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Global Investigative Journalism Conference Set for November 2017

Be sure to join us for the seminal event in investigative reporting for 2017 — the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference. We’re bringing nearly a thousand journalists from 100 countries November 16-19 to Johannesburg, South Africa. You can view the program here and register here. gijc17-2You don’t want to miss this one — it will be the GIJC’s 10th anniversary and our first time in Africa. There will be over 100 sessions, all targeted at working journalists determined to dig beneath the surface. We’ve got stronger networks and better tech than ever before, plus the top journalism trainers in the biz. Come learn state-of-the-art data analysis and online digging, how to track dirty money across borders, and how to fund your investigations. Check our full conference site here.

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