More than 450 journalists gathered at the 11th Annual Forum of the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism in Jordan earlier this month. The gathering took place just two months after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, as new details of his assassination continued to surface.
Representatives from several data projects in the MENA region made their way to Cairo last month to attend the first Arab Data Journalism Conference. They were there to share their initiatives to help data other Arab journalists — as well as academics and researchers — access reliable data that’s easy to find and delivered in usable formats. A GIJN original.
The Middle East is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be an investigative journalist. Which makes this list of top stories from 2017 by GIJN’s Arabic editor, Majdoleen Hassan, that much more impressive.
Journalists from Egypt, Yemen and Jordan who exposed human rights abuse and state-run mass surveillance took top prizes for the best investigations in print, film and multimedia in 2017 at the 10th Forum for Arab Investigative Journalists this weekend.
This week, some 400 Arab journalists will be meeting at Jordan’s Dead Sea for the 10th Annual Arab Investigative Journalism Forum. Rana Sabbagh writes about the Arab world’s fake news epidemic — and how some Arab journalists are fighting back.
ستجدون في هذه الصفحة منصة مصادر خاصة بالصحافة الاستقصائية باللغة العربية، لتكون دليلا ومرجعا للصحافيين العرب الراغبين بخوض هذا النوع من الصحافة، القائم على امتلاك الصحافي لمهارات متخصصة في مجالات البحث، والتقصي، والوصول الى المصادر المتصلة بالقصة، وتدقيق الحقائق قبل نشرها. – دليل المحقق اليومي
-النشرة الإخبارية الشهرية
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– ما هي الصحافة الاستقصائية
– الأدلة والمصادر العربية
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The ability to protect journalism sources in the digital age is rapidly deteriorating. Those are the conclusions of an important new study recently released by UNESCO. GIJN has excerpted key portions here, drawn from extensive research and interviews with investigative reporters, editors, legal experts and freedom of expression specialists from 17 countries.
Some crucial stories have been uncovered by investigative journalists in the Arab world but they don’t get the attention – or the traction – they deserve. What they could use is some lessons in marketing.
It’s been a busy first quarter of 2017 for GIJN members — from picking up Pulitzer Prizes to launching crowdfunding campaigns. There have also been new projects and new collaborations forged. Here are some noteworthy splashes made by GIJN members around the world.