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Learning about capital flight in South Africa
Ethically and legally challenging scenarios prompted lively debates among the diverse group.
Like me, many aspiring climate journalists had no idea how to handle such a scientific report – one that had been released just days before the Thomson Reuters Foundation training we attended in Delhi in October.
A group of journalists from across the Arab world took part in a journalism training course titled 'Reporting Women' in Beirut.
The passion, enthusiasm and curiosity most participants brought to the classroom bode well for the future of journalism in the region.
A shortage of science journalists, commercial pressures and a feeling none of the coverage makes a difference all play a role
Spotlight on Africa's resources boom
Transforming business news - in Burmese
A programme designed to boost media capabilities in six parliamentary democracies.
The prize - in five categories, each worth 10,000 euros to the winner - was launched by some of Europe's major media foundations to encourage quality journalism in countries across the continent
From the war in Syria, to gang culture in the UK, to the rights of women and children from India to Guatemala, take a look at what our journalists are reporting on this week
Reflections on a training course in Johannesburg
Read about how TRF travelled to Mumbai to help financial journalists
A must for anyone pursuing a career in business journalism
The rule of law and solutions to the world's water crisis are closely connected
Life-saving supplies that come in a handy “purse” for postnatal use
Earlier this month Paul Gallagher ran two Media and Communications workshops in Georgia for the Civil Society Organisations.