Stories plotting the geometry of bribery, determining the currency of influence, documenting the paper trail, dealing with threats and retaliation and knowing the obstacles within - just some of the tips for understanding the power of corruption.
A non-profit organization in India is on a mission to fight corruption in the country through a new website called “I Paid a Bribe.” The site allows users to anonymously distinguish whether they paid, accepted or declined a bribe in various sectors of society.
Journalists from across the Arab world can benefit from a new guide on Computer-Assisted Reporting (CAR) in Arabic. Released by the Jordan-based Arab reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ), the guide aims to improve newsrooms in the Arab world.
A guide to basic methods and techniques in investigative reporting has been launched in Chinese. The "Story-Based Inquiry: A manual for investigative journalists" was launched by UNESCO and the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University of China.