Our media partners

News Decoder has five media partners: the International Congress of Youth Voices, Newsela, Podium.me, the University of Toronto Dalla Lana Fellowship in Global Journalism and UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy initiative.

University of Toronto

The University of Toronto Dalla Lana Fellowship in Global Journalism is the world’s top journalism fellowship for subject-matter experts. It teaches professionals how to report on their disciplines in mainstream media. News Decoder publishes pieces by its fellows both during and after the fellowship.


Newsela is an instructional content platform that republishes quality media content at reading levels appropriate for all ages of school children. Millions of students and teachers use Newsela to find and engage with digital content from reputable sources—including the New York Times, National Geographic, Encyclopedia Britannica and News Decoder.


Podium.me is a UK-based charity that helps young people produce podcasts. News Decoder and Podium.me produce a joint, student-led podcast called The Kids Are Alright where young reporters interview peers and experts to provide listeners with different perspectives on global issues.

International Congress of Youth Voices

The International Congress of Youth Voices is a U.S.-based non-profit that convenes youth writers and activists from around the world at its annual conference, with the aim of enabling them to connect, learn and collaborate. News Decoder nominates student delegates for its conference and publishes content by its writers.

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UNESCO promotes Media and Information Literacy (MIL) and critical thinking & creativity, literacy, intercultural dialogue, citizenship, knowledge and sustainability (CLICKS). News Decoder is a MIL CLICKS space committed to fostering UNESCO’s educational objectives.

Become a media partner

If your organization is interested in partnering with us, please contact us.