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CIJ Trainer Crina Boros Remembers David Donald
David Donald, an American journalist, computer-assisted reporting (CAR) trainer and mentor extraordinaire lost a battle with mesothelioma at age 64. But his life cannot be simply measured in years. I...
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Seasons Greetings from the CIJ Team
Dear CIJ Family and Friends This year has been both very successful and very sad for the CIJ.  We held our second CIJ Logan Symposium in March for an audience of over 700 in the centre...
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Israeli Expulsion Threats Prompt Free Speech Concern
Thursday 22nd December 2016 The CIJ is deeply concerned with media reports from Israel that Antony Loewenstein's work visa and freelance press credentials will not be renewed when they expire in...
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CIJ Welcomes ECJ Ruling on IP Bill
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) today ruled against the UK government, declaring the indiscriminate collection and retention of electronic communications data permitted by the Investigatory...
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BskyB Deal Threatens UK Media Plurality
The Centre for Investigative Journalism opposes the potential takeover of BkyB by Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox and fully supports the National Union of Journalists' call for intervention...
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Remembering David Donald
It is with great sadness that we are writing to tell you of the death, from cancer, of our dear friend and colleague, investigative journalist and data trainer David Donald. David was diagnosed early...
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Gavin MacFadyen
We are extremely sad to announce the death of Gavin MacFadyen, CIJ’s Founder, Director and its leading light. Gavin died of lung cancer surrounded by loved ones in London on Saturday 22nd Oct...
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Gavin MacFadyen: A Personal Remembrance
From the moment I joined the board of the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) of which Gavin was the founding director, Gavin and I talked of one day ‘doing the journalism’ beyond...
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Should We Abolish Accountability?
A report by Eileen Chubb from Compassion in Care in response to The Law Commission’s review of the law Misconduct In Public Office (MIPO). There is a risk that MIPO is likely to abolished...
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CIJ Investigates London as the Centre of the Global Drugs Trade
The CIJ is launching a new project on London and its role as the major laundering location for money earned from the global drugs trade, particularly from Latin America. The Italian investigative...
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