Journalism & Media

Our programs for reporters, editors, and other media producers enable rigorous and independent reporting on issues related to global peace and security.

Recent Work & Highlights

Read stories and highlights from our media fellows and updates from our Journalism and Media team about about recent workshops, trainings, story labs, and fellowships.


Research on OSINT Ethics in Reporting Resonates as Russia-Ukraine War Erupts

Journalists and analysts covering international security say ethical dilemmas are common in their work.

March 30, 2022


Reflections on “Reporting from the Front Lines of Peace”

Through independent reporting and policy dialogue, a partnership with The New Humanitarian dug deep into what works to strengthen resilience and build peace.

March 16, 2022


Climate Journalism in a Changing World

Join us on November 10 at 12:10 PM (GMT) for a live—and livestreamed—event from the UN Climate Talks (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, featuring journalists from around the world actively reporting on the historic climate negotiations.

November 2, 2021


COP26 media coverage from the ground in Glasgow

As part of the CCMP reporting fellowship, twenty journalists from developing countries reported on location at the crucial UN climate negotiations in Scotland.

October 29, 2021


Journalists report the pandemic’s impact on risks and resilience to mass violence around the world

Our multimedia commissioning project investigates stories of atrocity risks and resilience in seven countries across five continents during COVID-19.

August 23, 2021


Climate Change Media Partnership Reporting Fellowships to COP26

The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) program will bring journalists from developing countries to attend and report on the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in November 2021.

June 30, 2021

Media Analysis

Challenges and Action Points for Energy Reporting in Southeast Asia

“Fueling the Tiger Cubs” media analysis of coal and clean energy media coverage in Southeast Asia culminates in action plan paving way for progress.

January 28, 2021


Beyond the Bang-Bang: Reporting from the Front Lines of Peace

Independent, non-profit newsroom The New Humanitarian and the Stanley Center partner to explore what makes societies resilient to conflict and mass violence.

November 5, 2020

Media Analysis

Fueling the Tiger Cubs: How Southeast Asia’s Media Is Covering Coal’s Last Frontier

New research from young journalists in Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines analyzes the coal and clean energy media narratives that are shaping national energy debates in Southeast Asia.

October 22, 2020


Red Flags or Resilience? COVID-19’s Impact on Atrocity Risks

Multimedia commissioning project explores the connections between the coronavirus pandemic and the factors for risk and resilience to mass violence and atrocities.

September 28, 2020


Young journalists investigate media coverage of coal and clean energy in Southeast Asia

Ten journalists from Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia will analyze how media in their countries are covering clean energy issues and identify opportunities to strengthen future reporting.

August 3, 2020


Partner Profile: Climate Tracker

In a Q&A with the Stanley Center's Devon Terrill, Chris Wright of Climate Tracker discusses the evolution of his organization and why building a network of young climate journalists from around the world is so important.

June 12, 2020