From Sri Lanka to Greece: Eight New Journalism Groups Join GIJN

The Global Investigative Journalism Network is pleased to welcome eight new member organizations based in eight countries, including GIJN’s first members in Greece and Zambia. With these new members, our network now includes 211 organizations in 82 countries.

From Kyrgyzstan to Peru: A Record 20 New Members Join GIJN

At a time of growing intolerance toward independent media and free expression, we at GIJN are particularly pleased to announce that our Board of Directors has approved a record 20 new member organizations from 14 countries. GIJN now has 203 member groups in 80 countries.

GIJN Welcomes Seven New Member Organizations in Five Countries

The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome seven new member organizations based in five countries. We are particularly pleased to welcome our first member in Australia and our first representing Syrian journalists. The new groups bring GIJN’s global membership to 184 organizations in 77 countries.

GIJN Welcomes Seven New Member Organizations in Seven Countries

The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome seven new member organizations based in seven countries. We are particularly pleased to welcome our first members in Bolivia and Lesotho. The new groups bring GIJN’s global membership to 182 groups in 77 countries.

GIJN Welcomes Four New Member Groups From Italy, Mozambique, Turkey, US

The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome four new member organizations based in four countries, including a nonprofit investigative journalism site in the United States, a foundation that supports and produces investigative data journalism in Italy, a foundation supporting investigative journalism education in Turkey and a group from Mozambique that is focused on journalism training and media development.

From Turkey to Thailand: GIJN Adds 10 Members 

Gutsy online reporting sites from Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia, data journalism centers in Turkey and Ukraine, and a West African reporting network are among the 10 new members approved by the GIJN Board of Directors this week. The new groups bring GIJN’s membership to 155 organizations in 68 countries.

GIJN Welcomes Seven New Members from Six Countries

The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome seven new member organizations, including first-time representation from Malawi and Ireland. Among them are investigative units from Ukraine and Slovenia, an Irish investigative fund, and a collaborative U.S. site specializing in Freedom of Information requests. The new members bring GIJN’s membership to 145 groups in 62 countries.