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GIJN’s Reporting Guides

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GIJN’s free online Resource Center is used by journalists in 100 countries per day in 13 languages. With over a thousand tip sheets, videos and reporting guides, the Center has become first-stop shopping for journalists embarking on stories worldwide. Here is a selection of the reporting guides. You can find a list of our most popular tipsheets here.

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