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GIJC21 Resources

Here are the tipsheets and presentations shared by speakers at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in 2021. Data Sessions

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Covering the Extractive Industries

Mineral extraction plays a dominant role in many economies and in the lives of billions of people. How can reporters dig into the benefits and costs? 

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Researching Corporations and Their Owners

This resource was last updated in 2023 by GIJN’s Toby McIntosh and Emily O’Sullivan. Investigative journalists play a crucial role in holding corporations to account, and have revealed labor abuses, environmental violations, corporate impunity and other instances of malpractice through deep-dives into companies and their owners. However, government records on corporations often reveal only the […]

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Working with Whistleblowers

Whistleblowers – insiders who expose corrupt or illegal activities – are an important source of information for journalists everywhere. From their position inside governments, companies, and other organizations, they can provide crucial leads, evidence, and sometimes “smoking guns” that expose everything from fraud and waste to criminal conspiracies and war crimes. It’s important for journalists […]

Forbidden Stories Amazon Murder

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Investigating Organized Crime in the Amazon: The Bruno and Dom Project

After the British journalist Dom Phillips and the Brazilian Indigenous affairs expert Bruno Pereira were killed, several newsrooms and more than 50 journalists collaborated on Forbidden Stories’ The Bruno and Dom Project, to honor the pair’s legacy and expose illegal activities in the area along the borders of Brazil, Peru, and Colombia, where the men were murdered.