• Washington is broken. You are not. Help DecodeDC report stories that really matter.

    A veteran political correspondent sets out on her own to find new ways to cover Washington, D.C.

  • Investigating a mystery epidemic that is devastating agricultural laborers.

    An investigative journalist tracks a killer disease from Nicaragua to Sri Lanka in pursuit of the truth.

  • A journalism project investigating the impact of village court rulings on survivors of gender-based violence in rural Bangladesh.

    A young reporter investigates an extra-judicial killing in rural Bangladesh and exposes the role of gender in the justice system.

  • We are a new Spanish language podcast telling uniquely Latin American stories.

    This new podcast series shares stories from the Americas en Español.

  • Newsmotion is a civic media, public art and documentary storytelling initiative.

    This web-based hub for citizen journalism from around the world shares stories and video from seven countries on four continents and counting.

  • Award-winning journalist Michael Totten returns to Libya.

    One of the first American journalists to visit Libya in 2004 returns to explore the country in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

  • Give a voice to the Nuban people and bring light to the war Sudan is waging against it's own people. Support Eyes and Ears Nuba.

    Citizen journalists provide a first-person perspective on the ongoing conflict in south Sudan.

  • Invest in the future of journalism Invest in Journalism Without Walls

    The next generation of foreign correspondents receive on-the-ground training and experience on a reporting trip to Kenya.

  • An award winning radio show about design, architecture and the 99% Invisible activity that shapes our world.

    The most-funded journalism project to date, 99% Invisible is a radio show that tells unusual stories from the frontiers of architecture, urbanism, and design.

  • Change the way crime is covered. Create a reporting lab within Homicide Watch DC to cover every murder in Washington for one year.

    Homicide Watch is a community-driven reporting project that documents every murder in Washington, D.C.

  • Award winning reporting giving voice to the voiceless, holding officials accountable, creating a forum for re-imagining Baltimore.

    Baltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

  • The world is full of big stories. We don't want them to go missing.

    Matter is a home for in-depth, independent journalism about the ideas that are shaping our future.