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SCOOP Celebrates 10 Years

Longtime GIJN member SCOOP, based in Denmark, is a cross-border network of investigative journalists who help fund projects, connect reporters for collaboration, and organize conferences and trainings. On SCOOP’s 10th anniversary, our colleagues there put together an impressive list of activities, awards, and events, which we’re reprinting here in full.

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Disclosing Tax Data

Around the world, many governments are proposing painful solutions to the problem of public debt and imposing heavier tax burdens on citizens. As government services are cut because public coffers are bare, public attention is shifting to the taxes paid – or not paid – by the wealthy and the privileged.

GIJN Members Protest Russia Entry Denial to Scoop’s Khomenok

On October 29, our Ukrainian colleague Oleg Khomenok was refused entry to Russia for unexplained reasons. A long-time trainer for GIJN member Scoop, the Denmark-based investigative reporting network, he was invited to Russia by the group’s St. Petersburg-based partner, the Regional Press Institute, to give a lecture at a seminar on investigative reporting in Kaliningrad. At the airport, he was barred from entry by border officials, without explanation, and deported on the same plane in which he had arrived.

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Global Network News — October 2012

The GIJN warmly welcomes six new member organizations, extending the global network to 74 groups in 35 countries.

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Eight Ways to Commit Grand Corruption (Part Two)

Large bribes paid to public officials are difficult to track. Hardly ever are the bribes delivered in suitcases of cash  – although that has been known to happen. More often than not, bribes are paid through bank transfers made to ”corporate vehicles” – companies, foundations and trusts – that have been set up to conceal illegally […]