Journalism academics can submit their papers to be presented at this conference.
The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, co-hosted by the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), Netzwerk Recherche (NR) and the Interlink Academy for International Dialog and Journalism, will take place Sept. 26 to 29 in Hamburg, Germany.
The event will feature an academic track highlighting trends, challenges, teaching methodologies and best practices in investigative journalism.
Topics of research papers will be considered but not limited to trends in investigative reporting; trends in computer-assisted reporting and data journalism; challenges in doing investigative reporting depending on country or culture; successful methods of teaching investigative, computer-assisted and data journalism; and adapting investigative journalism to new technologies
If the abstract is accepted, the paper’s length is limited to 15 pages (excluding references, tables and appendices). Papers must follow APA style and be written in English.
The deadline is April 8.