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Part of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, with 182 orgs in 77 countries.
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sigmaawards Jan 17
The Sigma Awards is getting more and more traction. Have you submitted your projects to win a free trip to attend the ? Deadline is Feb 3, 2020. Entry form here:
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frayintermedia Jan 17
Early-career mainstream African print or online are invited to apply to the 5-month-long fellowship held in Abuja, Nigeria.
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GIJN Africa Jan 17
Each day, GIJN editors scan the web for the latest news on investigative & data journalism, reports & analysis on sustainability & innovation in journalism. Our new weekly series rounds up some of our favourites. Here’s what we’re reading this week.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
This Investigative Journalism Manual is a comprehensive guide that offers a wealth of tips, with special sections on health and ethics, and case studies from across Africa. It's also available in French & Portuguese.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
Print, photo & broadcast journalists in Southern Africa can compete for the 2020 SADC Media Awards. Deadline is February 28, 2020.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
The current Ebola outbreak in is the worst on record in the country & the second-largest epidemic of the disease recorded anywhere, says . As journalists start another year covering the virus, here are some tips from to keep in mind.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
Good to see the journalists receive training on reporting ebola. You could also benefit from these tips from Nigeria.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
This Data Journalism Handbook is an international, collaborative effort involving dozens of data journalism experts. It includes definitions, case studies, and tips on how to get, use, and analyze data. If you need to learn new skills, look no further.
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ICFJ Jan 16
is always changing. What can we expect as we head into 2020, and how should journalists approach the new decade? Current and former Fellows , , and share valuable tips and advice.
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
Migration is a big issue in Africa, with at least 181,000 migrants having travelled by sea from Libya to Italy in 2016 & 7,401 having died in transit across Africa since 2014. But how do you cover such a story? Nigeria's offers 5 tips.
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Forbidden Stories Jan 16
🔴 One year ago, Ghanaian journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale, who had revealed the extent of corruption in football, was shot dead in his car. followed his leads in Ghana for . 1/5 ➡️
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GIJN Africa Jan 16
What’s the global community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL mapping from Jan. 6-12 finds analyzing key changes across the globe in the past decade, inspiring best-of data visualization lists & launch of .
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GIJN Africa Jan 15
Most journalists are so consumed by the hunt for the next big story that they are barely able to take time off to think long term. But if you want to step back from your job & explore journalism in-depth, then apply for the program by Feb. 03.
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GIJN Africa Jan 15
Only two weeks to the deadline for the 2020 Media Awards. If you've published or broadcast content on regional integration in COMESA for radio, print, television & online between January 1, 2019 & December 31, 2019, then apply by Jan. 31.
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GIJN Africa Jan 14
A study by researchers Patrick Ferrucci & Jacob L. Nelson explores how the rise in foundation funding is effecting newsrooms. It assesses the rapidly expanding role of foundations as a revenue source for news publishers, which raises important questions.
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GIJN Africa Jan 14
GIJN asked investigative journalists around the world to look ahead to 2020. Here are the trends, key forces, & challenges they expect will affect investigative & data journalism, as well as the new skills & approaches we should be thinking about.
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GIJN Africa Jan 14
Deadline day: The Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program at MIT supports a global community of dedicated and thoughtful journalists specializing in science, health, technology and environmental reporting. Deadline is January 15.
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GIJN Africa Jan 14
"The world is a book & those who don't travel read only one page,” goes a famous quote by St. Augustine, a philosopher. Broaden your horizons with a fellowship, which offers two months of travel across the U.S. Apply by February 14.
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GIJN Africa Jan 14
Deadline extended. The deadline for the Berlin Scholarship Program's fellowship on Empowering Journalists in the Digital Field has been extended to Sunday, 19 January 2020. If you missed out on the initial deadline, here is a second chance. Apply now!
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Amanda Sperber Jan 14
Replying to @hysperbole
Here's some reporting I've done on the wider impact of airstrikes in :
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