Emboldened by early achievements, Preethi Nallu charges into second year at Report for World with new title

Preethi Nallu has achieved significant milestones in her first year leading Report for the World. The program has expanded its presence in newsrooms across the globe — beginning with Brazil, India and Nigeria, it now boasts 45 reporting corps members in 32 newsrooms across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Report for the World

A year in review

This was a busy year for Report for the World. In 2022, we expanded to new countries, met new corps members and brought good journalism to communities across the globe. To celebrate, we’re revisiting five of our favorite moments. Welcoming our first Global Director Preethi Nallu joined Report for the World this July as our

Report for the World holds its first ever corps member gathering, with a focus on environmental journalism

Report for the World reached a new milestone, as we held our first ever in-person gathering in São Paulo, Brazil last week, bringing together our Latin American corps members and newsroom partners for  a two-day investigative journalism workshop. The training sessions were supported by journalismfund.eu Participating corps members and editors from Brazil, Mexico and Peru

Report for the World doubles down on global local news crisis, welcomes new corps members

Report for the World is pleased to announce the selection and placement of 15 new corps members, effectively doubling the size of its reporting corps in eight countries. The journalists will cover under-reported areas such as climate change, environment, criminal and social justice, education, healthcare, and civil liberties.  Report for the World, an initiative of

Q&A: The risks and challenges of covering the Amazon

The murders of the British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira during a reporting trip in the Brazilian Amazon have once again exposed the risks for those investigating environmental issues and Indigenous communities. Phillips and Pereira were murdered last month in the Javari Valley, close to Brazil’s border with Peru and Colombia,

Q&A: Corps Member Vivian Chime

Vivian Chime is a journalist covering climate change for TheCable through Report for the World.  The interview has been edited for length and clarity.  When you began considering career options, what did you find compelling about a career in journalism? At first my journalism journey started out as a childhood flare for liking people I

If not journalists, then who will save democracy?

“First they came for the journalists… We don’t know what happened after that.” This riff on the famous confession by Lutheran pastor Martin Niemöller about the silence of German elites about Nazi aggression was popularized by Rappler co-founder and Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa in a FRONTLINE documentary titled “A Thousand Cuts” last year.