Interlink Academy Calls for Suggestions for the Global Investigative Journalism Conference

Media Rights Agenda
By Media Rights Agenda November 14, 2018 12:17 Updated

Foto-Unterricht-Digital-Journalism-for-Eastern-Europe-560x316The Interlink Academy for International Dialog and Journalism is calling on stakeholders in media development to enter into discussions with it about options for co-operations and collaborations for the 11th edition of the Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC19), scheduled to hold in the German city of Hamburg.

Suggestions may be for example, in inviting investigative journalists from low-income countries to attend the GIJC19. The call is not for papers.

The Interlink Academy, together with Netzwerk Recherche will be the local organizers of GIJ19.

The conference language of GIJC19 which will take place from 25-29 September 2019 will be English and provides opportunity for training and networking. More than 1,200 participants are expected from all over the world.

Globally leading investigative journalists will present their work, share their experience and introduce the participants to the latest research methods and tools in more than 200 workshops.

For more information, familiarization and better impression of the concept, interested persons are encouraged to visit the website of the previous GIJC17 in Johannesburg: https://gijc2017.org/.

Investigative journalists interested in participating in the event can get further information from Werner Eggert: werner.eggert@interlink.academy.

Media Rights Agenda
By Media Rights Agenda November 14, 2018 12:17 Updated
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