Registration Opens for Global Conference
Ready to join the largest ever international gathering of investigative reporters? Registration is now open
for the 8th Global Investigative Journalism Conference
, coming October 12-15 in beautiful Rio de Janeiro. Check out the exciting conference tracks, the great reporters and trainers coming, and other highlights we’re planning with partners Abraji
. We're combining three key events in international journalism this year: the biennial Global Conference, the Latin American Investigative Journalism Conference, and Brazil's national investigative reporting conference. Registration and conference pages are available in English
, and Spanish
Shining Light Award Nominations Open
Investigative journalists in developing and transitioning countries: have you completed a great story in the last two years? Applications are open for the only award that honors your work done under threat or duress. The winner gets US$1000 and a free trip to the Rio conference, where the award will be presented alongside ICIJ’s Daniel Pearl Award
and the Latin American Investigative Journalism Prize
. For more information, see our awards page.
Travel Grants Available for Rio
GIJN is offering a limited number of travel grants so that journalists in developing and transitioning countries can attend the Global Conference. You must be a professional journalist with a proven track record in investigative reporting, watchdog beat reporting, or data journalism. See our conference pages
for how to apply.
Call for GIJC15 Proposals
GIJN member organizations: interested in hosting GIJC15, the conference after Rio? We’re accepting proposals for the 2015 gathering. The winner will be selected at the Rio conference in October. We're looking for a local host with organizational capacity, fundraising ability, and a supportive media community. Guidelines on how to apply are available here
. Don't delay: Deadline for submission is August 15.
GIJN's Global Reach Expands
With our new website, we’ve tripled traffic to GIJN.org, and last month we hosted visitors from more than 150 countries – that’s three-quarters of the world. Our Facebook community
reached 20,000 in May, and we’ve added a Spanish-language Twitter feed, @gijnEs
, to our popular English one, @gijn
. We’re also revamping GIJN’s LinkedIn community
so it becomes a valuable resource for finding investigative journalists around the world. Come join us.
Help Support Our Work
The Global Investigative Journalism Network relies on grants and donations for its critical work expanding investigative reporting around the world. We need your support
now to bring developing country journalists to the Global Conference for training by the world’s best investigative and data journalists. (Funds given in the United States are tax deductible by U.S. taxpayers.) Please make a donation
if you can.
Manuli Joins GIJN Staff
Join us in extending a warm welcome to Gabriela Manuli, who is lending her considerable talents to GIJN as program coordinator and online editor. A native of Argentina, Gabriela worked as an investigative reporter in Buenos Aires, earned an M.A. in Public Policy at Central European University in Budapest, and currently resides in Washington, D.C.