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Monday, October 29 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Global Resources: Tips and Tools from GIJN to Take Your Reporting Across Borders

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Stories quickly cross borders in this age of globalization. Crime, corruption, the food we eat, the medicine we take -- today much of it has roots in other countries. Here's how to follow the trails of documents, data and sources overseas. Experts from the Global Investigative Journalism Network will give a guided tour of GIJN's online Resource Center, with over 500 tip sheets, videos and reporting guides. Find out why this free resource is used by journalists in 100 countries per day -- and how to link up with your colleagues across Africa and around the world.

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Raymond Mpubani

Africa Editor, GIJN
Raymond Mpubani is the Africa Editor at the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), an international association of 155 nonprofit organisations in 68 countries that support, promote, and produce investigative journalism. His role as Africa Editor is to strengthen and build... Read More →
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Tanya Pamplone

Managing Editor, Johannesburg, GIJN
Tanya Pampalone has been a journalist for more than 20 years, living and working from Los Angeles, Prague, Johannesburg and San Francisco. She is currently the managing editor of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, a Washington DC-based nonprofit which supports investigative... Read More →

Monday October 29, 2018 10:45am - 11:45am SAST
WSS105 Wits Science Stadium, First Floor