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7th Global Investigative Journalism Conference less than month away

The 7th global conference on investigative journalism and computer assisted reporting will be held in Kiev, Ukraine, on October 13-16, 2011.

The four-day conference will focus on the latest journalistic techniques and methods. Take this opportunity to acquire new skills and learn more about cross-border journalism. Get insight into the work of journalists from all over the world and learn from their experiences.

Previous conferences have been held in Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Toronto, Lillehammer, Geneva

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