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Arab Investigative Reporters: Life On The Edge

01 Dec. 2018 | Story

Op-ed by executive director of ARIJ, Rana Sabbaggh, prior to the 11th Annual Forum.

ARIJ Forum to show how technology can serve journalism

19 Nov. 2018 | Story

"This Forum is an opportunity to network, ponder, brainstorm, and share," says chair of the ARIJ Board of Directors. The 11th Annual Forum of award-winning Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism is taking place in less than two weeks.

Philippine news site Rappler recognized as 2018 Free Media Pioneer

23 May. 2018 | Story

Founder says award ‘bolsters our courage and reinforces our hope’ The Philippines-based news website Rappler is the recipient of the 2018 Free Media Pioneer award in recognition of the site’s innovative approach to journalism and audience engagement as well as its determination to hold authorities accountable despite aggressive attacks on its operations. The annual Free...

Angola’s Rafael Marques named 70th IPI-IMS Press Freedom Hero

22 May. 2018 | Story

Anti-corruption journalist has braved decades of government harassment Journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, who has braved decades of harassment and prosecution to expose corruption and human rights abuses in his native Angola, has been named the International Press Institute (IPI)’s 70th World Press Freedom Hero. IPI’s World Press Freedom Hero award honours journalists who have...

Syrian journalists go in-depth

10 Apr. 2018 | Story

An investigative project gathered 15 Syrian journalists for training in in-depth reporting tools and provided coaching on how to carry out investigative journalistic projects in the war-torn country

Johansen & Højberg: Why F:ACT Matters

21 Mar. 2018 | Story

10 films compete to win the F:ACT Award on CPH:DOX 2018. The award is an acknowledgement of the importance of films uniting the best from the journalistic toolbox with the visual power of documentary films.

Safety and facts – IMS at CPH:DOX 2018

09 Mar. 2018 | Story

IMS is actively supporting this year’s CPH:DOX – the world’s second biggest documentary film festival – with a main focus on safety for documentarists and as sponsors of the F:ACT Award. The festival takes place between 15-25 March 2018

IMS to present this year’s documentary F:ACT Award at CPH:DOX

16 Feb. 2018 | Story

On 23 March, IMS and the Danish Union of Journalists will be presenting this year's F:ACT Award at the renowned international documentary film festival CPH:DOX in Copenhagen. Here are the nominees.

Innovative Tunisian media holds authorities to account

04 Dec. 2017 | Story

The Tunisian NGO Al Khatt and its online media Inkyfada are showing the way for press freedom and independent, investigative reporting in a country that still struggles to uphold the gains post-Ben Ali.

When fake news and fake everything takes over

01 Dec. 2017 | Story

“While journalists in many parts of the world are investigating massive push backs, there is little echo of that here in the Arab world,” writes the director of the Amman-based Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism.

The world needs investigative reporting

30 Nov. 2017 | Story

The Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg is over. IMS' programme manager Henrik Keith Hansen shares his reflections from the world’s biggest conference on investigative reporting,

Investigative journalism grows in Arab world despite the odds

29 Nov. 2017 | Story

Amman, Nov. 28 – The 10th Annual Forum for Arab investigative reporters opening at Jordan’s Dead Sea on Friday, 1 December has attracted more than 400 participants from the region and beyond. IMS to launch a new initiative at the conference in support of hard-pressed Yemini journalists.

Johnston to Keynote ARIJ’s 10th Arab Investigative Journalism Forum

10 Oct. 2017 | Story

First keynote speaker announced for the upcoming Annual Forum for Arab Investigative Journalism in Jordan: David Cay Johnston, award-winning journalist and author of “The Making of Donald Trump”, will be the keynote speaker at

Blog: Azerbaijan #Laundromat: Time to hold Azerbaijan accountable

07 Sep. 2017 | Story

Azerbaijani authorities have been quick to respond to the #Laundromat investigation - but not by launching an investigation into the money-laundering allegations. Instead authorities have blocked #Laundromat websites.

The Economic Map of Ghouta: Tunnels and ‘the Prince of Cheese’

24 Jul. 2017 | Story

Investigative story from Syrian Independent Media Group: The tunnels between Eastern Ghouta, held by the Syrian opposition, and remaining opposition-held areas in Damascus are a big business opportunity for those who control the movement of goods