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Webinar: The Investigative Agenda for Climate Change Journalism
6 February 2024

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Webinar: Investigating War Crimes
28 November 2023

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GIJN Webinar: Investigating the War in Ukraine One Year On

In this GIJN webinar, we bring together four senior investigative journalists who have investigated the war in Ukraine. They will offer tips, tools and advice on how to cover this particular conflict — but also what they have learned about integrating different investigative methods.

GIJN Webinar: Investigating Organized Crime in the Golden Triangle

For decades, the Golden Triangle has been a source of fascination to journalists around the world. They’ve focused on the seemingly endless stories of criminal rackets, larger-than-life characters, and the area’s rich history and cultures. Covering organized crime, however, is challenging, and facts about the region’s black markets, its criminal players and their political backers can be hard to come by. In this GIJN webinar, three senior reporters will share their tips and resources to report from this region. 

Safety & Security

Investigative Journalism: Safety and Security for Asian Journalists – A Free Training Program

GIJN has partnered with the Centre for Investigative Journalism, the Freedom of the Press Foundation and the Judith Nielsen Institute to offer a unique safety and security training program specifically tailored for investigative journalists and others in watchdog newsrooms. It will be delivered online through hands-on practical training sessions with some of the world’s leading journalism safety trainers.

GIJN Webinar: Investigating Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

In this GIJN webinar, a senior reporter, a human rights advocate, and a safety and trauma specialist will discuss how sexual violence in conflict can be understood, the  most common misconceptions about this type of violence, and where journalists fit in. The speakers will offer tips and resources on how to investigate effectively, safely engage with survivors, and navigate the call for justice. 

GIJN Masterclass: What Is Washington Doing in Your Country?

In this online Masterclass, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Martha Mendoza is in conversation with GIJN’s David Kaplan. Mendoza will offer hands-on training to accompany her popular GIJN tipsheet, Investigating US Influence Around the World, designed to help journalists outside the US understand how their countries are impacted by Washington — and how to report it more effectively. 

GIJN Workshop: Search Tips for LinkedIn – How to Track People and Companies on the World’s Top Professional Network

GIJN is pleased to announce a hands-on session with search guru Henk van Ess, focused on helping journalists worldwide to navigate the LinkedIn network. The session will include how to track people and companies across the platform, find out what individuals and companies post online on specific topics, and figure out who is part of a specific LinkedIn group without being a member.