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GIJN Weekly Bulletin -- Sept. 26, 2014

 

Whistleblowers and Watchdogs


Whistleblowers--insiders who expose corrupt or illegal activity--are an important source of information for journalists everywhere. But it can be challenging for reporters to identify a whistleblower's motives, verify their claims, and protect them as sources. To help navigate these concerns, GIJN has devoted its newest resource page to whistleblowing. Included are tips, tools, and groups in a dozen countries who work with those blowing the whistle on fraud, crime, and abuses of power. 

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Open Data Is Not Open for Business, Steven Adler

100 FOI Laws, But Challenges Abound, Access Info Europe

Uncovering Asia Schedule: Inside Asia's First Investigative Journalism Conference, GIJN Staff

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Tips & Tools 

An Editor's Guide to Plagiarism, Poynter

30 Tools for Data Viz, Fast Company

Mapping Biomedical Research, NIH

Latin American Story Grants, Connectas


Right to Education Database, InfoDocket 

Stories of the Week


Investigating Miss America, Last Week Tonight

Crisis of Rising Sea Levels, Reuters

Azerbaijan Oil Deal Benefits Hidden Investors, OCCRP

Invasion of Corporate News, Financial Times

China's Generation Green, UBC Int'l Reporting Project
 

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