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GIJN Bookshelf: Investigative Titles for Your 2022 Reading List

The year 2022 has seen a number of noteworthy books about investigative journalism, from going undercover to dig into corruption to investigating the underbelly of the global migration crisis, and from a deep dive into dodgy COVID contracts to a book from Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa.

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What to Watch: DIG’s Investigative Documentary Shortlist

The jury for the DIG Awards – an annual celebration of the best investigative documentaries made around the world – has revealed the films and programs that have made it onto the annual shortlist. The final awards will be given as part of DIG’s festival, which is taking place in the historic city of Modena in northern Italy this week.

GIJN Webinar — Collaborating on Long-Form and Documentary TV & Video

In this third GIJN Webinar in our Investigating the Pandemic series, Collaborating on Long-Form and Documentary TV & Video, we bring you a stellar cast of television executives and commissioning editors from RTS in Switzerland, Premières Lignes in France,  BBC Global News, and BBC Arabic and BBC Africa, and from Canada’s CBC — to launch a collaborative platform to support long form television investigations into COVID-19.