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The Spadestik Conference has become a fixture in the Danish media world. And rightly so, time after time, it manages to attract interesting and thought-provoking speakers and celebrating the strongest productions from the country's local and regional media.
News - IRE Awards 2012 announced
COLUMBIA, MO - Investigations that spanned borders and oceans are among the work honored in the 2012 Investigative Reporters & Editors Awards that were announced on April 10.
BRUSSELS - On Wednesday 10 April, MEPs Monica Macovei and Bart Staes will host a conference entitled "Follow the money across borders" at the European Parliament on 10th April 2013, from 12:30 to 15:00, in Room JAN 6Q1.
Event - GRÄV 2013 (Göteborg)
The Swedish Organisation of Investigative Journalists, föreningen grävende journalister or Gräv, will have its annual conference on 8 and 9 March in Göteborg.
In the past decades a community of investigative journalists has evolved. Today there are lively and regular contacts on regional, national, European and global level. Journalists unite to share methods, develop the journalistic craft and, not in the least, network for research.
In the view of Journalismfund.eu there is no final definition of investigative journalism. On the contrary – it should be a vivid process to strive for investigative journalism and any definition must be scrutinised over and over in an ongoing debate among journalists. However we would like to contribute to this debate by adding some crucial points from several parts of the world.