Now more than 50 investigative journalism networks worldwide

Finally some good news about the future of investigative journalism, from the US-based International Journalists’ Network.

It reports that the internet has facilitated a burgeoning number of not-for-profit international groups set up to carry out investigative journalism. They group together reporters who can be working all over the world to collaborate on different projects.

More than 50 of these international investigative journalism networks are now in existence, and more than half of these have been created since 2000 – the CIJ reports.

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