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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.

GIJN Webinar: How Journalists Investigated the Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

The controversial killing of Shireen Abu Akleh has drawn global media attention and sparked a number of in-depth inquiries by the news media. Two of the most comprehensive investigations were done by Bellingcat and the Washington Post – and members from both teams will be joining this GIJN webinar. 

GIJN Webinar: Investigating the World Cup

In this GIJN webinar, we bring together two senior journalists and a writer with broad experience in digging into football’s questionable practices.​​ They will offer tips and resources for investigating sports organizations, following the money on football, and where the stories will be on the World Cup and Qatar this year.

GIJN Workshop: So You Think You Can Google?

GIJN is pleased to announce a hands-on session with search guru Henk van Ess, focused on helping journalists worldwide to find the best answers online in the shortest amount of time.

GIJN Masterclass: How to Investigate a Billion-Dollar Corporate Fraud

In this GIJN Masterclass, Dan McCrum is in conversation with American journalist Katharine Eban a week after the release of his book, “Money Men,” to explain how he uncovered Wirecard’s shady practices and faced up to the firm’s tactics to scare the Financial Times off the story. He will share his tips and tools for investigating corporations. 

GIJN Webinar: Investigating Elections

In this 90-minute GIJN webinar, we bring together five senior journalists with experience in investigating electoral processes. They will offer tips on cutting-edge tools, investigating candidates, developing sources, and tracking disinformation.

Investigative Journalism: Safety and Security – a Free Training Program

GIJN has partnered with the London-based Centre for Investigative Journalism and the Freedom of the Press Foundation 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: What Is Russia Doing in Your Country?

In this GIJN webinar, we bring together three senior journalists with broad experience in investigating Russia. They will offer tips and tools on tracking Russian disinformation, following the money, digging into its oligarchs, and identifying Kremlin political interference abroad.​​