Daphne Galizia, who investigated corruption in , was murdered last year:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daphne_C

Journalists are fighting back against attempts to silence them. 18 news organizations from 15 countries are coordinating the , to tell her stories over the coming weeks. See, e.g.:

occrp.org/en/thedaphneproject/

The project is being coordinated by , an NPO specifically set up to amplify the stories of murdered journalists.

More about Daphne:
niemanreports.org/articles/she

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Similar collaborations between news orgs are becoming more common, thanks to better tools, better networking, and nonprofits specifically focused on building bridges. Here's a database of projects that anyone can study to get inspiration, compiled by the Center for Cooperative Media (!) and Melody Kramer:

collaborativejournalism.org/da

@constructivejournalism a federated, distributed, locally-managed but globally-read conter-information network? Where do I sign up? :D

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