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Successful Danish conference on investigative journalism

The annual Danish conference for investigative journalism was held in Copenhagen Friday and Saturday the 18th and 19th of November and drew more than 200 participants and guests from many other countries.

The conference offered five tracks: the international track, the workshop track, the data track, the local journalism track and the national journalism track. Several awards were given out at the celebration dinner Saturday.
(See all award-winners here: http://journalisten.dk/her-er-vinderne-af-fuj-priserne)

The conference also celebrated the international orientation of FUJ, www.fuj.dk, The Danish Association for investigative Journalism. This orientation began 10 years ago with the first Global Investigative Journalism Conference held in Copenhagen. It continued in 2003 with the second global conference and the formation of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and of Scoop – a network supporting investigative journalism.

The international projects co-founded by FUJ are www.gijn.org, www.i-scoop.org, www.arij.net and http://pair-africa.org/

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