communications strategies for policy change
This post is from our colleagues at the Renaissance Journalism Center.
The Renaissance Journalism Center is proud to announce the launch of its redesigned Vietnam Reporting Project website. The new website showcases the in-depth, award-winning multimedia journalism produced by the 13 participating journalists, a talented mix of veteran journalists, photographers and videographers, and students.
The fellows traveled to Vietnam in 2010 to examine the lingering impact of Agent Orange contamination, a toxic defoliant sprayed over much of Vietnam by U.S. forces during the war. Through the dissemination of powerful journalism content across multiple media platforms—television, radio, print, Web, video—and by leveraging the mainstream, ethnic and social media, the project sought to shine a spotlight on this long-forgotten and poorly reported issue affecting Vietnamese and Americans.