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#Tip of the day for journalists: Investigative journalism research

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”.

See the casebook here.

If you have a tip you would like to submit to us at Journalism.co.uk email us using this link.

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‘Governments at war are winning the battle of controlling the international media’ – motion debated at Frontline Club now

From the Frontline Club, live now:

“To mark World Press Freedom Day, we’ll be debating the state of press freedom at the Frontline Club this morning. We start at 10am GMT May 1. The debate will cumulate in an audience vote on the motion ‘Governments at war are winning the battle of controlling the international media.’”

Update – Final video below:

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