A great deal of news is “conflict” based and journalists are participants in the conflicts they cover. Though they may make every effort to be “objective,” this is difficult at best.
Complex conflicts are full of pitfalls for journalists, but the more one understands what is really going on in a conflict, and the role of the conflict journalist, the better the coverage can be.
If you weren’t lucky enough to have someone who helped you along the way, then you know first-hand the value of our Conflict Reporting Guide course programme. Our founder Vudi Xhymshiti, will take a moment to help you reflect on your educational and career journey. He will be your inspirational teacher and your co-worker who will show you the ropes of your educational and career pathway to conflict reporting.