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The Guardian and Parliament
The recent attempt to intimidate and pressurise the Guardian is an attempt to further muzzle an already compromised mainstream media. Mr. Rusbridger, who is appearing before the home affairs select...
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CIJ Training Graduate Creates Charity Webdoc
Glyn Thomas, digital communications officer at the World Development Movement (WDM) first came across webdocs at the CIJ Webdocs Workshop last January.  He immediately saw the potential...
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Jobs with the CIJ
Internships Below are projects and investigations that some of our former interns have worked on: The WhistlerMagdalena Gawlicka worked with The Whistler - an organisaiton to support whistleblowers...
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New Whistleblowers Organisation
A new organisation of Whistleblowers is coming together dedicated to the support, defence and campaign for whistleblowers' rights in every sector. Those who have risked a great deal to bring...
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Shadows of Liberty: How the Media is Controlled
A film about the world’s corporate media monopoly and its stranglehold on democracy and information is being shown this Wednesday at Merci Marie Cafe in London on Wed 20 November at 7pm....
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Investigative Journalism Jobs
The Henry Mayhew Foundation is launching a website called 'True or False?' which will publish comments on allegations of fact made in the mass media, saying whether they are accurate or...
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Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools
The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is pleased to announce that registration is now open for its free online data journalism course Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools. This...
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SecureDrop Project Will Pay To Install Media Outlets' WikiLeaks-Style Submission Systems
In an age of pervasive surveillance that makes no exception for the media, the idea of a Wikileaks-style secure submission system for anonymous whistleblowers may be more important than ever. Now one...
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CIJ Statement in Support of The Guardian
The documents released by Edward Snowden are some of the most important disclosures for decades and have brought to light extraordinary abuses of civil rights and privacy; abuses on a scale few could...
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WikiLeaks' Sarah Harrison; The Unsung Hero Of The NSA Revelations
How many people can look back on their lives and say they have done something significant for the betterment of society? Oftentimes selfless and noble actions of individuals go unrecognized. There...
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