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  • A letter to my younger self • Yen Duong

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked journalist, photographer and One World Media award winner, Yen Duong to take a trip…

  • Staff Pick: After Shock

    It was 11.56am on April 25, 2015 when everything started shaking. A devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal. Five hours later and thousands of miles away in Hampshire, the UK’s largest…

  • A letter to my younger self • Ruona Meyer

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked investigative journalist and One World Media award winner, Ruona Meyer to take a trip…

  • The Docs That Made Me… with Ali Sargent

    From form, pace and style, to sound and framing, as a new doc filmmaker you can learn a lot by watching a wide range of documentaries. We asked our Fellows to share…

  • Catalyst Award… An acceptance speech

    An award is a powerful thing. A chance to celebrate of course, but also to reflect on what we’re doing and why.   Obviously, at One World Media, we love Awards. Every…

  • 6 tips for journalists starting out in the industry

    This is a notoriously difficult industry to get started in, so we spoke to some experts to get their top tips!     Sometimes it can be impossible to know which stories…

  • One World Media Fellowship 2020: Open for applications!

    Calling all emerging filmmakers and journalists!   We are delighted to announce that the One World Media Fellowship 2020 is now open for applications! The Fellowship supports new talent from around the…

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Open Source Investigation

    A new wave of open source, ‘couch-investigators’ are transforming investigative journalism. We asked the team at BBC Africa Eye to share their top tips for getting started. with Daniel Adamson and Ben…

  • Staff Pick: Living the Chinese Dream

    For years the Chinese city of Yiwu has welcomed business-savvy Syrians, Yemenis, Libyans and Iraqis, but without laws recognising refugees many of the city’s migrants are worried about how long they will…

  • Staff Pick: Love in the Factories

    Pressured into conforming to heterosexual expectations, LGBT women seek refuge by going to work in Cambodia’s garment factories. Directed by Eve Watling     Q+A with the filmmaker For the first of…

  • Introducing: OWM Presents

    From Sudan’s First Flying Robot Farmer to Korean Lovers in Baghdad, explore a selection of short films, photo essays and articles created by the One World Media alumni in our new playlist!…

  • How to prepare for a shoot as a photojournalist

    Award-winning journalist and photographer, Kate Holt shares her checklist for preparing for a shoot. By Kate Holt I have been a photojournalist for twenty years. No two shoots are ever the same,…