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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.

Get Psyched for Joburg!

To help #GIJC17 muckrakers get into the Johannesburg mindset, we’ve put together a to do list, including some must-pack items as well as some must-know background on the state of the city and the country.

Global IJ Conference Program Released

We are happy to share the full schedule for the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, now just six weeks away. We’re still tinkering with it, but you’ll find over 150 events. Thanks to journalists and supporters worldwide, this conference keeps growing: we now expect over 900 participants from 100 countries. There’s still room if you want to join what will be the muckraking event of the year.

Finalists Named for Global Shining Light Award

Twelve extraordinary investigative projects from around the world are finalists in the seventh Global Shining Light Award, a prize that honors investigative journalism in developing or transitioning countries, done under threat, duress or under dire conditions. Winners will be announced at #GIJC17 in November in Johannesburg.