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Global center to be provisional secretariat for Network

The Volunteer Group, which conducts the business of the Global Investigative Journalism Network between conferences, has worked out a memo of understanding in which a new center will act provisionally as the Network’s secretariat.

The Global Center for Investigative Journalism, which has been created by long-time investigative journalist David Kaplan, will help coordinate Network activities such conference planning and the Web site and social media.

A memo of understanding outlines the work to be performed by the center. The arrangement will be reviewed in June to see whether it should be continued.

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