Accessibility Settings

color options

monochrome muted color dark

reading tools

isolation ruler


GIJN Newsletter: GIJC13 Highlights, After Rio, End of Year Appeal

A baby owl at the GIJC13 conference venue

Our just-released newsletter, the Global Network News, includes highlights of the 8th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, as well as a big thanks to all of you who made it possible. You’ll also find an update on the big decisions that came from the Rio meeting of GIJN’s Steering Committee, made up of our 90 member organizations. Among them: the 9th Global Investigative Journalism Conference will be held in Lillehammer, Norway, hosted by our friends at SKUP. And, as usual, you’ll find the latest resources in our toolbox section, and a calendar of upcoming events.

Finally, don’t forget that GIJN needs your support. We’re a not-for-profit group that relies on grants and donations for the critical work of training, advising, and getting tools to investigative journalists working on the front lines of corruption and crime. As 2013 nears an end, please consider making a donation if you can. (Note: Funds given in the United States are tax deductible by U.S. taxpayers.)

Read the full newsletter here.

You can also subscribe to the Global Network News here and stay on top of what’s happening in investigative journalism around the world.

Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under a Creative Commons license.

Republish this article

Material from GIJN’s website is generally available for republication under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license. Images usually are published under a different license, so we advise you to use alternatives or contact us regarding permission. Here are our full terms for republication. You must credit the author, link to the original story, and name GIJN as the first publisher. For any queries or to send us a courtesy republication note, write to

Read Next