7 February 2007 22 people from 11 different countries attended the Investigative Journalism course in July 2007. Topics addressed included starting and then sustaining an investigation, interviewing techniques, using a methodological approach to obtain information, building a case using human and documentary sources, handling sources and collecting information, the role of investigative reporting in democratic, […]

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