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Every two years, the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) honors outstanding investigative journalism in a developing or transitioning country, done under threat, duress or in the direst of conditions with its Global Shining Light Award.
Submissions must have been broadcast or published between January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2022, and the deadline to submit is February 28, 2023. Find out more about the past winners, submission criteria and prizes on its site here.
Happening this week:
- Nigeria is hosting an introduction to robotics and automation
Worth a read:
- Poynter compiled a list of stories, tools and resources for students going back to school or journalists just getting started in their career.
- A Nightingale editor wrote about a math book from 1945 called How to Solve It, and includes a link to the book as well as a write-up on the book’s processes and how they could help solve problems in any field, including data visualization.
- The Investigative Journalism Foundation is a Canadian nonprofit, nonpartisan news startup that’s building public interest databases, collaborating with other newsrooms and publishing its own investigations. Read more about the organization, its structure and goals in this NiemanLab writeup.
- Anywhere - Freedom of the Press Foundation, Frontend Web Development Contractor
- Anywhere - OCCRP, Development Intern
- Anywhere - Pulitzer Center, Sr. Editor, Oceans Investigations
- Philippines - Thibi, Data Journalism Trainer
- US - American University, Investigative Journalism Professor and Editor
- US - dot.LA, Production Manager
- US - MinnPost, Audience Editor
- US - ProPublica, Northwest Editor
- US - Texas Tribune, Director of Audience Growth and Engagement
- January 23-27, Online & US, National News Literacy Week
- March 2-5, Nashville, US, NICAR
- April 14-15, Online & Austin, US, International Symposium on Online Journalism
- April 19-23, Perugia, Italy, International Journalism Festival
- September 19-22, Gothenburg, Sweden, Global Investigative Journalism Conference