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Politicians, like film stars and other personalities in our celebrity driven culture, take on an aura that distances them from the rest of us… until election time
Kurt Schork Memorial Fund – 2014 awards submissions reminder
Romanian reporters learned how to pitch and plan a complex story, practised interviewing and debated ethical and legal dilemmas...
There's always room to learn more - even at well-established TV channels.
The Turkish government's decision to close down YouTube by administrative order is a disastrous move for freedom of expression and the right to access information in Turkey
The Indian state of West Bengal was hit this month by “one of the biggest scams in the health care sector” – and it’s thanks to a Thomson Reuters Foundation journalism trainee that the corruption came to light.
Learning to report what we call "breaking news" was an experience that made me step out of my safety zone.
Mahir Sahinovic, a journalist based in Sarajevo who was trained by Thomson Reuters Foundation, has received an award for exposing a financial scam in Europe.
In Liberia, a corruption scandal is developing – and it came about after a Thomson Reuters Foundation journalism trainee used her new skills to report on suspicious practices at the Liberian Embassy in Brussels.
Journalists took to the money trail to corruption in the mythical land of Manchukistan in a recent Thomson Reuters Foundation training course.
How to cover disasters and at the same time stay safe was the main theme of the course provided by Richard Meares, a Thomson Reuters Foundation trainer, and Thomas Atkins, Reuters chief banking correspondent.
One of its key components is transparency.
A room full of journalists will always entail an array of powerful opinions.
2013 was another strong year for the Thomson Reuters Foundation journalism training programme, which runs courses in a range of journalistic disciplines in London and around the world.
Learning about capital flight in South Africa
Ethically and legally challenging scenarios prompted lively debates among the diverse group.