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The value of journalism

Photojournalist Sara Furlanetto worked with three participants on the presented video. Asked to answer to the question “What is journalism in the context of your life?”, they wrote a personal text, each sharing personal stories from past experiences and reflecting

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Visit to the Guardian Media Group

Refugee Journalism Project participants visited the Guardian where they learned about the history of the paper as well as the day-to-day business of the Guardian.

Refugee journalism: Why now?

This summer, journalist Neil Arun conducted two workshops at the London College of Communications, and shared some of the things he knew with journalists who had arrived in Britain as refugees. They, in turn, demonstrated what they knew – and what they could bring to

Learning about tools for investigative journalism

Abdulwahab Tahhan writes about attending the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s summer conference.  As an inexperienced, and at best a citizen journalist who hasn’t published more than a couple of articles and a film, I was very excited to attend my

Raising awareness about her homeland: Fardous Bahbouh speaks about what journalism means to her and her determination to become a journalist

With aspirations to raise awareness about the on-going conflicts in both Syria and the Middle East, Fardous Bahbouh believes that as a journalist, or someone who builds bridges between people, she can do this. In this piece, she discusses what

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