This webpage is the PUBLIC window 

This webpage www.constructivejournalism.network serve as the public window on all things constructive journalism. It's aimed both for the profession and for public service.                              It is the go-to website for updates, debate, overview, and resources from the network and professionals, who are active within constructive journalistic methods.

 

THE NETWORK ITSELF IS HOSTED IN SLACK

The Constructive Journalism Network itself is hosted within the Slack digital workspace. There you will find discussion forums on topics like "News", "Research", "Training" and "General". 

Currently, 123 professional reporters, editors, news management, educators, and researchers have joined. If you would like to join the network itself, go here. 

  Screenshot. The Cojo Network hosted by Slack. 

Screenshot. The Cojo Network hosted by Slack. 


Constructive Journalism Network was founded in 2017 with a tri-part mission:

  1. To facilitate collaboration among journalism professionals, researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners of constructive journalism around the world and across newsrooms and education.

  2. To share the findings and best practices of constructive journalism with the broadest possible audience.

  3. To promote the science of constructive journalism and its research-based applications.

Constructive Journalism Network hopes to support the global dialogue of both researchers and practitioners working in the field of constructive journalism.

We want to create rigorous standards for constructive journalism, so that the field always represents the very best levels of current knowledge. If you share in this mission and vision, we hope you will consider joining.