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Early-Career Journalists Explore a Path to Resilience for Central America’s Northern Triangle

Through the latest virtual Journalism Bootcamp at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), young journalists from the University of New Mexico looked at how natural disasters have contributed to mass migration from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras—with an eye to how communities there might grow more resilient in the face of growing climate uncertainty.

Dive into the long-from multimedia reporting project they developed, From Disaster Relief to Resilient Futures in the Northern Triangle.

This feature was produced in collaboration with CSIS’s Dracopoulos iDeas Lab, created in 2011 with support from SNF Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos, as the capstone of an intensive week of seminars and workshops led by CSIS experts. The practicum incorporated both journalistic skill-building and deep topical dives into current issues related to the situation in the Northern Triangle.

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) supports the CSIS Journalism Bootcamp: Reporting on International Affairs, which has welcomed cohorts from universities around the United States and Greece.