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Rural mental health fixes

6 Stories
How to bring high quality mental health services to isolated parts of the world? Here's a look at...
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Leah Todd

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Rural labor and employment

6 Stories
Business development in rural areas presents myriad complex challenges: geographic distance from...
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Leah Todd

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Job Training for Formerly Incarcerated People

5 Stories
One of the most critical factors in a formerly incarcerated person's ability to build a...
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Jean Friedman-Rudovsky

The Reentry Project

Other

Innovative Approaches to Expanding Access to Contraception

7 Stories
Over 220 million women through out the world want access to contraception, but don't have it....
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Courtney Martin

The Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Piloting

3 Stories

After a problem has been recognized, change-makers construct an initiative that attempts to solve...

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Lita Tirak

Solutions Journalism Network

Researcher or Data Scientists

Gender Equity

7 Stories
2 external links

Gender equity is a fundamental human right. Yet, many women and girls continue to face...

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Taylor Nelson

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Scaling

6 Stories

An initiative, typically designed by a single organization or locale, which has become successful...

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Lita Tirak

Solutions Journalism Network

Researcher or Data Scientists

Voting & Voter Registration

5 Stories

From across the United States and around the world, these stories illustrate what is working to...

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Arseni Sutton

University of California, Berkeley

Student

Migrant Farmworkers

4 Stories

Migrant farmworkers are often underpaid, under served, and underappreciated despite the fact that...

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Kate Furguson

Wake Forest University

Student

Closing Immigrants' Opportunity Gap through Education

4 Stories

Despite its status as a universal human right, education sometimes fails to serve the populations...

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Julia Hotz

University of Cambridge

Student

LGBTQIA+ Rights

4 Stories

LGBTQIA+ rights are often at the forefront of the news.  This collection covers stories...

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Elizabeth Tompkins

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Adapting to a Changing Climate

5 Stories

Solutions journalism about how new initiatives increasing the sustainability of global energy and...

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Elizabeth Tompkins

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Health Insurance in America

6 Stories

America's healthcare is by far the most expensive in the world, and in 2014 there were still 33...

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Elizabeth Tompkins

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Human Rights in Africa

4 Stories

Efforts to advance human rights in Africa are numerous and diverse.  Many involve outside...

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Svenja Wolter

Marburg University

Other

This Land Is Our Land

5 Stories

This collection takes a look at various efforts being implemented by people throughout the world...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Smart Cities

4 Stories

As people increasingly move to urban areas, cities are grappling with how to best provide for...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Media Diversity

4 Stories
Stories that explore efforts to expand the age, race, class, and experience of media creators as...
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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Rethinking Reentry

4 Stories
4 external links

It's rare to actually incarcerate someone and “throw away the key” these days. Most people sent...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Ending Child Marriage

4 Stories

In some countries, the rate of girls who are wedded below the age of 18 are extremely high....

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

An Alternative to Traditional Loans in Higher Education

5 Stories
2 external links

In 1955, economist Milton Friedman proposed what today are called "Income Share Agreements"...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

With Seniors in Mind

4 Stories

For many considering initiatives to create social change, the focus is on creating a world that...

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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Making voting maps fair

4 Stories
2 external links

Lawmakers across the United States are in hot water for drawing voting maps to favor their own...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Graphic/Data Journalist

Health and Technology

4 Stories
This collection of stories hilights how technology is advancing the quality of and access to...
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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

Call the Midwife

4 Stories

For impoverished, indigenous, and refugee women, accessing quality maternal care can be an...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

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