World News Day is a global campaign to amplify the power and impact of fact-based journalism. It will take place on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
World News Day’s organizers, The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) and WAN-IFRA’s World Editors Forum (WEF), expect more than 500 news organizations to use World News Day as a platform to demonstrate the value of fact-based journalism.
The World News Day campaign will provide enhanced creative materials to help trusted global news organizations drive home the message that their Journalism Makes a Difference, and is worth promoting and defending.
Last year, 500 news organizations took part in World News Day. From the Financial Times and the Guardian, to the Fiji Sun and The Sacramento Bee, World News Day touched six continents, generated more than two hundred million impressions on social media, and inspired meaningful global conversations on the power and impact of journalism. However, the need for trustworthy information has rarely been greater.
To join the 2022 campaign and get recognized as a participating newsroom on the World News Day website, please email World News Day’s Global Project Manager, Alexander Jones, at email@example.com.
Fact-based journalism is making a difference
More than 500 news organizations from around the world mark World News Day by demonstrating the power of journalism to make a difference. Here, you will find a selection of their most impactful stories:
In an exclusive interview for Eurovision News, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy says any potential compromises to be agreed by Ukraine would need to be put to the people in a referendum.
By combining expert analysis with open-source verification, The Times and Storyful were able to provide clarity and certainty on videos of weapons systems deployed in Ukraine.
Six months after Russia invaded Ukraine, Storyful journalist Joanne Stocker-Kelly examines how the war has played out on social media and what this means for newsgathering and verification.
On this World News Day, Dawn tells the story of a visually-impaired man whose livelihood is tied to the print industry
Ana Kriégel murder trial: The complete story | The Irish Times
TRAILER: Life + Limb documentary | Stuff Circuit
The Fight Against Hunger | The Indian Express