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Impact Round-up: May

OpenCorporates is used by investigators, NGOs, and researchers every day to study and fight corruption, money laundering and organised crime. Every month, we’ll share links to show you the work people are doing with our data. 186 more words


Directions to the Madhouse

I’m plotting the logistics of my project in southern Philippines. In this next trip, I’ll have the time to fully dedicate myself to investigating the human rights violations and corruption of the Philippine government and military. 373 more words


Court says Minister's diary must be made public

A reporter’s battle to see the diary of former Health Secretary Andrew Lansley went all the way to the Court of Appeal – which ordered the government to reveal nearly all of it. 36 more words

Human Rights

Tool maps media freedom threats, including in UK

An online tool launched in June 2017 charts attacks on press freedom, across the European Union and associated countries. They include a cyber attack on an investigative website in Leicester, and a ban on local media attending Swindon Town Football Club press conferences. Find it here.

Human Rights

Jihad, Choices, and Fearless Journalism

Book review: I Was Told to Come Alone, by Souad Mekhennet

Sometimes a reporter is simply lucky enough to pick the right restaurant for tea. 1,157 more words


Want a “news-style soft article”? That’ll be $15. Or splurge and discredit a journalist for $55,000

By LAURA HAZARD OWEN , Source : niemanlab

“新闻软文,” or “News-style soft article.” Want to discredit a journalist? That’ll be $55,000. 100,000 real people’s signatures on a Change.org petition? 657 more words

Lead Line

We should all be Wisconsinites

It seems that the “Wisconsin Idea” involves tough, fact-based journalism. At least that’s the conclusion we came to when we read that a partnership between the… 61 more words