After a tough year for press freedom worldwide, five journalists working across the globe share their hopes for journalism in 2016 and beyond.
After spending 12 years at one of Peru's top newspapers, Oscar Castilla decided to launch Ojo Público, an online publication. Since its founding, Ojo Público has seen noteworthy success.
What can journalists do to fight corruption and ensure that action is taken? ICFJ Knight Fellow Catherine Gicheru explains.
IJNet rounds up the best tools, resources and databases for investigative reporters to use in 2016.
ANCIR exposes Coca-Cola's "hidden formula for avoiding taxes," Fellow Catherine Gicheru wins the National Integrity Award and more from the Knight Fellows in this week's roundup.
Investigative journalist Sandra Rodríguez Nieto discusses the challenges she faced in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, the setting of her latest book.
While financial pressures endanger investigative reporting, the African Investigative Journalism Conference helps to strengthen the field across the continent.
Amid the COP21 Climate Conference in Paris, science journalist John Upton discussed how journalists can hone their environmental investigative reporting skills.
A new data journalism training program in Africa, tracking government spending in Chile and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Five young Mexican journalists spent a year sifting through thousands of public officials' expense reports. James Breiner explains how they discovered gross misuse of taxpayer dollars.
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