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    #GIJC17: Spotlight on Africa
    Dec05

    #GIJC17: Spotlight on Africa

    Check out our #GIJN17 highlights in Chinese, German, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and our spotlight on Africa. At the heart of Africa’s City of Gold — where people from around the world have been trying to dig up their own piece of regional riches since the 1800s — lies the University of the Witwatersrand, one of the continent’s most...

    Opening Up Data in Russia’s Closed System
    Oct23

    Opening Up Data in Russia’s Closed System

    Opening Up: Anastasia Valeeva (right) at a data journalism course at the American University of Central Asia. Anastasia Valeeva, a Russian-born investigative journalist who specializes in open data, has been exploring the state of data journalism in her home country. For a paper at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford...

    Investigative News Startups Talk Membership Models
    Sep21

    Investigative News Startups Talk Membership Models

    Many people don’t trust media giants. That’s what we’ve been hearing in the past two months of interviews with a wide variety of European publishers with membership models. These upstart publishers represent different newsroom and audience sizes, focus areas and geographies. Yet they’re hearing similar complaints around...

    Q&A with New OSCE Rep on Freedom of the Media
    Sep21

    Q&A with New OSCE Rep on Freedom of the Media

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) representative on Freedom of the Media plays a vital role that is valued by journalists and media freedom groups for its ability to speak out in defense of press freedom. At a time when press freedom is deteriorating in many OSCE states — including Turkey, where President Recep Tayyip...

    Q&A with New OSCE Rep on Freedom of the Media
    Sep21

    Q&A with New OSCE Rep on Freedom of the Media

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) representative on Freedom of the Media plays a vital role that is valued by journalists and media freedom groups for its ability to speak out in defense of press freedom. At a time when press freedom is deteriorating in many OSCE states — including Turkey, where President Recep Tayyip...

    Advanced Guide on Verifying Video Content
    Jul24

    Advanced Guide on Verifying Video Content

    Researchers and journalists often need to verify user-generated video content from social networks and file sharing platforms, such as YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. But there is no silver bullet that is able to verify every video, and it may be nearly impossible to verify some videos, short of acquiring the original file from the source....

    GIJN Adds Ten New Members 
    Jun29

    GIJN Adds Ten New Members 

    Gutsy online reporting sites from Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia, data journalism centers in Turkey and Ukraine, and a West African reporting network are among the 10 new members approved by the GIJN Board of Directors this week. The new groups bring GIJN’s membership to 155 organizations in 68 countries. Interested in joining?...

    A Global Guide to Initiatives Tackling “Fake News”
    May08

    A Global Guide to Initiatives Tackling “Fake News”

    Here’s a list of initiatives that hope to fix trust in journalism and tackle “fake news”. There’s a lot. I’ve tried to collect an extensive list of projects, initiatives and tools created to fix trust in journalism and false/fake news and misinformation. This also includes efforts and initiatives around verification. Where...

    Global Press Freedom Plummets to 13-Year Low
    Apr30

    Global Press Freedom Plummets to 13-Year Low

    Global press freedom has continued its decline, now at its lowest point in 13 years in 2016 due to unprecedented threats to journalists and media outlets in major democracies, intensified crackdowns by authoritarian states, and moves by Russia and China to increase their influence beyond their borders, according to Freedom of the Press 2017, the...

    GIJN Welcomes Seven New Members from Six Countries
    Dec20

    GIJN Welcomes Seven New Members from Six Countries

    The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome seven new member organizations. We are especially pleased to welcome for the first time groups from Ireland and Malawi. Also among the new members are investigative centers from India, Ukraine, and Slovenia, a journalism fund from Ireland, and a collaborative news site that...

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