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New Global GIJN Guide

mapLooking for investigative contacts worldwide? We’ve redesigned our membership list so it’s easy to find GIJN members and their work. You’ll find a comprehensive list of GIJN’s 90 member organizations in 40 countries, including profiles and links to their websites, social media, and RSS feeds. This a work in progress, so members please send us an email with edits and updates. Big thanks to the Investigative News Network (INN) for this project. INN built the template for this member directory for their new website, and thanks to their Largo platform it was easy to share the code and adapt to our site. 

Interested in joining GIJN? Membership in GIJN is open to registered nonprofits and NGOs that actively work in support of investigative reporting.

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