Undeterred by a challenging media environment, Saleck Zeid challenges the notion that investigative reporters don't exist in Mauritania.
La Vida de Nos and El Pitazo came together to produce short videos to tell the storyof six young people killed during the protests against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro last year.
Japan is ranked 72 in the world for press freedom and produces very few investigations. The Waseda Chronicle's success raises new hopes for investigative journalism in the country.
By taking a more scientific approach to investigative reporting, Nigerian journalist Hannah Ojo uncovered widespread contamination in Nigeria's sachet water — and helped improve this water's safety for the public.
Indonesia's Tempo Media Group used lessons learned from its fake Ph.D. investigation to become a digitally oriented newsroom.
The Star newspaper's scrappy reporting team shows how a fresh product can build a new audience for old media.
Despite a safe media environment and rampant corruption, Jamaica lacks a robust press to adequately cover the news. A new pilot program is trying to change this.
With surveillance of journalists on the rise virtually everywhere, protect yourself and your sources with these tips.
In the latest example of how cross-border collaborations can produce innovative journalism, a recent project reveals the abuses behind the production of some of the world's biggest crops.
At the 12th Congress of Investigative Journalism in São Paulo, media professionals from Blendle, Vox.com and more discussed how new technologies inform their work in journalism.
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