Add your network

By filling in the questionnaire, you are agreeing to having the network featured in the directory. The details you include will be edited into a short description of your network and also be used as search filters so others can find your work. If you are not part of a network but know a group of journalists who should be featured in our directory, please send us your recommendations at

If your network does not have a website, please add a link to a social media page or group.
Is your network open to new members?(Required)
How can others support your network?(Required)
Tick all that apply.
The image you share here will be added to your network’s profile, alongside a screenshot of the website you have linked to above. It could be a group photo, a photo from your newsroom, from a meeting etc.
Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, pdf, jpeg, Max. file size: 10 MB.
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How large is your network?(Required)
What is the geographical focus of your network?(Required)
What best describes your network members?(Required)
What subjects are your network members specialised in? Tick all that apply.(Required)
What skills and activities are most developed in your network?(Required)
Does your network have a legal entity?(Required)
This information helps other journalists better understand what types of partnerships they can contact you about.

Contact information for your network

This section is helping us stay in touch with you if we have follow-up questions about your network or about how we could make this directory more useful to you. The information shared here will not appear on the network’s profile on the directory website, unless you explicitly tell you would like to have a public contact featured.

If you would like to show direct contact information for your network in the directory, please add a public contact name and email

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