Vandaag op Acht - The Journalist and the Jihadi - Het verhaal van 'Wall Street Journal'-reporter Daniel Pearl.
Abraji/Brazil is willing to do the next global conference in 2013 in October in conjunction with their conference and a Latin American conference. Abraji has been a member since the GIJN was formed. For their national conference this year they had 800 participants.
KIEV/WASHINGTON - The awards honor the slain Wall St. Journal reporter and celebrate the best in cross-border investigative reporting. This year’s biennial competition attracted 70 entries from 30 countries. An international panel of five judges selected seven finalists, from which they chose one U.S. winner, one international winner, and a Special Citation.
Van donderdag 13 tot en met zondag 16 oktober 2011 huisde Kiev de wereldconferentie onderzoeksjournalistiek. Het programma stond bol van actuele thema’s als klokkenluiders en Wikileaks, maar omvatte ook praktische journalistieke technieken en trainingen. Van deze zevende editie van de GIJC deed VVOJ-directeur Margo Smit verslag.
Follow Live via Mediakritiek.be GIJC 2011 is organised by Scoop in close cooperation with Ukrainian centres for investigative reporting.
News - Journalists in Latvia launch the first-ever non-profit center for investigative journalism in the Baltics
As independent journalism declines in Latvia and Lithuania, two investigative journalists in Latvia, Inga Springe and Arta Giga, launched the first-ever non-profit investigative center in the Baltics.
The Swedish journalist Lisa Bjurwald, who this spring has published "Europas Skam" (Europe's Shame) about the extreme right in Europe, and the German journalist Andrea Roepke, who is coauthor of “Mädelsache – Frauen in der Neonazi-Szene" and has as been investigating neonazis for years, will tell about their experiences from research of right wing movements during the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kiev.
The British journalist Nick Davies will speak at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in October in Kyiv about his investigations for The Guardian of the illegal telephone hacking at News of the World.
Two leading investigative journalists from Turkey , who are presently in prison, are invited to the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Ukraine to present awards for courageous journalism.
In police questioning, the norwegian terrorist accused Anders Behring Breivik (32) said he is the man behind the book "A European declaration of Independence". The book gives detailed information on why and how to attack the SKUP conference, aiming to kill as many journalists as possible.
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