Global Press News Services is the products and services division of Global Press, an international media organization that produces ethical, accurate journalism from some of the world’s least-covered places.
About Global Press News Services
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT GPNS
CEO and Publisher, Unbias the News
"We deeply care about the safety and well-being of all journalists we collaborate with at Unbias the News. That’s why we reached out to GPNS for their Duty of Care Road Map Workshop and it gave the entire team a lot of food for thought. GPNS asked for detailed material to analyse our organization prior to the workshop, so it definitely wasn't a one-size fits all approach. Their tailored recommendations have been incredibly useful and the workshop is already impacting how we think about safety and security as a news organization and how we navigate difficult decisions surrounding our stories.”
Patricia Zavala Gutiérrez, Reporter, Global Press Journal Mexico
WHAT OUR PARTNERS & CLIENTS ARE SAYING
CEO of StudySync, a McGraw-Hill Company
"Today's students live in a complex world where they're surrounded by a constant flow of information. As educators, we want their voices to not only be heard but to be steeped in factual information – not memes and misinformation. Our collaboration with Global Press is being done with an eye toward making sure we bring students ethical and accurate stories from the every part of the world so they can further develop their voices and the critical thinking, listening, and writing skills necessary to succeed."
Photo by Nakisanze Segawa, Global Press Journal Uganda
WHAT OUR PARTNERS & CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Alamy Digital Marketing & Brand Manager
"Trust is imperative in journalism and there is a lot of work that goes into building trust with your sources; which is what makes the GPJ reporters’ access so valuable. Without them, these important stories would be left untold or distorted."
Photo by Shilu Manandhar, Global Press Journal Nepal
COO Tahirih Justice Center and Formerly VP of Management and Administration at US International Development Finance Corporation
“In order to be effective in furthering the international development mission of a US government agency or supporting immigrant survivors of gender-based violence seeking asylum, my work requires continuously building competencies in cultural understanding and fluency. Global Press News Services is a trusted partner who has helped the agencies of which I’ve been a part recognize a basic truth- words that promote dignity and precision matter. Our collaboration with Global Press has advanced our work and helped us increase our impact in the world."
Photo by Adriana Alcázar González, Global Press Journal Mexico
Global Press is an international media organization with over 15 years of experience training and employing local reporters to produce exceptional journalism. With operations that span over
20 countries, a staff of 100+, a dozen languages and a myriad of challenging environments,
Global Press has developed expertise across many areas of global communications and operations.
By offering this expertise to other organizations, we are accelerating our mission to create
a more just and informed world.
Global Press News Services (GPNS) is ready to engage you or your organization in assessing, designing and implementing authentic diversity and inclusion communications
and operations projects.
DUTY OF CARE
Created the world’s leading Duty of Care program for local journalists
Developed a style guide to ensure dignified, precise language is used to describe people and places
Pioneered translation and fact checking mechanisms to ensure accuracy in global communications
Employed one of world’s most diverse newsroom teams
Global Press Journal Nepal trainee Lalu Maya Gurung (Photo by Mareike Günsche, Global Press Institute)
Global Press Journal Mexico reporter Patricia Zavala Gutiérrez (Photo by Christian EscobarMora, Global Press Institute)
Global Press Journal Mongolia reporter Tegshdelger Batbayar (Photo by Mareike Günsche, Global Press Institute)