Health journalists: The Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting and SJN are supporting projects that surface emerging responses.
Has journalistic "impartiality" run its course? Here's what happens when reporters declare their intentions.
Got a reporting project focused on women's economic power and vulnerability? Need funding? Apply here.
How to get the most out of those precious international reporting adventures.
SJN's partnership with the Seattle Times has launched! The goal: to change the conversation about public education.
We've just published our 16-page guidebook for journalists on food security, in time for World Food Day and #BorlaugDialogue. Check it out!
The folks behind the Story of Stuff have a new video out, and it's on our favorite topic.
Our CFO reflects on her personal experience on 9/11, her mother's horrifying experience in 1944, and the importance of solutions journalism.
We caught up with one of the country's leading reporters on homelessness to talk solutions journalism.
A truly inspired example of solutions journalism on Code for America.
A few ideas of how to leverage character to drive narrative without falling into hagiography.
We created a (free!) 12-page book for journalists interested in solutions-oriented stories on maternal health. Check it out!
We're highlighting "positive deviance" in global health data for all of you health/science journos out there.