Glossary
October 25, 2022

Frequently used terms for the Sinking Cities Project, and where to learn more.

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Editorial Note
October 24, 2022

Their stories are meant to help break the illusion of gradual, natural change and uncloak what is happening to coastal cities for what it is: a deeply social, cultural and political phenomenon that is inextricably linked with actions humans take now.

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Reporting migration as a human story: tips from our journalists
September 16, 2022

“I not only understand the circumstances that lead people to move abroad, but I also share their experiences, know the problems and processes they went through to come here, and because immigrants tend to build networks to provide help for each other,” Landivar notes.

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How to inject some optimism into your climate doom diet
August 5, 2022

Curiosity and wonder are good anecdotes against fear.

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Call for Applications: The Sinking Cities Project
March 29, 2022

Join our mission! International newsroom Unbias the News will connect, train, and publish local journalists

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Why we are launching the Sinking Cities Project
January 20, 2022

Unbias the News will connect, train, and publish local journalists covering how rising sea levels and coastal flooding caused by climate change threaten cities.

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Is tech providing an invisible cloak for harassment?
November 24, 2021

Behind the scenes of our latest story: Editor Tina Lee looks at an epidemic of sexist harassment enabled by messaging apps and social media.

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Going beyond the “single story”
November 5, 2021

What comes to mind when you think of your country? Behind the scenes of our latest story,”Mind the Gaze.”

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Exploitation Across Borders
August 16, 2021

Indian migrant workers fight for their right to get paid in Serbia

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Why Visa Privilege is a Press Freedom Issue
July 5, 2021

Being able to leave your country is an indispensable professional necessity for journalists – wherever they are based.

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Author: Tina Lee

Tina Lee is editor-in-chief of Unbias the News and head of publications at Hostwriter. In her spare time, she researches, writes, and podcasts about the politics of migration and far right.

Sinking Cities

Glossary

Frequently used terms for the Sinking Cities Project, and where to learn more.

Sinking Cities

Editorial Note

Their stories are meant to help break the illusion of gradual, natural change and uncloak what is happening to coastal cities for what it is: a deeply social, cultural and political phenomenon that is inextricably linked with actions humans take now.

Individuals staring into their smartphone screens as their shadows show them with mops and brooms.
Behind the Scenes

Reporting migration as a human story: tips from our journalists

“I not only understand the circumstances that lead people to move abroad, but I also share their experiences, know the problems and processes they went through to come here, and because immigrants tend to build networks to provide help for each other,” Landivar notes.

Waves and lightening strikes wash away buildings of all sorts, windmills, churches, bridges, huts in this image by Victoria Shibaeva
Behind the Scenes

Why we are launching the Sinking Cities Project

Unbias the News will connect, train, and publish local journalists covering how rising sea levels and coastal flooding caused by climate change threaten cities.

A man riding on a horse carries an eagle on his hand. On his left walks a man who waves a flag, behind them is a crowd on the street. Two protesters carry demonstration signs.
Behind the Scenes

Going beyond the “single story”

What comes to mind when you think of your country? Behind the scenes of our latest story,”Mind the Gaze.”

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