A first-of-its-kind resource features the individuals and organizations around the world committed to creating and sharing rigorous and compelling reporting on responses to social problems.
This is a beta version of the directory that may take a few minutes to load, depending on internet speed. An enhanced version of the directory with many more filter options will launch in late 2023. In the meantime, here's a sneak peek!
Looking to join the Solutions Journalism Directory? You can create a listing for yourself and/or your organization here.
Feeling inspired? Check out our new resource — Solutions Journalism Assessment & Goal-setting Tool.
This resource is designed to provide an opportunity to reflect on your solutions journalism practice and set objectives to develop it further. It is designed for individual/freelance journalists, newsroom leaders, trainers and educators with a detailed assessment framework, which draws on the network's wealth of experience and knowledge. Click this link and follow the questions step by step.
After going through the Assessment Tool, check out this roadmapping guide with helpful recommendations for making your goals a reality.
Our newly-launched public directory for solutions journalism practitioners connects and visualizes the people and organizations invested in solutions reporting. This first-of-its-kind resource allows people interested in solutions journalism to connect directly with others. You can use the directory to build connections, strengthen your network and contribute towards the momentum of transforming journalism and spreading the practice of solutions journalism around the world.
The directory includes both organizations and individuals. Organizations include newsrooms and collaboratives producing or republishing solutions journalism; institutions providing training in or support for solutions journalism; educational institutions including journalism schools that are teaching solutions journalism; and nonprofits and other organizations frequently sharing solutions journalism with their networks.
The directory also includes individuals, such as media organization leaders committed to solutions journalism in their organizations; journalists championing solutions journalism in their work or newsrooms; journalists willing to share their solutions journalism experience with students; educators teaching solutions journalism or using solutions journalism in the classroom; Solutions Journalism Network fellows; and academic researchers focused on solutions journalism.
Does this sound like you? Join the directory!
An all-teach, all-learn philosophy is at the heart of the Solutions Journalism Network. Each of us has much to offer others, and support that we can receive from others. Sharing your "offers" and "asks" is an optional way to invite connection with others in the network!
You may update or delete your directory listing at any time by contacting Marie von Hafften, SJN's technical lead.