The Judith Neilson Institute supports quality journalism, informed debate and great ideas.
What the war in Ukraine is teaching journalists
19 May 2022
Award-winning podcast Journo returns for season two
19 May 2022
Inside the newsroom: SBS language content
17 May 2022
Federal Election ’22: Media used to sound independent alarm
12 May 2022
Instruments and objectives: Explaining the News Media Bargaining Code
23 May 2022
Former ACCC Chair Rod Sims explains the development of Australia's News Media Bargaining Code, addresses some of the criticism it has faced, and provides recommendations for other jurisdictions looking to introduce similar regulations.
Stories we're following
Quality journalism and ideas from around the world that caught our attention.
Boris Nemtsov: Murdered Putin rival 'tailed' by agent linked to FSB hit squad
The rise and (maybe) fall of BuzzFeed News — and larger dreams for digital journalism
Morrison's new disinformation laws acknowledge big tech can't be trusted to hold itself to account
Providing journalists with resources to do outstanding work.
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.
Sophisticated coverage of Australia's cities and culture
Broadsheet has hired its first general news reporter, to uncover stories that capture the zeitgeist of our cities as they emerge from lockdown.
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.