Where the best articles from Ground Report get recognition. This is a compilation of articles and contributors that have received Recognition Awards from Ground Report. Winning contributors received a cash prize from a pool of anonymous donations.
This publication is for those letters to the editor of the New York Times that didn't get published.
News and commentary on topics such as law enforcement, terrorism, crime, corruption, security, special operations, political corruption, espionage, and related subjects.
In the age of media conglomeration and concentration, the voice of the voiceless as a basic journalistic mantra is getting far undermined at present. While multinational media corporations are busy producing their media contents as per their own priorities, promoting journalism in favor of majority interests equipped with a genuinely public conscience would definitely be more relevant. Moreover, advocating for political and socio-economic justice for the working class is important for...
Worldfocus fills the void in international news coverage and informs American viewers about the relevance of international events. The nightly news program and Web site report on events from around the world and cover the stories that don’t always make the headlines.
GroundReporters covering the election from the ground up. Witness democracy through the eyes of citizen journalists.
At IWPR (Institute for War and Peace Reporting) , we believe in the power of independent journalism to build peace and democracy in areas of crisis. Our programs strengthen the capacity of independent media to ensure that voices of human rights activists and local civil society groups resonate locally and abroad. We run long-term reporting, training and capacity-building programs in more than two dozen areas in crisis and transition around the world. These programs empower local journali...
On-the-ground coverage of Super Tuesday, the biggest day in the 2008 American Presidential elections thus far. Be a part of the media as 24 states vote in the primaries.
Exclusive coverage of the efforts of the Giving to Ghana Foundation in association with the American Arbitration Association in training Ghanaian students in dispute resolution techniques with the broader goal of improving the Ghanaian court system.
The LGBT world has a place all its own with Logo, the new lesbian & gay network from MTV Networks. Whether it's on TV, online, or on your mobile, Logo brings you the stories, shows and news you won't see anywhere else. From original series and films to groundbreaking documentaries to LGBT news and more.