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A Resource Guide for Indigenous Journalists Doing Investigations

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Photo: UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

The Global Investigative Journalism Network and the Native American Journalists Association have created a resource to help Indigenous journalists doing in-depth and watchdog reporting.

This unique guide is designed to encourage Indigenous journalists worldwide and to empower them with tips, tools, and sources for information.

The chapters include:

In conjunction with the introduction of this guide, a training/networking program is being held for Indigenous journalists from eight countries at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Hamburg, Germany, on September 26-29, 2019.

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