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Candidates for GIJN Board of Directors 2015

GIJN squareHere are candidates for the GIJN Board of Directors, which will be voted on electronically by GIJN member organization representatives. GIJN members can vote for a maximum of four at-large board members.

Regional members from North America, Latin America/Caribbean, and Middle East/North Africa were also eligible to choose one member to represent their respective region. Because Fernando Rodrigues (Latin America) and Rana Sabbagh (Middle East) ran unopposed, they have been re-elected.

Candidates have until September 8, 2015 to be nominated. For election background and rules, see Election of GIJN Board — 2015.

For voting information on the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference, see After Norway: Help Us Choose the Next Global Conference.


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