Asian Investigative Journalism Conference

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Exposing Slavery: Tips From AP’s Pulitzer Winners

Linking stories of slavery to big global brands forces change and moves readers and decision-makers to action. Hear from AP reporters about their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation into the fishing industry in Southeast Asia. Continue Reading →

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Internet Detective: Stalking and Busting 101

In a fully-packed session at the Uncovering Asia 2016 conference in Nepal, Myers demonstrated exactly how journalists can use tools and information available online to investigate subjects and sources. And how to avoid being discovered. Continue Reading →

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Data Journalism: Tips & Tools From Uncovering Asia 2016

Three days of panels and workshops with some of the top investigative journalists and trainers in the world produced an incredible amount of information useful for digging up—and visualizing—powerful stories. In case you missed anything, GIJN compiled presentations from last week’s Uncovering Asia 2016 conference in Kathmandu, Nepal. Continue Reading →

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Global Conference, Global Network

A simple idea at the end of the 20th century – to gather the world’s investigative journalists to share their knowledge with each other – gave birth to the Global Investigative Journalism Network, which has now grown to more than 138 member organizations in 62 countries. Continue Reading →

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