Republishing Guidelines

Our mission is to empower stakeholders and the wider public with high quality information, insights, and analysis on critical global issues. To help achieve this, we encourage you to republish the text of any article that contains a Republish button on your own news outlet.

By copying the HTML below, you agree to adhere to our republishing guidelines.

  1. In republishing any of our articles:

    Ensure that you include a line of our HTML tracking code on every article you republish. This is a lightweight, efficient way for us to see the number of page views of each specific article published on our partners’ websites. This does not affect page layout, nor does it provide any information about your users, other web pages on your site, or any further data. By copying and pasting the HTML code in the box below, the tracking code is automatically included.

    If, for any reason, you do not copy the code prepared for you, you must paste this code snippet into the end of the article in your CMS:

    <img src="http://ping.newsdeeply.com/pixel.gif?key=[url of article being reposted]" alt="" />

  2. Adhere to the guidelines below:
    • Edit our stories only to reflect references to time (e.g. "today" to "yesterday"), location (e.g. "New York" to "here") or editorial style; do not edit the wording of our articles.
    • Include all the links within the story.
    • Credit our authors and partner institutions — ideally in the byline. We prefer “Author Name, Institution”
    • Note at the top and/or bottom of the story that it originally appeared on the applicable Deeply website, e.g., Malnutrition Deeply. Include a direct link to the original article and a sentence that offers the reader the opportunity to join the applicable Deeply mailing list. Our recommended example is:
      • For Syria Deeply, this should read: “This article originally appeared on Syria Deeply. You can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about the war in Syria, you can sign up to the Syria Deeply email list.”
      • For Water Deeply, this should read: “This article originally appeared on Water Deeply. You can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about water issues and the American West, you can sign up to the Water Deeply email list.”
      • For Arctic Deeply, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Arctic Deeply, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about Arctic geopolitics, economy, and ecology, you can sign up to the Arctic Deeply email list.”
      • For Refugees Deeply, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Refugees Deeply, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about the global migration crisis, you can sign up to the Refugees Deeply email list.”
      • For Women & Girls, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Women & Girls, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about gender issues in the developing world, you can sign up to the Women & Girls email list.”
      • For Oceans Deeply, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Oceans Deeply, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about our world’s oceans, you can sign up to the Oceans Deeply email list.”
      • For Malnutrition Deeply, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Malnutrition Deeply, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about malnutrition and the ideas to end it, you can sign up to the Malnutrition Deeply email list.”
      • For Peacebuilding Deeply, this should read:“This article originally appeared on Peacebuilding Deeply, and you can find the original here. [The text of “here” should include a link to the original article.] For important news about pressing global peace and security issues of our time, you can sign up to the Peacebuilding Deeply email list.”
    • Do not republish a photo without our written permission. Some sources don't allow their images to be republished without permission.
    • Do not translate a story into another language without our written permission.
    • We often republish pieces from our partners. If you want to republish a partner’s story, you must credit the original partner and include a “via News Deeply” link.
    • Note that News Deeply considers the publication date to be the date marked on the story, and is not responsible for any content that you choose to repost.
    • After republication on the partner website, if you make an accompanying post on social media referencing the republished article, you must include the relevant Deeply social media handle in such post. For example, (i) for Twitter posts this means adding the appropriate @Deeply tag such as @SyriaDeeply, @WaterDeeply, or @WomensGirlsHub and (ii) for Facebook this means tagging the appropriate Deeply page in your Facebook post.
    • News Deeply material may not to be provided, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, to third parties or affiliates for redistribution through those entities, unless you have received prior written approval from News Deeply.
    • You may not automatically or systematically republish any material from our sites; all stories must be chosen individually for republishing.
    • You may not sell our content or republish it for commercial purposes without our prior written consent.
    • We reserve the right to request that any partner ceases republication of our content, including but not limited to if the guidelines listed above not being followed.
    • If you have any questions or concerns please contact community@newsdeeply.com
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