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Global Investigative Journalism Conference Kiev, Ukraine, October 2011

By Henrik Kaufholz


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The Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC), which now attracts more than 500 journalists from more than 50 countries, has been held every 18 to 24 months since 2001. At this gathering, journalists, many of whom confront serious challenges in their reporting, share experiences and perspectives and absorb new techniques. This year for the first time the GIJC will be held in Eastern Europe, in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev from October 13-16. One goal of the 2011 conference is to expand and strengthen the global network of investigative reporters and create a network for Russian-speaking reporters. More information and registration materials can be found at www.gijc2011.org, and information about the work of this global network is at www.globalinvestigativejournalism.org.

4 Comments on Global Investigative Journalism Conference Kiev, Ukraine, October 2011
Henrik Kaufholz says:
June 23, 2011 at 1:26am
The aim of the network is to connect all investigative reporters and editors, so of course African journalists can - many already are - members of the network. Please go to http://www.globalinvestigativejournalism.org/ and sign up
cecil mensah says:
June 22, 2011 at 2:01am
do have a membership status for journalists working in developing country particularly Africa
Brant Houston says:
April 2, 2011 at 3:28pm
Conference planners had already arranged for an excursion to Chernobyl the day before the conference begins. With events at the nuclear plants in Japan, it more relevant than ever. Read more about it at http://gijc2011.org/?p=87
Brant Houston says:
April 2, 2011 at 3:00pm
Conference planners had already arranged for an excursion to Chernobyl the day before the conference begins. With events at the nuclear plants in Japan, it more relevant than ever. Read more about it at http://gijc2011.org/?p=87
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