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Here are the tipsheets and presentations shared by speakers at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in 2017.
Session NameTipsheetsPresentationsStories/Videos
Best Global DatabasesGIJN Resource Center, by Toby McIntosh

Investigative Research Links, by Margot Williams
Video: Toby McIntosh, Margot Williams, Govind Ethiraj
Beyond Google: Doing Better SearchesSearching the Deep Web, by Giannina Segnini
Bulletproofing Your StoryPublication Quality Control, by Nils HansonVideo: Alex Papachristou, Lucy Freeman, Nils Hanson, Doreen Weisenhaus
Covering ConflictCovering Conflict in Syria, by Mokhtar Alibrahim
Cross-Border Collaborations: Regional ProjectsRegional Cross Border Collaboration, by Wahyu Dhyatmika

How do we investigate #LavaJato?, by Milagros Salazar

Cross Border As A Tool to Expose Kleptocrats + Presentation, by Evelyn Groenink
Digging into Development IssuesHow We Did the Data-Driven Enslaved Land Investigation, by Raúl Sánchez GonzálezVideo: Maren Saebo, Raúl Sánchez González, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye, Mark Schapiro
Digging into Extractive IndustriesHow We Connect Illegal Mining in Amazon with the Biggest Gold Traders in the World, by Fabiola Torres
Disaster ReportingCovering Disasters, by Amantha Pererra
Drones, Sensors & SatellitesTips on Drone Journalism, by Raffy TimaReal Time AQI Monitoring Initiative by Indiaspend, by Govind Ethiraj

Macroscope Media: Ending Secrecy on Earth with Light from Space, by Jeff Stein

Exposing Government Deception, by Joel Konopo

Drones in Marawi, by Raffy Tima
Story: English, Russian

Video: Govind Ethiraj
Editing the Investigative StoryLoopholes Editors Must Avoid, by Musikilu MojeedEditing the Investigative Story, by Mark Schoofs
Environmental Crime & Wildlife SmugglingWildlife Crime Reporting, by Bryan ChristyUndercover Footage Negotiating An Illegal Timber Export with A Shipping Agent, by Estacio ValoiStory: English

Video: Fiona Macleod, Bryan Christy, John Grobler, Estacio Valoi
Essentials of Story-Based InquiryUsing Story-Based Inquiry to Focus, Manage & Build, by Mark Lee Hunter
Exposing Criminal Justice WrongsWits Justice Project, by Carolyn Raphaely
Exposing Human Trafficking and Forced LaborHuman Trafficking and Slavery: A Guide to Resource Materials, by GIJNReferences & Desk Research Links + Presentation, by Tim SandlerStory: English, Spanish
Fact-Checking: Best PracticesFact-checking & lessons learned, by Laura Zommer
Fighting Fake NewsSummary of Potential Strategies to Fight Fake News, by Session PanelistsVerification Guide by SSE Riga, by Arta Giga

Kenya's Information Disaster: Borrowing from 'Best Practices'?, by Lee Mwiti Mugambi

Post Truth: Fake News & The Search for Solutions, by Anya Schiffrin
Story: English
Fixers & Foreign CorrespondentsReport: "Fixing” the Journalist-Fixer Relationship: A Critical Look Towards Developing Best Practices in Global Reporting, by Dr. Shayna Plaut and Peter KleinStory: English
How Other Investigators Do It10 Tips On Investigative Reporting's Most Powerful Move: Contacting Formers, by James MintzField research at HRW - Our methodology: investigate, expose & change, by Dewa MavhingaVideo: Vivienne Walt, Joe Davidson, Dewa Mavhinga, James Mintz
Innovations in StorytellingStory: English

Video: Reg Chua, Susanne Reber, Juliana Ruhfus, David Schraven
Internet Manhunt: Backgrounding & Tracking People OnlineStory: English, German, Russian
Investigating Climate ChangeInvestigating Climate Change, by Amantha Pererra
Investigating Health -- Digging into Local ProblemsNigeria's Baby Farmers, by Rosemary Nwaebuni

Get Me Out of Here! The Surgeon is A Robot, by Isabelle Ducret
Investigating Health -- Global IssuesTips & Resources, by Naziha Syed Ali

Investigating & Mapping Health Affairs, by Serena Tinari
Organ Trafficking, by Naziha Syed Ali
Investigating LGBTQ IssuesLGBTQ Resources, by GIJNAn Overview Using Data, by Brant Houston & Jennifer LeFleur

LGBTQI + SSOGIE Source Development, by Brian Pellot

Investigative Reporting: The Fundamentals, Mark Schoofs

Documenting LGBTQI Hate Crimes & Discrimination, by Jabu Pereira
Story: English, Russian
Investigative Journalism in AfricaTips for Rising Above Challenges, by Mwape KumwendaStory: German

Video: Paula Fray, Catherine Gicheru, Mwape Kumwenda, George Lugalambi, Dapo Olorunyomi, Sam Sole
Journalists as DetectivesStory: English
Latest Investigative Tools OnlineStory: Arabic
Lightning Round: Great Stories You've Never Heard OfWhen Sewol Ferry Collapsed, Sungsoo Kim

Rising Cases of Maternal Deaths in Nigeria, by Rosemary Nwaebuni
Mafias, Mobs and CartelsStory: English, Russian, Arabic
Roundtable: Reporting Under Repressive RegimesMedia in Ethiopia after the 2005 Controversial Election, by Andualem Sisay GessesseStory: English

Video: Keith Richburg, Andualem Sisay Gessesse, Emin Huseynov & Lawi Weng
State Capture in South AfricaStory: French

Video: Cathy Mohlahlana, Adriaan Basson, Susan Comrie, Thanduxulo Jika, Jacques Pauw
The Art of InterviewingThe Art of Interviewing, by Mark SchoofsVideo: Ides Debruyne, Mark Schoofs, Cheryl W. Thomspon
Terrorism & ExtremismCovering Boko Haram Insurgency: Personal Experience, by Aminu Abubakar#ISISfiles, by Axel Gordh Humlesjö Video: Vivienne Walt, Aminu Abubakar, Mohamed Ali, Axel Gordh Humlesjö
The Future of Investigative Journalism (Roundtable)Story: English

Video: Sheila Coronel, Stephen King, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye, Maria Teresa Ronderos, Gerard Ryle, Drew Sullivam
Tracking Looted WealthHow to Hide Dirty Money & How to Trace It, by James MintzTracking Looted Wealth, by Tom Burgis

Tracking Looted Wealth, by Miranda Patrucic
Story: English, German

Video: Thandeka Gqubule-Mbeki, Tom Burgis, Koami M. Elom Domegni, James Mintz, Miranda Patrucic
Using FOI/RTI Laws Around the WorldJournalism Through RTI, by Shyamlal Yadav
Visual Forensics and Open Source InvestigationsOpen Source Investigative Tools, by Malachy Browne
What Washington is Doing In Your Country (workshop)Public Data, by Martha MendozaStory: Spanish
Women and Investigative JournalismStory: English
Workshop: Psychological Safety for Investigative ReportingStory: English

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