Programs

The Mexico Border Investigative Reporting Hub is a project to foster transparency and accountability in the U.S. — Mexico border by empowering border investigative reporters with training, mentoring, grants and seed funding. Learn more.


The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the Border Center for Journalists and Bloggers invite U.S.-based journalists to report on issues that span the U.S.-Mexico border, including human rights violations, immigration, corruption and drug trafficking.  Learn more


Salama is a web application to conduct a risk assessment for journalists and human rights defenders. It was created by Jorge Luis during a Knight International Journalism Fellowship with the International Center for Journalists. Visit Salama here.


Periodistas en Riesgo is a digital map to track attacks to journalists in Mexico. It offers security tutorials and a blog on agressions to freedom of expression. See more.