Category Unbias the News

SHIFT! publication: Reshaping media narratives through diverse voices

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By Gabriela Ramirez “I still remember the anger I felt in 2018 when I saw how media outlets spoke about people who looked like me, my friends and my family: Condescending, stereotyping and vilifying.” Esra Karakaya, Founder, Karakaya Talks It… Continue Reading →

The World Talks: ZEIT ONLINE launches first global dialogue format in partnership with Unbias The News, Others 

ZEIT ONLINE is launching a global dialogue experiment: on June 25, “The World Talks” will bring people from all over the world together for cross-border one-on-one conversations to discuss topics such as climate change or equality. An algorithm will form… Continue Reading →

The future of journalism – Trust will not rebuild itself

Discussing shrinking civic space, new media and democracy “What is our job – just to be a witness to the end of the world? Or to rethink the way in which we live our lives, and probably somewhere, build a… Continue Reading →

Hostwriter brings the discussion on the climate crisis reporting to re:publica 2022

By Gabriela Ramirez Are governments really preparing for the climate crisis ahead? What is being done to minimize the impact we now know will come, rising sea levels, extreme weather and drought? We want to know, and we are sure,… Continue Reading →

What is the Sinking Cities Project? Hostwriter’s new move to ‘Unbias’ Climate Journalism

By Gabriela Ramirez In 2021 the article with the word “Sinking City” which had the highest engagement across the internet was not what you might expect. The article is about a video game with the same name. A video game… Continue Reading →

Unbias the News: Selection of Pitches

By Ankita Anand It’s pouring pitches! A lot of people out there seem to share our mission because our widely circulated calls for pitches got us around 800 entries! With infinite resources, we would have loved nothing more than to… Continue Reading →

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