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#GIJC17 Now Sold Out!

Due to overwhelming response, the Global Investigative Journalism Conference has sold out. We’re sorry we can’t accommodate everyone who would like to attend, but with 1100 participants, we’ve now reached the capacity of our host facilities.

As there may be cancellations, we encourage those still interested to get on the waiting list through our registration page. You can follow conference developments through our hashtag #GIJC17.

Thanks for everyone’s interest!

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