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Vacancy: Fraud Investigator
The Geneva office of Diligence Global Business Intelligence are looking for a fraud investigator to analyse complex financial issues. The closing date is 25 February. Please download a job description for more information and details of how to apply. Fraud Investigator vacancy.
Projects and Investigations
Below are projects and investigations that some of our former interns have worked on:
In March 2011, former CIJ intern Natalia Viana and a group of women journalists set up aPublica, the first not-for-profit centre for investigative journalism in Brazil, and the first in all of Latin America to gain a voice. Its mission is to produce reporting in the public interest, to strengthen the right to information, and to strengthen democratic debate and the promotion of human rights.
Twelve CIJ interns have worked over many years on a detailed and complex analysis of a powerful, but little known US company, and its control of important percentages of world agriculture. Under the direction of former Guardian journalist, David Pallister, a book summarising this investigation is in preparation.
Deaths in Custody, Part 1
Six CIJ interns have worked over several years in an ongoing investigation of suspicious deaths in UK government custody. A team from The Bureau of Investigative Journalism took this research further and was able to present this research on BBC Radio 4.
At least two CIJ interns actively assisted the release of the Iraq War Logs, the State Department cables and have assisted the ongoing work of the organisation to date. This work has taken them to many countries and has imparted a first hand knowledge of freedom of the press, and how much of the world’s press responds under the pressure of controversy.
PBS Frontline documentary, ‘Black Money’