A question of faith

Recent international stories have reignited the discussion about how journalists can better report on global religions. When he graduated in 1986...

Lifting the veil

Photojournalist Jodi Cobb reveals how she uses her craft to uncover hidden worlds. Photojournalist Jodi Cobb says that she is not one for the...

A Q&A with Mona Eltahawy

Eltahawy spoke with Global Journalist about her perspectives on objectivity in journalism, her role as a columnist and cyber activist, and how she...

Thinking outside the magazine

Adam Moss, editor of New York magazine discusses the innovations that earned the publication the Missouri Honor Medal. Adam Moss is a trendsetter...

Uncovering Bradley Manning

In 2010, the biggest American security leak stunned the world when WikiLeaks published more than 250,000 diplomatic cables containing state secrets,...

Inspiring change

With a Nikon D60, a Flip Video camera and a Marantz in hand, Emily Coppel moved to a slum in South Africa in 2010. Coppel, a recent graduate of the...

Speaking out

“First of all, you have to believe in what you do.” — Jineth Bedoya Jineth Bedoya is a petite and courageous investigative journalist in...

Seeds of change

Press freedom is dynamic. Every year marks achievements and setbacks, new promises and new threats to the open practice of journalism around the...
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Iran’s nuclear countdown

Imrana Saghar, a lawyer and journalist in Pakistan, has used both professions to fight for minority rights and to free women in her country,...