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is to promote global press freedom and access to liberal journalism
Our vision
is a world where people have access to reliable information, from a diverse range of sources, strengthening their ability to hold power to account
Our focus
We work directly with journalists, news organisations, audiences and educators, in schools and across communities to enable change in 3 priority areas:
  • News & Media Literacy - enhancing people’s ability to evaluate news critically

  • Voice & Agency - facilitating opportunities for inclusion in media

  • Media Viability - fostering the capacity of liberal media to engage people with fact-based journalism

  • Our impact in 2022/23
    In our Birmingham workshops,
    of family members felt confident in helping their children to spot fake news, rising from just 53% before
    Guardian articles written by Scott Trust Bursary recipients were published, on issues including housing, gender representation in music and the war in Ukraine.
    We worked with journalists across
    all regions
    of Türkiye, including 4 people from the under-served Black Sea region.

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