CCIJ Weekly Round-Up: July 17

Your need-to-know news from CCIJ this week.

This week at CCIJ:

Neha Hirve chats about her unique take on photojournalism. Freddie Clayton weighs in on the Las Vegas water cops and his experience as a freelance journalist. CCIJ partner organization Solutions Journalism Network explains their mission. 

Transparency Talks

This week on Transparency Talks, photographer Neha Hirve spoke about her journey from documentary film school to photojournalism. Hirve’s distinct style of photography, which blurs the line between traditional journalism and interpretive art, setting her apart from other photojournalists. 


On the newest episode of Waterless, CCIJ member Frederick “Freddie” Clayton spoke to host Ruona Meyer about a story that took him from his home in London all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he reported on the city’s efforts to conserve water and the “water cops” that enforce the law.

Partner Spotlight: Solutions Journalism Network

This week, CCIJ highlighted the Solutions Journalism Network as part of our Partner Spotlight series. SJN Regional Manager Mikhael Simmonds told CCIJ about their organization, which supports journalism seeking solutions to social problems around the globe.

Learn more about SJN and their work, including exclusive audio from Simmonds.