In this GIJN webinar, we bring together three senior journalists with broad experience in investigating Russia. They will offer tips and tools on tracking Russian disinformation, following the money, digging into its oligarchs, and identifying Kremlin political interference abroad.
Teaching & Training
In this online webinar, free of charge for journalists across Africa and beyond, we bring together four journalism experts from Google News Lab, Code for Africa, Transparency International Kenya’s Media Tech Hub and GIJN, who will share their tips and advice about great online tools for journalists.
In this GIJN webinar, we bring together three journalists who will offer resources and tips for investigating issues that directly affect women, and that have historically been under-reported. They will offer tips and tools to reporters working in very different contexts, share their advice, and suggest important areas that need to be investigated.
This GIJN webinar brings together three extraordinary journalists on the front lines in Latin America, a region that is especially dangerous for our profession. Journalists everywhere can learn from them: they have fought legal battles, been tracked with intrusive spyware, and received death threats for their work. How do they work and what do they do to better ensure their safety and security?
In this GIJN webinar, we bring together two senior reporters and two experts who will offer tools and techniques to identify specific methane emitters, find the data, and look closely at measurement systems. They will also present tips and resources to research what companies and governments are doing to reduce methane emissions.
GIJN is pleased to announce an in-depth interview with 2021’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitry Muratov. Muratov is editor in chief of Russia’s Novaya Gazeta, the nation’s leading independent newspaper.
In this GIJN webinar, we bring together four senior reporters who will offer tips on investigative stories related to wildlife crime, showcase the best research tools, and explore how to cover trafficking at its source and follow the trade. They’ll also discuss how to use social media to investigate the illegal trafficking of wildlife, a crime that is damaging biodiversity worldwide.
GIJN is pleased to present Investigating Human Trafficking, a webinar that will provide tips on how to dig into the two main types of human trafficking, sex exploitation and labor abuse, and discuss the best ways to cooperate with civil society groups that offer protection to victims of trafficking and slavery.
In this summary of GIJN’s webinar series on investigating disappeared persons, you’ll hear top tips from the award-winning journalists whose work shined a light into the shadows and gave hope to the families of those who mysteriously vanished.