Updates + Events
A new look, and a renewed focus on doing things differently
The Global Reporting Centre has evolved since its inception nearly seven years ago. Reflecting on its development, executive director and founder Peter Klein said, “We thought that, if we’re going to build up global journalism, we could try different approaches. But the notion of really challenging the norms and practices wasn’t central to our early…
Meet our new supply chain reporting fellow
We spoke with Emma Barnes-Lewis, the GRC’s Supply Chain Reporting Fellow, about what compelled her to research modern slavery and exploitation.
How a ‘carbon cage’ blocks climate mitigation
Associate Professor Kate Ervine with a short doc for Scientific American exploring how climate action is stopped by carbon dependence. Co-produced by Duy Linh Tu with support from the Hidden Costs Academic-Journalism Collaboration Grant.
Fake Facebook accounts used to attack detained Moroccan journalists in coordinated online campaign
Part of a larger GRC/CPJ study on efforts to discredit and harass journalists around the world.
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Maria Ressa speaks on disinformation and democracy
The GRC co-hosted a public lecture by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa, who explained how disinformation spread by social media threatens democracy.
China’s capture of Ghana’s fishing industry threatening food security
Ghanian journalist Kwabena Adu Koranteng and researcher Alassane Samba look at how Chinese proliferation in Ghana’s fishing industry is threatening food security in the region. This story is a result of the Hidden Costs Academic-Journalism Collaboration Grant.
Global Reporting Centre wins National Edward R. Murrow Award
Turning Points wins a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Announcing the Tiny Foundation Fellows for Investigative Journalism
The Global Reporting Centre and the Citizens announce the seven recipients of The Tiny Foundation Fellowships for Investigative Journalism. The fellows, who include both up-and-coming and experienced journalists, will dive into the role of technology in abuses of power.