The CIJ Investigative Journalism Conference and Summer School is now in its eleventh year. You can find out about previous summer schools, including listening to any talks or videos that were recorded from the list below:
Summer School 2016 Was all about data - from hands-on workshops to stories that data can reveal.
Summer School 2015 Asked how do you approach and tell difficult stories, looking at examples both complex and harrowing.
Summer School 2014 Looked at new ways of doing investigative journalism and discussed ways for the investigative journalist to survive financially.
Summer School 2013 Focused on High Risk Investigations: taking on greedy corporations, secretive governments, cheats, criminals and predatory celebrities.
Summer School 2012 Looked at what makes a great investigative journalist and will covered everything from the latest technology to tried-and-tested investigative techniques.
Summer School 2011 With stories from WikiLeaks dominating the news agenda over the last year, the main strand for the 2011 Summer School was whistleblowing.
Summer School 2010 The science strand looked at what lies beneath the spin around health, climate, and nuclear issues and the ways journalists can provide publicly available tools in sourcing arguments and counter-arguments, and evaluate the available evidence.
Summer School 2009 Talks on the economic crisis was a major theme for the 2009 Summer School.
Summer School 2008 Reporting the environment was the main strand for the 2008 Summer School.
Summer School 2007 This fifth international school concentrated on broadcast investigations, with an emphasis on the unique problems of producing investigative radio.
Summer School 2006 Computer Assisted Reporting (CAR) was the main feature of the 2006 Summer School.