, and receive follow-up support

Podcast articleRonson Chan, deputy assignment editor of Stand News, on press freedom in Hong Kong

Because of Hong Kong's administrative status, local media have a unique access to information about China that is widely off-limits to the rest of the world. But new state security laws signal a clampdown on the freedom of the press

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Tip: Four mental health strategies for student newsrooms


Journalists of all levels of experience can be personally affected by the stories they cover. These steps are tailor-made for supporting inexperienced reporters

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Property disputes expert says thousands of landlords could be waiting years for court hearings after eviction ban

Alex Cook, director of specialist litigation firm, Helix Law, warns that thousands of residential landlords may be forced to sell their properties because of the long backlog of court eviction proceedings due to the eviction ban

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World News Day: seven stand-out pieces of journalism in 2020

From the pandemic to the Black Lives Matter movement and the climate emergency, this year has been full of twists and turns. celebrates quality reporting on what matters to our communities

The Membership Puzzle Project launches a guide to building a sustainable business model for your newsroom

Whether you want to find a new revenue source or engage with your readers to regain their trust, this resource provides 34 tried-and-tested case studies

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