ICFJ News, Spring 2013


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Investigative Reporting Network Follows the Money—And Strikes Gold

ICFJ’s Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project tracked the money trail in the suspicious death of Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky. The group's work led to official investigations, criminal proceedings and frozen bank accounts in several European countries. Read more ***

Health Coverage Goes From Second-Rate to Top-Tier in Mozambique

When Mercedes Sayagues began work as a Knight International Journalism Fellow in Mozambique, health news was consigned to the back pages of newspapers. A year later, major publications are featuring in-depth coverage of diseases by her outstanding trainees, such as Salane Muchanga (left). Read more ***

How a Knight Fellow Spread Data Journalism Throughout Argentina

Knight International Journalism Fellow Sandra Crucianelli and the data team at leading newspaper La Nación have spurred newsrooms across the country to routinely produce stories that mine and visualize data. Learn how ***

Pakistani Journalists Highlight Impact of ICFJ Program at Alumni Summit

U.S. and Pakistani journalists gathered in Islamabad in February to share how ICFJ's exchange program has transformed their work, their media organizations and their perceptions of each other's countries. Read more ***

2013 Knight Fellows Will Propel News Innovation in Latin America

From mapping degradation in the Amazon to promoting visual storytelling in Costa Rica, four new Knight International Journalism Fellows will spread a culture of media innovation in Latin America. Read more *** Your support helps us develop programs that expand the flow of reliable news. Make a
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