We are a non profit newsroom covering global issues having local impact. We seek answers to problems, fears and needs. We explain things which happen far, but influence your daily life.

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We don't want to complain about the condition of the media - we want to create the best content

Rules of cooperation:

Please read carefully about our Mission, Editorial Policy and Values.

The Ground Rules

  1. You are not writing a typical article – abandon such thinking!
  2. Our job and your job is to inform, not to publish. Think hard about giving people context. Transfer it into the story. We are in the business of making sure we did everything we could so our audience gets the best possible information.
  3. We don’t complain about the media. We are here to become the change. Leave the old habits behind you.
  4. There is no typical journalist – editor – publisher relationship in Outriders Editorial Team. We all do a part of it. You have to take more responsibility too. Why? Read point number 5.
  5. You are there on the ground, not us or our readers. Pitch hard what you think will make us more informed and what is necessary to provide a better understanding of the topic.
  6. We are a young, vibrant and ambitious organisation, with all advantages and disadvantages of such state ?

Editorial policy

the human being, our reader
is always in the centre of attention

Our Mission

The mission of is to give you a broader perspective on global issues that have a direct impact on your life. In our opinion, a division into local issues and world affairs does not exist any longer. All humankind faces the same challenges. We, the Outriders, find the human being, our reader, the recipient of the content, always in the centre of attention.

We do not chase for the sensational. We focus on quality and the values of journalism. We want to better understand the reality around us and share this knowledge with you. We do it by creating engaging, reliable content describing the world around us. We mainly focus on building a context – political, social and cultural for the information we provide – to give you the knowledge and help to understand the issues described.