ON THE MEDIA | Journalists and Civil Society Are Teaming Up

August 1, 2022

The practice upends the industry’s drive for neutrality. But cross-field collaborations are becoming more commonplace to help bolster investigative work.

“When organizations spend valuable resources uncovering corruption, abuse, or neglect, they want to see the problem addressed. Cross-field collaborations between media and civil society organizations are one way to achieve that goal”

Source: Journalists and Civil Society Are Teaming Up | Nieman Reports, July 19, 2022

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