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846 2020-12-30 The best of The Correspondent – recommended by the people who made the stories
With a focus on transnational journalism, I hope you’ll find our stories and approach relevant, informative and inspiring long after we stop publishing. Here is the best of The Correspondent, according to ‘Team TC’.
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791 2020-11-16 ‘Creating a world where we can just be’: artists respond to 2020’s crises
In June, The Correspondent invited five pan-African creatives to discuss the power and potential of creative expression – particularly against the backdrop of a global pandemic and anti-racism protests.
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716 2020-09-29 Happening today! Live event: how do we talk politics without beating each other up?
Join Baratunde Thurston, Nesrine Malik, Renata Avila and Patrick Chalmers today at 17:30 UTC to discuss how we improve our public political discourse for the sake of our democracies.
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704 2020-09-22 Our editorial report: A look back at The Correspondent’s first year of unbreaking news
The Correspondent is a year old! In our first editorial report, we share what we’re most proud of having achieved and the decision-making behind our journalism. One thing is clear: in a year when misinformation has been rife and the news has seemed overwhelming, our mission is as relevant as ever.
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671 2020-09-08 Listen to our journalism with your new The Correspondent audio app
Great news: as of today, you can listen to our journalism via our new app (available for Android and iOS). For the best and most privacy-friendly listening experience, get your daily dose of unbreaking news in The Correspondent app.
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518 2020-06-05 Africa in the imagination – attend our virtual panel on 11 June at 16:00 GMT
Over the course of 1.5 hours, an artist, author, director, designer and producer from across the African continent will discuss how creativity is shaping how we imagine what "Africa" is. Join us!
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423 2020-04-23 Pitch us! Get your work published by The Correspondent
Have an idea for a story or a series that’s perfect for a journalism platform focused on constructive, in-depth reporting? Managing editor Eliza Anyangwe outlines how to make your idea resonate.
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339 2020-03-10 Hey Siri, tell me how women are fighting artificial intelligence’s bias
From insurance payments to courtroom sentencing, AI makes increasingly complex decisions about our lives. And our belief that data is neutral allows algorithms to get away with murder. The fight back is being led by those most likely to find themselves on the wrong side of a computer’s decision.
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140 2019-11-26 The case against civility: who is your niceness really helping?
A request to shake hands and make up got me thinking about the importance of allowing room for anger, and why the expectation to “play nice” is not universally applied, nor ultimately beneficial.
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102 2019-11-05 We need to let go of our misguided devotion to personal agency
On occasion, falling down the rabbit hole that is Instagram yields positive results. It was there, on the social media platform, where I learned that American writer Anand Giridharadas would be speaking in Amsterdam. And, as though the gods of procrastination were this once glad to reward me for my fealty, the event would be free.And so off I went to listen to the best-selling author of
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42 2019-09-30 Pitch us! Get your work published by The Correspondent
Have an idea for a story or a series that’s perfect for a journalism platform focused on constructive, in-depth reporting? Managing editor Eliza Anyangwe outlines how to make your idea resonate.
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