The Humanitarian Journalism project is seeking to better understand how the news media report on humanitarian crises and what shapes their coverage.

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NEW INQUIRY: We have just launched our new inquiry on Humanitarian crises monitoring: impact of coronavirus. Read here for details and when to submit written evidence by: https://bit.ly/3dNWhR8 #UKaid #COVID19

Truly a shocking, sad day for journalism in NZ: the end of
@nzlistener @NorthSouthNZ @MetroMagNZ
that have done so much reporting, investigation & analysis over the years. A huge blow for their talented journalists & to our public sphere...1/ https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12321789

stories about the 4 Muslim minority doctors first to die on front line of UK pandemic @AJENews https://aje.io/s7sb6