The Judith Neilson Institute supports quality journalism and informed debate.
Nine adds more Indigenous voices to newsrooms
22 Jul 2021
Community Voices hit the ground running
19 Jul 2021
Angelica Ojinnaka: Complex cultures, connecting communities
06 Jul 2021
Press is not just a necessary check on power, but is itself a power
23 Jun 2021
What we’re reading
Stories from around the world that caught our attention.
‘Be right, assume nothing, speak to people’: John Silvester on 40 years of crime reporting
Ignoring false statements and stunts by politicians is working well so far
The great lie at the heart of Australia's de facto COVID-19 strategy is about to be exposed
The closure of Apple Daily marks the start of a sinister new era for Hong Kong
Providing journalists with resources to do outstanding work.
Forkast examines China's Asian tech ambitions
Forkast is producing a three-part series exploring how China is setting Asia's technology standards, with the support of a grant from JNI.
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.
Supporting Community Voices
Media Diversity Australia
Community Voices is an initiative of the Judith Neilson Institute, in partnership with Media Diversity Australia. Its goal is to strengthen the ability of individuals from diverse backgrounds to participate in Australia’s national conversation.
Helping remote students to become media literate citizens
The ABC's Remote Media Literacy Project is providing opportunities to Australia's most remote student to develop their skills, knowledge and critical thinking about the media.
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.