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Outside Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant

Image courtesy of Olga Belogolova

Chris Benderev taken by Olga Belogolova

Image courtesy of Olga Belogolova

Chris Benderev interviewing children at a school in Fukushima

Benderev interviews children at a school in Fukushima Prefecture. Benederev's stories explored the social impact of the disaster. Courtesy of Olga Belogolova

Chile: Expand Poderopedia, a Site Linking Business and Politics, Across the Region

Knight International Journalism Fellow Miguel Paz is speeding the development and use of the Knight News Challenge-winning platform Poderopedia, which reveals links among business and political leaders. He is bringing Poderopedia to Venezuela and to other nations, creating a cross-border community that uses the platform. He is introducing customized versions of Poderopedia in newsrooms and civic media projects.

Social Justice Reporting for a Global America: International Reporting Fellowship Program for U.S.-based Journalists

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About the Program

Plagued by the twin challenges of a slow economy and digital disruption, many U.S. news organizations are cutting back on foreign coverage and are shrinking their editorial staffs.

But journalists can play an essential role in raising awareness around international social justice issues, including women’s rights, corruption, human trafficking, poverty, religious tolerance, environmental issues, migration and education.

Nov 132012

New Knight International Fellowships Will Advance Media Innovation Worldwide

WASHINGTON—From digitally mapping Amazon deforestation to launching a news innovation challenge in Africa, innovative work by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) will be supported by a new $3.15 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Aug 102012

Ghana Journalist Trained by Knight Fellows Wins Top CNN Award

A reporter for the ground-breaking “Hotline” radio show, launched in Ghana with the help of two Knight Fellows, has won the top prize for radio journalism in Africa.