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Section: Global Investigative Journalism Network (USA)

    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...

    Journalists Across the Globe Hang Tough In Face of Backlash Against Panama Papers Reporting
    Dec01

    Journalists Across the Globe Hang Tough In Face of Backlash Against Panama Papers Reporting

    In late July, Moussa Aksar, the director of Niger’s L’Évènement newspaper, answered his phone and heard a familiar voice warning him that he was, once again, in danger. “Be careful,” a friendly source told Aksar. “Look out for yourself and be careful what you say on the phone.” Aksar had just published Niger’s first exposé from...

    UN Report: “The Assault on Reporting”
    Nov01

    UN Report: “The Assault on Reporting”

    Editor’s Note: On Wednesday this week, the United Nations and press freedom groups worldwide will mark International Day to End Impunity. Since 2014, the UN has commemorated the day to highlight the glaring number of unresolved journalists’ murders and the lack of punishment for their perpetrators around the world. This year’s...

    Global Conference, Global Network
    Sep21

    Global Conference, Global Network

    As we gather for the second Asian Investigative Journalism Conference, this seems a good time to share again with our colleagues where the Global Investigative Journalism Network and its conferences come from. It was a simple idea at the end of the 20th century — to gather the world’s investigative journalists to share their knowledge with...

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