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Arab journalists work amid some of the world's most challenging environments. Terrorists and militias, arbitrary arrests and harassment, autocratic governments, and a lack of documents and data are just a few of the challenges they face on a daily basis. Since the failed promise of the Arab Spring, we have seen press freedom in countries […]
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Spotlight is without a doubt the most compelling, most insightful movie on investigative journalism since All the President’s Men, the 1975 classic on the Watergate Scandal. This is great story-telling that takes viewers inside the Spotlight investigative team at The Boston Globe as it dived into one of the more notorious crimes of our time – the systematic tolerance and cover-up of thousands of cases of pedophilia by the Catholic Church. At a ti...
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GIJN responds to hundreds of requests for help each year from journalists digging into corruption and abuse of power. Please help us help them by supporting our small nonprofit.
Journalism is under threat. Investigative reporting, in particular, is under attack as never before, and we need your help. For 15 years, the Global Investigative Journalism Network has trained and supported the world’s most determined reporters as they've dug into corruption and abuses of power. We’ve helped bring watchdog reporting to the far corners of the Earth, and today investigative journalists are in more countries doing tougher reporting...
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The GIJN is an association of more than 100 nonprofit organizations worldwide dedicated to investigative journalism.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) is composed of nonprofit journalism organizations that produce investigative stories, conduct training, provide resources, and support the international expansion of investigative reporting. GIJN was created in 2003 when more than 300 journalists from around the world gathered for the second Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Copenhagen. Since then it has grown to more than 100 member organizations in 50 countries.