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Awards and Opportunities
How one woman in Oaxaca used her podcast to help others speak out about the violence they’ve survived

Nayelli López Reyes, a weaver and an activist, created a vivid podcast of courageous women speaking out against violence in their community.

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How Gigantes succeeds in Uruguay with journalism made by and for children

Eleven-year old Juan Alliaume Irurueta is a voracious reader and loves video games. For three years, he has published reviews and interviews about his interests for Gigantes, a Uruguayan monthly print newspaper aimed at children and pre-teens that is a big success with audiences. “They published my first video game review in the fourth edition,” […]

False News and Disinformation
Newspapers in Colombia and Puerto Rico bet on transparency to cultivate credibility, get approval from The Trust Project

Colombia’s El Tiempo and Puerto Rico’s El Nuevo Día recently got a nod from the Trust Project, an international consortium for accountability and transparency in newsrooms worldwide.

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Gender and Diversity
Women leaders of digital native media in Brazil pave way for new leadership models

Women's leadership in digital native media has been highlighted by several studies on the sector in Latin America. Managers of journalistic organizations in Brazil have overcome leadership models created by men to find their own styles of team management. They also emphasize the importance of creating and maintaining spaces for exchange with other women leaders in journalism.