The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference — A Sneak Preview

The Global Investigative Journalism Conference is the world’s largest international gathering of investigative and data journalists. Called “The World Expo of Muckraking,” the conferences have brought together over 7,000 of the globe’s most enterprising people in media since 2001. Held only once every two years, the conferences are widely credited with playing a key role in the rapid global expansion of investigative and data journalism. #GIJC19 — scheduled for this September 26-29 in Hamburg, Germany — will be our 11th conference. We expect over a thousand journalists from 130 countries.

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أخبار الإعلام:
تويتر يعلق نحو 500 حساب بتهمة “التلاعب المنظم”
قام تويتر بتعليق 486 حسابًا جديداً حيث يواصل حملته ضد الأخبار المزيفة و “التدخل الأجنبي”. يأتي هذا عقب تعليق 284  في 21 أغسطس. ويقول عملاق وسائل الإعلام الاجتماعية إن تحقيقاتها الداخلية خلصت إلى أن هذه الحسابات تنتهك سياسات تويتر واصفا إياها  بأنها “تشارك في تلاعب منظم”. وكان العديد من الموجة الأولى من الحسابات التي تم تعليقها من العراق بينما لم يوضح تويتر بلد المنشأ لتلك الحسابات الجديدة حسب بيانه . فرص عمل:
يمكن للمحررين ذوي الخبرة في اللغة الإنجليزية بطلاقة التقدم للحصول على وظيفة مع Global Voices لشغر منصب مدير تحرير لقيادة غرفة الأخبار الخاصة بها.

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