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Welcome to #CIJSummer 2021

Welcome to the 19th annual #CIJSummer Investigative Journalism Conference – the second, and almost certainly the last, to take place entirely online. Working throughout a global pandemic has been a challenge for everyone, not least for investigative journalists and those working to help them.

Welcome from the Director of the CIJ

Welcome to the 19th annual #CIJSummer Investigative Journalism Conference – the second, and almost certainly the last, to take place entirely online. Working throughout a global pandemic has been a challenge for everyone, not least for investigative journalists and those working to help them.

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22 May 2019

The CIJ and the Google News Initiative to continue delivering Access to Tools

The Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) is delighted to announce that it will be continuing its partnership with the Google News Initiative. Building on the success of last year’s training that was launched in Newcastle in September 2018, the Access to Tools programme will see the CIJ lead 25 workshops between May and December 2019.

10 October 2017

Lowell Bergman: Russia versus US, and the role of investigative journalism

In the wake of President Trump, there’s been a welcome resurgence of interest in investigative journalism in the United States. But what should its role be? Lowell Bergman, one of the world’s most famous and respected investigative journalists alive whose investigation into the tobacco industry inspired the film The Insider, came to London to discuss the state of investigative journalism and the dilemmas which confront the profession, including the growing information war between the US and Russia over leaks, hacks and new media propaganda.

The CIJ and the Google News Initiative to continue delivering Access to Tools

The Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) is delighted to announce that it will be continuing its partnership with the Google News Initiative. Building on the success of last year’s training that was launched in Newcastle in September 2018, the Access to Tools programme will see the CIJ lead 25 workshops between May and December 2019.

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