Timothy Large was until recently Director of Journalism and Media Programmes at the Thomson Reuters Foundation, where he drove initiatives to raise journalistic standards worldwide and help independent media flourish. He was previously Editor-in-Chief of the Foundation’s global news services covering under-reported stories including humanitarian issues, rights abuses, the human impacts of climate change and corruption. He built an award-winning multimedia team. Before that he was a Reuters correspondent. He is now on sabbatical, writing a book ...
Fight over Australia nuclear dump shows clash of world viewsBy Timothy Large
Different perspectives on land and identity fuel disagreement over a radioactive waste dump to be built near Aboriginal sites
Sex obsession mars slavery coverage, experts tell journalistsBy Timothy Large
Sensationalism and superficiality top the list of anti-trafficking experts' gripes about the media
Multimedia journalists sniff promise and perils of interactivityBy Timothy Large
From immersive investigative journalism to virtual reality games, have “i-docs” come of age?
Six things you didn't know about slavery and traffickingBy Timothy Large
Even seasoned journalists were surprised by what they learned from anti-slavery experts at a unique event in London
Aboriginal reporters in Canada embrace digital storytellingBy Timothy Large
Journalists for First Nation news outfits explore innovative ways of engaging audiences through multimedia
In Japan, Sustainable Development Goals lost in translationBy Timothy Large
Japanese journalists struggle to make headlines out of new global targets aimed at solving the world’s economic, social and political ills
Ten revelations about how we consume digital newsBy Timothy Large
Smartphones, online video and “native” advertising are changing the way we devour news, a survey shows
Foundation revamps media development programmesBy Timothy Large
Our new Media Development section reveals new approaches to supporting journalism around the world
Ten awards that recognise courage in journalismBy Timothy Large
Application deadlines loom for prizes honouring bravery by reporters and editors worldwide
Should we "sup with the devil" to improve press freedom?By Timothy Large
Does working with state news agencies in repressive regimes promise long-term change or simply churn out better propagandists?
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Air strikes hit aid trucks near Aleppo, kill 12
UN rights forum sets up inquiry into killing, torture in Burundi
EU fast-tracks Paris climate deal to brink of entering into ...
First UN special envoy for Somali refugees amid 'asylum fatigue'
India cracks down on illegal mica mines after child deaths
WHO says 338 killed in eastern Aleppo in past week