CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 27-31

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CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 24

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Reporting on Water Disease: Two journalists share their experiences in Nigeria and Zimbabwe

CCIJ members Wendy Muperi and Adie Vanessa Offiong have spent years reporting on water disease issues in Zimbabwe and Nigeria, respectively. Reporting on water disease requires deep investigation into struggling communities, government accountability and distribution of resources. On a daily basis, Muperi and Offiong have to overcome the challenges of being young, female journalists operating in underfunded media industries, to tell some of the most urgent stories.

CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 17

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CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 10

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CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 3

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#CCIJMemberSpotlight: David Mono Danga’s experience as a South Sudanese Journalist

David Mono Danga, a journalist from South Sudan, joined CCIJ because of his steadfast belief in collaborative reporting. Amid a violent civil war, Mono Danga constantly worries for his safety and the safety of his reporters. Now, with coronavirus on the rise in South Sudan, Mono Danga believes journalism has never been more dangerous, or important.

CCIJ’s commitment to social justice

The CCIJ community mourns the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others in the United States and around the world who have been killed at the hands of those who are meant to “serve and protect.”

Environmental Justice: Connecting the dots between racism and environmentalism

Environmental justice, as it is widely known as throughout the United States, is a movement that explores the intersection between environmental and race issues while advocating for systematic change.

CCIJ Round-Up: June 26

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