Position: Spanish Editor, Global Investigative Journalism Network
This job post is now closed
Deadline: May 25, 2020
GIJN, a fast-growing nonprofit, is looking for a Spanish Editor. Applicants must have a solid understanding of investigative and data journalism, with strong skills in managing social media. The position is aimed at strengthening and building networks and organizations of investigative journalists in the Spanish-speaking world. While initially half-time, this position has the potential to become full-time. GIJN is an association of 184 organizations in 77 countries dedicated to spreading and advancing investigative journalism around the world.
Position: Digital Outreach Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
This job post is now closed
Deadline: May 22, 2020
GIJN, a fast-growing nonprofit, is looking for a Digital Outreach Director to oversee and coach the work by its regional editors around the world. Duties include supervising the editors’ social media feeds and newsletters in multiple languages, expanding outreach to journalism and related communities, and identifying areas to further develop their work. The position is full-time and is part of the GIJN management team. GIJN is an association of 184 organizations in 77 countries dedicated to spreading and advancing investigative journalism around the world. This is a unique chance to be at the center of the global hub servicing the world’s investigative journalists at a time of unprecedented opportunities and challenges.
If you didn’t make it to Seoul for this year’s Uncovering Asia conference — or couldn’t be at two panels at the same time — never fear, tipsheets from our impressive speakers are here! But just in case you can’t decide where to start, here are five presentations that are definitely worth checking out.
Early this February, we launched a new series on investigative tips and tools to add to our Resource Center for journalists worldwide who want to dig deeper and ask tougher questions. Now, this compact set of crash seminars featuring leading experts with insights on how to better investigate has been translated into four additional languages and will be released over the coming weeks.
You may have heard the buzz that Facebook is changing its newsfeed algorithm yet again. This may mean you might see less of our stories in your newsfeed and more content from your friends and family. Fortunately, there is one simple fix to ensure you do not miss any of our posts on investigative stories, tips and tools. Just follow the steps below. Desktop
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Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out our new video series on investigative tips and tools. This compact set of crash seminars features leading experts with insights on what investigative journalism is, as well as how to follow public records, investigate with data, understand financial records and the best online search strategies.
At the keynote event of the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz addresses speaks on “Media Power in a Post-Truth World.” Stiglitz is interviewed by Sheila Coronel, academic dean of the Columbia Journalism School.
GIJN is excited to announce a special fellowship for an Arabic-speaking journalist to report on the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, November 16 to 19, 2017, in Johannesburg, South Africa. If you are a journalist who can write Arabic with good English and a passion for social media, then don’t let this opportunity fly out of your hands. The successful applicant will join GIJN’s multinational media team during this five-day event in Johannesburg. This is the seminal event in international investigative journalism, with 120 sessions on state-of-the-art investigative techniques, data analysis, online research, cross-border reporting, security, and more. You will be serving as the eyes and ears for the entire Arabic journalism world on this important event.
The 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, to be held this November 16-19 in Johannesburg, South Africa, will again feature an academic research track, highlighting trends, challenges, teaching methodologies, and best practices in investigative journalism. Here is the call for papers that is going out to journalism professors worldwide.