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Who Should Receive an Investigative Prize?

Every second year the “Global Shining Light Award” is given to a work of investigative journalism in a developing or transitioning country, done under threat, duress, or in the direst of conditions. The winner receives an honorary plaque, US$1,000, and a trip to the Global Investigative Journalism Conference to accept the award in front of […]

Global Investigative Journalism Conference 2015 in Lillehammer, Norway

The Norwegian Association for Investigative Journalism, SKUP, is hosting the upcoming Global Investigative Journalism Conference in October 2015. It is the second time, that the GIJC takes place in Lillehammer, Norway. The first – and very succesful – conference in Norway was in 2008. SCOOP will fundraise to support as many participants as possible.

Riga Summer School of Investigative Reporting 2014

The Centre for Media Studies at SSE Riga invites you to attend the third Summer School on Investigative Reporting run by professionals with globally recognised reputations. Get inspiration and learn techniques from the reporter that uncovered the huge scandal of illegal tapping of phone messages by newspapers in Great Britain – Nick Davies. See what […]

When “agro businessmen” drive away traditional producers

Competition for land in the rural areas is taking a disturbing turn in Burkina Faso. Having been spared this phenomenon up until recently, the country now has to face a situation which can destabilise social peace. At the origin of the problem is the government’s policy of encouraging agro businessmen. The state believes that these […]