Two of the world’s pioneers in quality, in-depth journalism about international news are joining forces in a bid to strengthen coverage of critical global challenges.
The New Humanitarian is the new home of News Deeply’s archive of some 5,000 issue-driven, award-winning articles on topics ranging from refugees to Ebola to peacebuilding.
Founded in 2012, News Deeply is an online journalism and technology company that specialised in single-issue news verticals until it stopped publishing in 2019. Its content will now live on with the launch of a new section on The New Humanitarian’s website called Deeply Humanitarian.
As a result of this partnership, journalism about critical international issues will reach and engage new audiences; and a community of readers with the drive to address the world’s challenges will be strengthened.
The New Humanitarian will give the News Deeply archives a permanent home on its platform, ensuring they remain accessible in posterity; and readers of News Deeply will have access to fresh content and engagement opportunities in their areas of interest through The New Humanitarian’s journalism and live events.
TNH’s journalism shapes the agenda to improve the lives of people affected by conflicts, disasters and other humanitarian crises. With Deeply Humanitarian, TNH is able to provide even more of the kind of content that our readers know and love.
Within Deeply Humanitarian, you’ll find Deeply categories covering a number of issues:
- Refugees Deeply
- Women’s Advancement Deeply
- Peacebuilding Deeply
- Malnutrition Deeply
- Oceans Deeply
- Water Deeply
- Arctic Deeply
- Syria Deeply
Within each Deeply, you can explore articles and commentary that complement our coverage.
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