GIJN’s Top Reads for 2017

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It’s been a record year for GIJN’s web traffic, where we’ve been publishing some great original reads — from “how they did it” to the best tips and tools on everything from mojo to mapping — as well as republishing some of the best analysis and key reports on issues crucial to investigative journalists around the world. While our grants and fellowships and our ever-growing Resource Center remain readers’ all time favorites, following is a curated list of top reads published in 2017.

Fixing the Journalist-Fixer Relationship

Mojo Workin’ — Essential Mobile Journalism Tools

Online Harassment: Lessons from the Philippines

Beginner’s Guide to Extracting Data from PDFs

Looking for a Suicidal Job? Try Iraqi War Reporter

How They Did It: ProPublica’s Engagement Journalism

How They Did It: The Azerbaijani Laundromat

Can In-Depth Journalism Make Taiwan’s Next Generation Believe?

Mapping Toolbox: 10+ Tools Worth Checking Out

Finalists Named for Global Shining Light Award

Interested in writing for GIJN? We’re always looking for articles — from how-to’s and the latest tips & tools to features on investigative units and innovative reporting — that help us better understand investigative journalism around the world. Send a pitch, along with a brief bio and links to past stories, to GIJN’s managing editor, Tanya Pampalone.

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