Train investigative skills: Lee Hunter’s “Story-based Inquiry” for download

GIJC_Conference_Logo-blue-771x252More than 1300 journalists from 87 countries had flocked to Rio de Janeiro for the 8thGlobal Investigative Journalism Conference past weekend. This is the largest international gathering of investigative journalists.

The next conference is scheduled 2015 in Norway. EUSJA board, delegates and members should mark this in their calenders. This would be a perfect timing to report on the EUSJA Investigative Award and, hopefully, some convincing results science journalism.

NOTE: Lee Hunter’s guide Story-based Inquiry has been been funded by UNESCO, translated into various languages and can be downloaded here, for free:

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