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Story Type: Big New Idea

8 Stories

This collection highlights stories of the story type "big new idea". 

Many solutions-oriented...

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Elizabeth Tompkins

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Story Type: Apples to Apples

3 Stories

This collection showcases stories of the story type "Apples to Apples."

The main question here is:...

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Elizabeth Tompkins

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Crowdfunding

5 Stories

In an age of economic globalization and rapidly-increasing access to technology, new avenues are...

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Microfinance + Microcredit

5 Stories
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Microfinance - or creating financial products such as savings plans, small loans, or insurance to...

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Marketing to the Base of the Pyramid

4 Stories

Ten years ago, a book called "The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid," introduced the idea that...

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Gender Equity

5 Stories
2 external links

Solutions journalism is news about how communities and organizations are responding to social and...

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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

Educator

Rethinking Reentry

4 Stories
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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

Gun policies in the United States

6 Stories
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On average, 96 people are killed with guns in the United States every day. Mass shootings are...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Ideas From Other Justice Systems

4 Stories
2 external links

What can the U.S. Justice system learn from other countries and cultures? No matter your...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Preventing Mass Shootings

5 Stories
3 external links

Like most people at this moment, in the aftermath of the massacre at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Talking with violent extremists

4 Stories
3 external links

Violent extremism refers to the beliefs and actions of people who use or support the use of...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Fostering personal relationships in polarized societies

4 Stories
3 external links

Sectarian conflicts can get so polarized that people from different identity groups stop talking...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Sexual Assault on Campus

4 Stories
2 external links

In a post-Weinstein world, it seems there is a continuous cycle of ongoing sexual assault cases...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

"Plugging the Leaks" to Diversify the Teacher Workforce

6 Stories
7 external links

Michael Hansen writes in the Hechinger Report, “The cards are stacked against public schools ever...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Shifting the Focus to Solutions

3 Stories

Most journalism is about what’s wrong in the world, with very little focus or reporting on what...

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Discovering What Works: Using Prizes

7 Stories
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The stories in this collection (one of three about Discovering What Works) provide an overview of...

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Discovering What Works: Rapid Results

3 Stories
1 external link

This is the second of three teaching collections on Discovering What Works in the field of social...

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K-12 Sex Ed for the #MeToo Era

8 Stories
2 external links

Only 24 American states and the District of Columbia require sex ed classes in public schools....

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Creating the Greatest Possible Impact: Moneyball Philanthropy & Effective Altruism

5 Stories
3 external links

Can a science of philanthropy inform spending in a way that maximizes the benefit? This...

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Overcoming the Big Challenges: Measuring Impact

5 Stories

 Certain challenges are endemic to all forms of social entrepreneurship; impact measurement...

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Addressing Root Causes

4 Stories

Many well-meaning social programs don’t quite get to the root of the problem—they only treat the...

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Embracing the Power of Relationships

6 Stories

What the solutions journalism stories in this collection all have in common is that they are...

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