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2022’s Best Investigative Stories from Turkey

In Turkey, authoritarianism is increasingly undermining media pluralism and is limiting the freedom of journalists to report and receive information now more than ever before. Despite this, GIJN Turkish found numerous praiseworthy stories produced by watchdog reporters this year, and here feature eight notable examples of investigative journalism, photojournalism, and documentary work. 

Data Journalism

Data Journalism Top 10: China’s Fishing Fleet, Queer Cinema, Hurricane Ian, Iran Protests

China’s global fishing operation is prompting concerns about overfishing and destruction of marine life and ecosystems and The New York Times mapped its global reach. Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter also highlights the queer cinema history in the Southeast Asian region, charted Hurricane Ian’s destructive path through the US, Iran’s protests for womens’ rights, and the social housing issues in Canada.

Reporting Tools & Tips

How Journalists Tracked Down Missing Data to Change the Conversation on Homelessness

Journalist Maeve McClenaghan was scrolling through Twitter when something caught her eye: a post from a local community member about a homeless person’s death. Digging deeper, she soon realized no one was collecting the relevant data to build a nationwide picture of how many homeless people were dying across the UK, sparking an 18-month investigation involving a network of over 1,000 contributors.

News & Analysis

The Collaboration That Matched Award-Winning Reporters with University Students

In this article journalist Will Fischer describes how 270 students across seven universities teamed up to cover homelessness in the United States. In an ambitious nationwide investigation, Pulitzer-winning journalists served as instructors, helping the teams involved produce groundbreaking stories while teaching the next generation of reporters how to work together.