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.
Human Trafficking Organized Crime Reporting Tools & Tips
At a JournalismFund.eu webinar, journalists Annie Kelly and Ian Urbina spoke of their experiences documenting human trafficking around the world.
Researchers estimate 40 million people exist in some form of slavery today, ranging from debt bondage and false contracts to sex trafficking, forced marriage and child labor. To help journalists cover human trafficking and slavery, GIJN has created this collection of resources including documents and reports, places to find expertise and advice on best practices in reporting and investigation.