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The role of email news
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Reporting from exile, an Uyghur journalist sees social media as a double-edged sword
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The human impact of under-representation in Brazil's newsrooms
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Our Journalist Fellowships are an opportunity for journalists to work on a project and spend time in Oxford along with colleagues from around the world.
The Journalist Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute allows practising journalists to take some time out from their day jobs to explore journalism in depth.
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Throughout the year we host a Global Journalism Seminars series featuring outstanding speakers from around the world sharing insights on the business of news, press freedom, journalism innovation and more
Five tips from our global journalism seminar with Paraguayan journalist Jazmín Acuña, co-founder of El Surtidor.
BBC News presenter Ros Atkins discusses why facts matter and how to go viral more than once.
As the industry changes, we track the ever-shifting trends, aiming to connect rigorous academic research with the practical experiences of professional journalists, media managers and policy-makers.
Our annual report on how news organisations are responding to the challenges of attracting talent, increasing diversity, and managing hybrid work.
The Trust in News Project looks at trust in digital news in Brazil, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is dedicated to exploring the future of journalism worldwide through debate, engagement, and research.
We host practising journalists and researchers from all over the world, and connect them with professional peers and leading academics from a wide range of different fields.
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