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Britain is Treating Journalists as Terrorists
Sarah Harrison explains to the Guardian how her links to WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden mean she is treated as a threat and can't return to the UK. Read the full article in the Guradian: ...
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The CIJ has a New Home
The CIJ is now based at Goldsmiths, University of London We are particularly pleased to have been invited and welcomed by Goldsmiths’ Journalism Department. It is one of the top rated research...
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Book now for the CIJ Conference and Summer School
Bookings are now open for this year's CIJ Investigative Journalism Conference and Summer School.  The event will take place on 4-6 July at Goldsmiths College, University of London...
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The Whistler Launches in the UK
LONDON, 7 March 2014 The Whistler, an umbrella group of organisations who provide support for whistleblowers, has announced its UK launch at 6pm, 20 March 2014 in Room A214 at City University...
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A Brief Guide to Web Documentaries
The CIJ WebDocs Weekend is coming soon, so we've gathered together a list of some of the world's best web documentaries to inspire you.  The list below features projects from Canada...
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Whistleblowers Join Forces to Create International Organisation
Whistleblowers who exposed some of the highest profile violations of privacy and human rights in the US have joined forces with The Whistler to form an international alliance to protect all...
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The Intercept: NSA Revelations
In the first exposé for their new new venture - First Look Media's digital journal The Intercept - investigative journalists Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald reveal that the National Security...
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London Investigative Film Festival 2014 Photos
We had it all: tears, heated discussions and moving personal stories. Nearly 300 people attended the London Investigative Film Festival 2014 and four filmmakers came to London to present their films...
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West of Memphis Launches London Investigative Film Festival
Oscar nominated director Amy Berg yesterday opened the London Investigative Film Festival with her acclaimed documentary West of Memphis.  After a shaky start (we had to move rooms due to...
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Trail of Murder: A Story From the Past Opens Old Wounds
Film director David Niblock had a long fascination with South-East Asia so when the opportunity came up he took on a story about the murder of the FT journalist Sander Thoenes in East Timor in 1999...
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