Review of Journalism 2023 Diversity Report

The Review of Journalism strives to create a workplace and publication that reflects the diversity of both our readers and the stories we tell. Here’s how we stacked up in 2023.

When journalism Becomes a Crime

Türkiye has outlawed “disinformation.” Meet the first journalist to be arrested

Console Yourself

Why play video games to escape reality when you can be reminded of our modern hellscape while you play?

Her Authentic Self

How Lela Savic, founding editor of La Converse, reinvented francophone journalism

How not to cover a natural disaster

I’m about to graduate from my journalism degree, despite waning faith in this industry

‘Everybody Could Be a Journalist’

In the wake of consistent layoffs, some small newsrooms are shifting to a co-operative model, and relying on volunteer journalism

The words of a jailed journalist

An interview with journalist Amber Bracken on her arrest and current legal case against the RCMP

Remembering Shireen Abu Akleh

Iman Adem pays tribute to Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh one year after she was killed by the Israel Defense Forces

Headlines Roll

This year, Postmedia announced a series of cost-cutting measures that would result in widespread layoffs. Among the hardest hit was the Montreal Gazette, the country’s oldest newspaper.

Reporter’s Pride

It’s important to celebrate journalistic wins! Sofia Ariza asked three journalists about their proudest pieces.