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Statistical Excellence in Journalism Award for Guardian's Simon Rogers
The Guardian’s Simon Rogers, who taught at the CIJ Summer School this year,  has won the online category in the the Royal Statistical Society's (RSS) annual journalism awards. Rogers,...
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Logan Handbooks: The Hidden Scenario on Amazon
We are proud to announce the publication of The Hidden Scenario by Luuk Sengers and Mark Lee Hunter, the first of a series of handbooks for investigative journalists made...
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CIJ Submission to Leveson
  As part of its advocacy for high quality, ethical journalism, the CIJ submitted evidence to the Levson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press.  Our submission can be...
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Summer School Video
If you missed any of the talks at the Summer School or would like to watch something again, we have two of the keynote talks and a selection of other talks and training available to watch online:...
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Logan Handbooks
The Centre for Investigative Journalism is pleased to announce the launch of the Logan Handbooks: The Hidden Scenario and FOIA without the Lawyer. Available as e-books through amazon.com The...
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Gavin MacFadyen Gives Evidence to Inquiry
8 November 2011 CIJ's Director Gavin MacFadyen gave evidence to the Select Committee of Communications' Inquiry into the Future of Investigative Journalism, November 2011. In July 2011 the...
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Film Week 2013 Submissions
The Centre for Investigative Journalism is looking for great investigative documentaries to be shown at its Investigative Film Week 2013. We are particularly interested in films made outside the UK....
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CIJ Response to Police and Official Secrets Act
17 September 2011 The Metropolitan Police announcement on 16 September that they are intending to use the Official Secrets Act against The Guardian is an extraordinary attack on fundamental press...
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