Category: Features

  • A woman sitting indoors, looking off to the side

    Stories from the Tiny Foundation Fellows for Investigative Journalism

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  • A resident scoops a writhing fish net out of the river with the day’s catch.

    A Mekong island too tiny for industrial farming now points to Vietnam’s future

    Sonal Gupta reports on how the small Vietnamese island of Con Chim could be a model for more sustainable agriculture and tourism.

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  • Microfinance in Cambodia

    Microfinance was hailed as a way to change the lives of hundreds of millions of people without access to credit. Global Reporting Program fellow Hanna Hett reports that in Cambodia, borrowers are now drowning in debt and being forced off their land.

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  • Trust us: Inside the Jersey Offshore investigation

    A four-part podcast series produced by the GRC and European Investigative Collaborations, in partnership with TRACE International’s Bribe, Swindle or Steal. The series tells the fascinating and little-known story about a trove of leaked documents exposing the machinations of a trust company in Jersey, Britain’s notorious tax haven.

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  • An vaccine being injected into an arm.

    The Vaccine Problem

    To better weather future pandemics, the way countries procure vaccines needs to change radically.

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  • Rice farmers pay the price for conservation in the Mekong Basin

    This series follows rice farmers from Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake downstream to the Delta in Vietnam where the Mekong River joins the South China Sea. Rice farming is a major industry and food source, but is under threat from a changing climate. As farmers face pressure to change how they farm in an effort to…

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  • People wrapping a child in a reflective gold blanket

    On the border between Poland and Ukraine

    Conflict / Photo Essay On the border between Poland and Ukraine Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has triggered what the UN has described as the “fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War.” Ali Arkady gives us a glimpse into the lives of people displaced by the conflict, and the volunteers who’ve gathered at…

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  • Stuck. | گیر | Sıkışmış

    “Stuck” follows the journeys of migrants throughout Turkey’s two-tiered immigration process, and shows the labyrinthine system than non-Syrians face as they try to start new lives in Europe. This project is available in English, Farsi, and Turkish.

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  • A person chained to a tree

    Out of the shadows

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  • Beyond school

    A deep look at the wide-ranging impacts of an aging world. Produced by students of the Global Reporting Program and co-published by the Globe and Mail.

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