Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide

by Youth Journalism International
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Give a voice to 200+ student journalists worldwide
Jan 9, 2018

Happy new year from Youth Journalism International

To give students an even better platform for their work – and to give you a better experience as a reader – YJI took the plunge and invested in a new website. The American website design company Cornershop Creative worked quickly this fall to move all the stories, photos and videos from YJI’s outdated website and blog to the new site: youthjournalism.org.

The change gave YJI a fresh look online – for desktop, tablet and mobile. From now on, this website will showcase all student work and keep you up to date on news about YJI, its annual Excellence in Journalism contest and much more.

Included in the move will be all the material published on the organization’s earliest website, The Tattoo teen newspaper. There’s great work from those years, so expect to see some of it popping up in the “Featured” section on the new website, which displays links to stellar work from across the years.

Among other improvements, each student will have an “author” page with links to all their work. The process of updating is still going on, but there’s plenty to see right now, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, please do, and let us know what you think. We hope you’ll love it.

Thank you for making it possible.


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