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GIJN Weekly Bulletin -- Sept. 11, 2014


Registration Opens for Asia's First Investigative Journalism Conference


Come join us in Manila! Registration is now open for Asia's groundbreaking investigative journalism conference. Check out our new conference site, put together by GIJN and its partners, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. We have speakers from more than 15 countries with state-of-the-art panels on digging out hidden facts online, the best data tools, tracking money across borders, funding your investigation, and more.

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What Is Big Data?, Jenna Dutcher 

News Credibility in an Age of Disinformation, Mark Lee Hunter

Top Ten #ddj: The Week’s Most Popular Data Journalism Links, GIJN and Connected Action

Satellite Images as Proof, Sheila Coronel

Media, UNESCO Call for Free Press in Global Development Agenda, David E. Kaplan

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