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The Outlook: Getting started with UX design for news

This text comes from IPI’s newsletter The Outlook. Click here to sign up to receive future editions direct to your inbox. This is The Outlook, IPI’s media innovation newsletter, where we take a look at strategies and tools for innovation and business development, and learn from newsrooms that are implementing them. We’ve also published a partial […]

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Zimbabwe: Investigative outlet targeted over army corruption story

The IPI global network expressed alarm after Zimbabwean investigative outlet NewsHawks said it was forced to stop covering an alleged corruption scandal in the army due to threats and pressure against its journalists. We call on authorities in Zimbabwe to uphold media freedom and ensure journalists can do their work without threats to their safety […]

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Two years on, Ukrainian journalists still pay a heavy price for the war

February 24 marks two years since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Today, the organizations of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) reaffirm our solidarity with Ukrainian journalists and call for guarantees of their safety and full freedom to report, as well as a renewed effort to provide the necessary financial and technical […]

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Ukrainian journalists in captivity: Holding out hope for freedom

Oleh Baturyn, a journalist from Kakhovka, Kherson region, takes a selfie in front of a gray fence with barbed wire on top. He then records a short video on his mobile phone: “I am standing in Kherson on Teploenerhetykiv Street 3, where I was brought from the Kherson Regional Administration on March 13. I have […]

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