From Kyiv to the Congo: DIG Festival Honors Top Investigative Documentaries

When the DIG Festival first launched in 2016, it focused largely on Italian documentaries firmly anchored in quality investigative journalism. Just three years and four festivals later, it has grown into an international destination for some of the world’s best investigative documentary filmmaking. Held this year in Riccione, Italy, from June 1 to 3, the jury handed out seven awards, taking viewers from Kyiv to the Congo.

Investigative Journalism Awards to Apply For Now!

Worked hard to produce investigative projects this past year? Consider submitting your story for these prominent journalism awards, which are listed below and ordered by the nearest deadline. But hurry, some deadlines are coming soon!

صحافيو مصر، اليمن والأردن يحصدون جوائز أريج 2017

البحر الميت – 3 ديسمبر/ كانون أول، 2017 – حصد 12 صحفيا عربيا غالبيتهم من مصر، اليمن والأردن جوائز أريج 2017 ضمن أربع فئات استقصائية؛ فلم طويل/  قصير، ملتميديا ومكتوب وذلك عن تحقيقات كشفت قضايا فساد، انتهاكات حقوق إنسان في مجتمعاتهم وحملات تنصت الكتروني على مواطنين

Global Shining Light Finalist: The Khadija Project

In the run-up to the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg November 16 to 19, we are rolling out 12 extraordinary investigative projects which are finalists in the seventh Global Shining Light Award. Today’s finalist is “The Khadija Project.”

Global Shining Light Finalist: The Gujarat Files

In the run-up to the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg from November 16-19, we are rolling out the 12 extraordinary investigative projects which are finalists in the seventh Global Shining Light Award. Today’s finalist: “The Gujarat Files: Anatomy of a Coverup.”