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A recipe for trustworthy journalism


The Conversation feeds the minds of millions of people each week by following a brilliant recipe: We take the research of experts, add expert editing and serve up trustworthy journalism.

I could write at great length about it, but instead we’ve made a little cooking video to explain what we do.

Follow this recipe to get The Conversation.

We’re going to be doing more with video in 2023, as well as working on podcasts, Instagram and Mastodon, without compromising our commitment to clearly written articles. Your support is a key ingredient to make sure we can do this, and reach more people in more media. For the cost of a dinner out, you can sustain this vital public service.

You can make a one-time donation or become a sustaining member.

Thank you for helping to make our work possible.



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