Our rapidly changing world and interconnected societies are in need of journalists that collaborate across borders. But how do you, as a journalist, get started? What tools can you use, and how can you collaborate effectively across borders?
This playbook is a guide drawn from the experiences of a pioneering group of cross-border journalists. It is only the beginning: we would love to hear about your experiences and ideas on cross-border journalism in the feedback-section below.
Our playbook follows the flow of Brigitte Alfter’s ‘cross-border wheel.’ It visualises how a cross-border project does not necessarily have a fixed starting point and how each cross-border project naturally flows into a possible new project. Explore the wheel and jump into a section that might be of help in your borderless journey.
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Aidan White, the founder of the Ethical Journalism Network, in conversation with Ada Petriczko
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