The Judith Neilson Institute supports quality journalism, informed debate and great ideas.
As climate change disrupts the planet, should it upend journalism as well?
16 Jun 2022
Is it time for a new model of political journalism?
26 May 2022
Federal Election ’22: Straight to business for new PM, while the Coalition counts its losses
26 May 2022
Instruments and objectives: Explaining the News Media Bargaining Code
23 May 2022
Stories we're following
Quality journalism and ideas from around the world that caught our attention.
Woodward and Bernstein thought Nixon defined corruption. Then came Trump.
The way we talk about First Nations issues is striking, as our analysis of 82 million words of Australian news and opinion shows
The news industry’s $1bn question: Is Meta about to unfriend journalism?
Male Afghan TV presenters mask up to support female colleagues after Taliban decree
Providing journalists with resources to do outstanding work.
New bureau telling stories from the Pacific
JNI has supported The Guardian's Pacific Project since 2019. The project is helping to address the lack of coverage of the region.
Podcast shines a light on family's darkest secrets
My Sister's Secrets is a new investigative podcast from the Australian. Follow journalist Virginia Tapscott as she seeks to uncover her family's darkest truth — and shine a light on the secrets in all our families.
Journo is a new podcast from JNI that takes you inside the news — how it's made, disseminated and consumed.
Investigating Asia's digital sex crimes
The Institute has funded a cross-border reporting series on image-based abuse in Asia, as part of its Asian Stories initiative.
Funding quality journalism and engaging storytelling.
Giving journalists the skills and knowledge to produce great work.
Promoting well-informed discussion of the ideas and issues shaping the world.