Reporting

View All View By Topic View By Location View By Program View By Publication
14ymedio
ABC News
ABP Culture
adventure.com
AFP
Africa Times
African Agruments
Agencia Presentes
Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera America
All Africa
Angelina Fusco Training & Consultancy
Animal Politico
AP
Arizona Public Media
Artsy
Atlantic
Atlas Obscura
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
BBC
BBC Brasil
BBC Mundo
bioGraphic
Bloomberg
Blu Radio
Boston Globe
Broadly
Bustle
Buzzfeed News
Caravan Magazine
CBC
CBS
chequeado
Chicago Reader
Christian Science Monitor
Citizen
CityLab
CNN
Coda
Columbia Journalism Review
Cosmopolitan
Cotidiano Mujer
Daily Beast
Daily Maverick
Dame Magazine
Democracy Now!
der Freitag
Deutsche Welle
Development Set
Diario Libre
Documentary Screening at Maya Cinemas in Salinas
Documentary Site
dodho Magazine
Earth Island
East African
Ecologist
Economist
EFE
El Caribe
El Confidencial
El Dia
El Diario
El Nuevo Herald
El País
El Periodico
El Tiempo
El Universal
Elle
ESglobal
Euronews English
Eye of Photography
Face2Face Africa
Firstpost
Folha De S. Paulo
Foreign Affairs
Foreign Policy
Forward
Fountain Ink
France24
Franffurter Allgemeine
Free Speech Radio News
From Farms to Incubators
Global Sisters Report
Globe and Mail
Globo G1
GOOD Sports
Guardian
Harper’s
Health Check
Here & There
Here and There
Houston Chronicle
How We Get to Next
How We Made It In Africa
Huck Magazine
HuffPost
HuffPost Canada
ICIJ
Independent Online
Indy Week
Instagram
Intercept
International Business Times
International Center of Photography
INTO
IPS
IRIN
ivoox
Jezebel
KALW
Kapital FM
Kashmir Ink
katieorlinsky.com
Kera Think
KQED
L'Espresso
La Razón
La Región
La Vanguardia
Las Raras Podcast
Latina Style Magazine
LatinoUSA
Le Monde
Lensculture
Lento
Libération
LongReads
Los Angeles Review of Books
Los Angeles Times
Lowell Sun
Mail & Guardian
MARFA Public Radio
Marie Claire
Marketplace
Medicins Sans Frontieres
Medium
Medium's Development Set
Miami Herald
Middle East Eye
MIT News
Mongabay
Mother Jones
NACLA
Nation
National
National Geographic
National Geographic Italia
NBC News
NBS TV Uganda
Neuen Zürcher Zeitung
New Food Economy
New Internationalist
New Republic
New York Review of Books
New York Times
New Yorker
News Daily
News Deeply
News24 Voices
Newsweek
NowThis Her
NPR
okayafrica
Open Society Foundation
Otherwise
Outline
Outside Podcast
Ozy
Pacific Standard
PBS Newshour
PennState: Presidential leadership Academy
Peoria Public Radio
Personal Site
Philippine Environews
Photo Brigade
Photoville
PicDrop
Pie de Página
POLITICO Magazine
Post Magazine
PRI
PRI's The World
Proceso
Public Radio International
Quartz
Radio Bilingue
Radio France Internationale
Radio Nacional de Colombia
Re.Think
Refinery 29
Refinery29
Refugese Deeply
Reuters
Reveal
Rewire.News
RFI
Roads and Kingdoms
Rural Reporters
San Diego Union-Tribune
San Francisco Chronicle
Sapiens
Seeker
Sentinel and Enterprise
Sierra Magazine
Sixth Tone
Smithsonian
Snap Judgement
Soundcloud
South China Morning Post
South Side Weekly
St. Louis Public Radio
Star
STAT
Straits Times
Tampa Bay Times
Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation
Teen Vogue
Texas Monthly
Texas Standard
Texas Tribune
The Baffler
The Baffler
The Boston Globe
The California Sunday Magazine
The Christian Science Monitor
The Daily Monitor
The Guardian
The Heart
The Intercept
The Lily
The Marshall Project
The New Food Economy
The New Humanitarian
The New York Times
The Seattle Times
The Texas Observer
The Times
The Times of London
The Washington Post
This American Life
Thompson Reuters Foundation
Thomson Reuters Foundation
TIME
Times
Times of India
Tinyletter
Transom
Tricycle
Trouw
TRT World
Truthdig
Truthout
UN Dispatch
Undark Magazine
Univision
US News
USA Today
Utne Reader
Variety
Ventures Africa
Verdad Abierta
VICE
VICE Munchies
Vimeo
VQR
We Transfer
Wired
Women and Girls Hub
Women News Network
World Policy Journal
WYNC Studios
Yahoo! News
Yes Magazine
Zenith
| Zahra Hankir

Arabic with a Jersey Accent

Immigrants are reviving Paterson, N.J., from its difficult past. It was nearly 6,000 miles from the family and friends he left in Egypt a year ago to the park bench where Ismail Mohamed sat puffing…

| Aqilah Allaudeen

A Muslim Woman Comic Walks into a Bar: Changing Perceptions Through Jokes

WHY WE WROTE THIS Satire is often used to educate and broach tough topics. As negative perceptions of Islam persist throughout the U.S., some Muslim women are trying a softer way to build bridges: comedy. …

| Alexia Webster, Nina Strochlic

In Tijuana, a street studio attracts migrants and locals

Migrants on the caravan, commuters, and visitors form a backdrop to the world’s busiest land border crossing. Fabric and a few props are enough for photographer Alexia Webster to make portrait studios on sidewalks and…

| Kimberly Winston

As Halal Food Wins Over New Audiences, Some Fear It’s Losing Its Soul

The market for halal food is expanding rapidly. But where some see opportunity, other see an attempt to reduce religious faith to a marketing buzzword. Sameer Sarmast’s adventurous appetite long ago moved beyond his mother’s…

| Allison Herrera

Argentina’s feminist tango

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 – 5:19pm https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/2019_0717_09.mp3 Tango is deep in Argentine culture. It’s also steeped in traditional male-female roles. But some dancers are pushing for a more feminist version of tango. The World’s Allison…

| Stephen Franklin

With His Oud, This Musician Transports Audiences to Iraq

Rahim AlHaj, who has been nominated for Grammys, hopes to draw attention to the experiences of those caught in violent conflict in Iraq and elsewhere. Rahim AlHaj knows about loss. He knows about losing his…

| Aida Alami

Somali and American: Portrait of a Minnesota Community

Refugees often say that war feels like a wave of violence washing over them, leaving behind death and destruction. The feeling was no different for Katra Ali Hethar, who fled war-torn Somalia in 1991 with…

| Graham Liddell

Love of Soccer Bridges Huge Cultural Divides in Diverse Michigan City

HAMTRAMCK, Michigan — With two boys in maroon soccer jerseys in the back seat of her SUV, Maria Martínez navigates slippery, pot-holed streets past the chain-link fencing of a General Motors assembly plant slated for…

| Saskia Houttuin

De kinderen in de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek zijn juist trots op hun soldatentijd

Christophere (l) en Stevia (r) voor het huisje van hun oma Rosalie. Beeld Nicole Tung In de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (CAR) zijn 13.000 kindsoldaten bevrijd uit de handen van rebellengroepen. Organisaties helpen deze kinderen met reïntegreren…