Lim Kong Soon, a participant of the program "Online Video for Citizen Journalism in Malaysia," wrote a piece for Malaysiakini's citizen journalism blog on human trafficking within and beyond Southeast Asia- particularly as it affects immigrants.
Program participant Zeinab Abdel Razzak investigated the difficulty in attaining alimony from divorce settlements in Egypt. This investigative journalism piece will be featured in the Tokyo Film Festival.
ICFJ conducted International Coverage of Religion, an online course that highlighted the importance of understanding religion in cultural and political context. The course was conducted by the award-winning journalist David Briggs.
Medical Waste Recycling Investigative Journalism participant Mona Iraqi went undercover to investigate why medical instruments are being illegally recycled in Cairo. This investigative report won first-place in an independently judged award ceremony judged by five renowned Egyptian journalists.
Ahmad Farid, a participant in the program "Online Video for Citizen Journalists in Malaysia," blogged about environmental issues in the Ulu Muda forest in Kedah, which have far-reaching effects for the rest of Malaysia.