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Can news tackle polarisation and mend democracy? Paid Members Public
Polarisation has been on the rise in many societies for the past decade. Is news stoking the conflict — and can better reporting be part of the solution?
Engaged Reading Digest: engaging ethically and slaying trolls Paid Members Public
The best of the web on engaged journalism ethics, troll fighting and mentorships.
Engaged Reading Digest: Adobe's Reddit error, impact editing and good news for good news Paid Members Public
Today's digital journalism digest: good news, new job roles and Reddit trolls
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is taking community seriously with its latest hire Paid Members Public
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has hired a community organiser [https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/blog/2017-11-20/the-bureau-hires-journalisms-first-community-organiser] , Kirsty Styles [https://twitter.com/kirstystyles1]: > We see ourselves as serving both the journalists/members of our network and the disparate communities that they serve across the country. By bringing these two crucial