#CIJSummer Investigative Journalism Conference 2022 will take place in person on 29-30 June at Goldsmiths, University of London. The number of places will be limited. Topics and skills: Data journalism (hands-on) Financial investigations Open Source Investigations Environmental investigations and tools Investigative methodology Threats to journalism Legal aspects of journalism Source Protection Programme (a separate programme under the umbrella of the conference) And much more Networking: There will be plenty of opportunity to network: long breaks with tea and coffee and a drinks reception on Thu 30 June (included in the price).
Applications for the 2022 #CIJLyraMcKee Investigative Journalism Training and Mentoring Bursary Scheme are now closed. #CIJLyraMcKee Bursary Scheme: #CIJLyraMcKee Bursary Scheme was established in memory of a young and courageous Irish investigative journalist Lyra McKee, who was shot dead by dissident republicans in Derry in April 2019.
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