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Award-Winning Editor of World In Action, Ray Fitzwalter Dies
The death of Ray Fitzwalter has left a gaping hole in the culture of controversial, investigative reporting, that he did so much to encourage and defend. As Editor of World in Action he maintained...
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Sinister Precedent from National Crime Agency
Lauri Love, a British electrical engineering student currently fighting three extradition requests from separate US court districts on allegations of hacking US government networks, will present...
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Volunteers for the #CIJSummer 2016
We are looking for volunteers to help us run our annual Investigative Journalism Training Conference, which will take place on 14-16 July 2016 at Goldsmiths, University of London.Interest in...
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Covert Filming: All You Need to Know
We are proud to recommend a new book Hidden Cameras: Everything you Need to Know About Covert Recording, Undercover Cameras and Secret Filming by investigative journalist Joe Plomin. Secret filming...
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Follow our LinkedIn Profile
We recently created a CIJ account on LinkedIn, where we will be sharing CIJ news and updates.  So if you are on LinkedIn and want to know first hand about what's happening at the CIJ -...
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CIJ Bertha Fellow: Lawyers Make Billions From State-Investor Arbitration
Last year CIJ Bertha Fellows Claire Provost and Matt Kennard reported in the Guardian on the multinational companies suing developing states: The obscure legal system that lets corporations sue...
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CIJ Bertha Fellow: Environmental Protests at Kyrgyzstan Gold Mine
In a report published today in the Guardian, CIJ Bertha Fellow Claire Provost, working with local freelancer Ryskeldi Satke, exposes the environmental damage caused by gold mining operations in the...
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Journalists in Freedom of Information Battle with European Parliament
A collective of EU-wide journalists is taking the European Parliament to the European Court of Justice after being denied access to information detailing the spending habits of 751 MEPs. In an...
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Save the Freedom of Information Act
By Sid Ryan, CIJ Bertha Fellow and FOIA trainer.   The government is planning to cripple the Freedom of Information Act, because it is being 'misused' by journalists as a research tool...
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CIJ Bertha Fellows: Turkish Worker Rights Violations
In a report published today by The Black Sea, CIJ Bertha Fellows Craig Shaw and Claire Provost expose the harsh conditions forced upon workers at Ford and Fiat factories in Turkey. Workers who...
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