Witchdoctors, women outcasts and LGBT rights: reporting taboos
Challenging your own biases and revealing the taboos
Journalist reveals contentious terms of Malawi-Vale railway deal
A story written by Thomson Reuters Foundation participant Rex Chikoko revealed the terms of a major railway agreement may give Malawi little cause for celebration
VIDEO DIARY: In Japan, Sustainable Development Goals are lost in translation
Japanese journalists struggle to make headlines out of new global targets aimed at solving the world’s economic, social and political ills
Knowing how to tell the story
Reporting on the economy in language that could be understood even by your grandmother
The conversation that began in London is ongoing
Apart from the practical skills learnt on the course, there is something equally valuable that occurs when you bring journalists from around the world together
After training, Rwandan journalists plan to keep the knowledge alive
Some trainees take pictures, others swap email addresses on the last day of a course. But not these 15 journalists in Rwanda.
Two days good, five days better, say Swazi reporters post workshop
The IMF-backed business reporting workshops gain a new group of fans.