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Matt Kennard Appointed Deputy Director of the CIJ
Investigative journalist Matt Kennard has been appointed deputy director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism. Gavin MacFadyen, Director of the CIJ, said: “We are delighted that Matt is...
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Community and Citizen Journalism Project
Taking investigative skills training out to those who need it most: the citizen journalists defending the public interest in our regional communitiesThe CIJ is currently implementing a series of...
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Bureau of Investigative Journalism seeking new Data Lab Director
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is recruiting a director to lead a new project aimed at providing data-led stories to local journalists. The director will build a four-person team, which will...
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Michael Ratner Obituary
From Attica to Assange, Michael Ratner, who has died of cancer aged 72,  defended, investigated, and spoke up for victims of human rights abuses all over the world. For 45 years, Michael brought...
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Forensic Architecture Featured in Wired Magazine
Goldsmiths' Eyal Weizman talks to WIRED magazine January 2016: "The voice is calm; the scene playing out on the laptop is not — intense cobalt-yellow flashes from detonating ordnance...
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Research Internship
This vacancy has been filled. Interns are wanted for a detailed two month investigation of a large dataset of published US State Department literature. Interns will help perform a systematic reading...
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More investigations from the CIJ Bertha Fellows
The CIJ Fellows, supported by the Bertha Foundation, have recently published more investigative work.  Craig Shaw has been working with researcher Zeynep Sentek, looking into the new data laws...
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New Book by Seymour Hersh
In 2011 a group of US Navy Seals assassinated Osama bin Laden in a night raid on a high-walled compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The killing was the high point of Obama’s first term, and a...
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Love Ruling May Create Dangerous New Police Powers
On 10 May 2016 a UK judge will make a decision that will have serious implications for  journalists, advocates, activists, whistleblowers, members of the legal profession and other groups who...
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Lauri Love ruling may create dangerous new police powers
On 10 May 2016, a UK Judge will make a decision that will have serious implications for  journalists, advocates, activists, whistleblowers, members of the legal profession and other groups who...
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