The Global Investigative Journalism Conference is the world’s largest international gathering of investigative journalists. The conference features training on the latest tools and techniques, cutting-edge workshops, and extensive networking and brainstorming sessions.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) serves as the international hub for the world’s investigative reporters, with 244 member nonprofits in 90 countries. Its staff works in a dozen languages daily, giving watchdog reporters the tools, technology, and training to go after abuses of power and lack of accountability.
Fojo Media Institute (Fojo), based at Linnaeus University in southern Sweden, works with partners around the world to strengthen and develop journalism and media so that it can contribute to a more democratic and sustainable world.
Föreningen Grävande Journalister (FGJ), the Swedish Association of Investigative Journalism, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and inspiration of profound, critical journalism. The association’s goal is to offer courses and seminars that improve the sharing of knowledge between journalists.
More info: gijc2023.org
Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre
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412 94 Gothenburg