Published on November 8, 2021. Reading time: 1 minutes
Correspondents of the World currently mostly publishes stories relating to specific focus topics. The idea behind this is that if we collect multiple stories about the same topic, we can show its complexity - and highlight how different people experience the same issues in very different ways.
At the moment, we have six focus topics. We invite you to share anything related to these themes based on your personal experience.
- Environment: pollution, climate change, environmental justice and policy
- Gender: menstruation, career, violence, sexuality
- Migration: immigration, emigration, replacement, reasons (not) to migrate
- Coronavirus: healthcare, economic recession, quarantine, travel, caring for others
- Liberation: civil rights, police, countering oppression/discrimination
- Education: formal/informal education, self-study, life-lessons
If there is a story that you would like to write that does not fit under any of these topics, please send it in anyways. The topics are flexible and we will be happy to work with you on any personal story you would like to share.
How does this story make you feel?
Do you have any questions after reading this story? Do you want to follow-up on what you've just read? Get in touch with our team to learn more! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talk about this Story
Please enable cookies to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Subscribe to our Monthly Newsletter
Stay up to date with new stories on Correspondents of the World by subscribing to our monthly newsletter:
Topic: GuidelinesERROR: No additional fieldsERROR: No author image foundERROR: No additional fieldsERROR: No author image foundERROR: No additional fieldsERROR: No author image found
What to write about
Explore other Topics
At Correspondents of the World, we want to contribute to a better understanding of one another in a world that seems to get smaller by the day - but somehow neglects to bring people closer together as well. We think that one of the most frequent reasons for misunderstanding and unnecessarily heated debates is that we don't really understand how each of us is affected differently by global issues.
Our aim is to change that with every personal story we share.
Correspondents of the World is not just this website, but also a great community of people from all over the world. While face-to-face meetings are difficult at the moment, our Facebook Community Group is THE place to be to meet other people invested in Correspondents of the World. We are currently running a series of online-tea talks to get to know each other better.