A one-day course providing an insight into the many aspects for preparation of an undercover investigation
Reporters Without Borders released a compelling collection of case studies and interviews with journalists threatened by mafias and criminal groups worldwide
From technical advice on covert filming equipment and techniques to the ethical and legal aspects
Following the assassination of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, a group of European MEPs is calling on the EU Commission to promote an anti-SLAPP EU directive, to counter the attempts at silencing investigative journalism. A backgrounder on the use of the acronym “SLAPP”.
On Friday April 3 2015, at Harvard Law School's Wasserstein Hall, Richard Tofel, president of the independent investigative journalism organization ProPublica, gave a talk on investigative journalism in the digital age
Applications are open for the 9th edition of BIRN Summer School, to be held in Romania from August 19 to 25
The Council of Europe has issued guidelines to its 47 member states in order to promote media pluralism, transparency of media ownership and media literacy
Frivolous legal cases against investigative journalists are often deployed as a strategy to silence them, ultimately seeking to hinder their work. A legal analysis on three cases involving defamation charges against Italian journalist Amalia De Simone
Cross-border teams of journalists and media outlets can apply by May 3 for up to €50,000 grants to investigate issues such as corruption, financial crime, human rights abuses and environmental damage.
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