GIJN’s Top Reads for 2017

It’s been a year of great reads on GIJN, from “how they did it” to the best tips and tools on everything from mojo to mapping. Here’s a curated list of top ten reader favorites from stories published in 2017.

Help GIJN Train the World’s Investigative Journalists

Won’t you join Professor Stiglitz in supporting our work? Our job is providing truth-telling journalists with the training, strategies, and networks that hold the powerful accountable and give voice to those who otherwise have none. Your support today can help GIJN meet the tremendous demand for these capacity-building efforts in the months to come.

Einmal Event mit Hashtag, bitte

Du hast die wichtigste Konferenz für investigative Journalisten verpasst? Kein Problem: Die JONA war vier Tage im Newsroom der #GIJC17 in Südafrika unterwegs und fasst zusammen

GIJN Votes Hamburg for GIJC19, Elects Board

Global Investigative Journalism Network members have voted to hold the next Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Hamburg, Germany. GIJN’s member groups also voted to re-elect five current board members who were up for election this year, and two new board members.

Stiglitz on Trump, Truth, Inequality and Investigative Journalism

Nobel prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz spoke to a room packed with investigative journalists from around the world at the #GIJC17 closing keynote address at Wits University’s Great Hall in Johannesburg about Trump, truth, inequality and the importance of investigative journalism.