Last month UNESCO (United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organisation) launched a Global Casebook of Investigative Journalism, which looks at examples of investigative journalism as well as “the cutting-edge techniques and high standards developed within this network”.
In an announcement UNESCO says the casebook “serves as a key knowledge resource, providing a valuable learning opportunity for journalists and media professionals, as well as for journalism trainers and educators”.
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