I september arrangerar FGJ konferensen GIJC23 i Göteborg tillsammans med GIJN och FOJO. Nu är det dags att nominera till Global Shining award!
DEADLINE: Feb 28, 2023, 11:59 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5).
The Global Shining Light Award honors outstanding investigative journalism in a developing or transitioning country, done under threat, duress, or in the direst of conditions. The award is presented by the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) every two years.
The journalist, journalism team, or media outlet will have produced independent, investigative reporting, which:
+ Originated in and affected a developing or transitioning country;
+ Was broadcast or published between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2022;
+ Was of an investigative nature;
+ Uncovered an issue, wrongdoing, or system of corruption which gravely affected the common good;
+ And did so in the face of arrest, imprisonment, violence against them and their families, or threats and intimidation.
- Small and Medium Outlets (organizations with staff of 20 or less, including freelancers)
- Large Outlets (organizations with more than 20 staff)
Submission deadline is Feb 28, 2023, 11:59 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5). Submissions after this will not be considered.
An international panel of judges, consisting of investigative journalism experts, will decide on the winner. The judges, in their discretion, may select more than one winner to recognize outstanding work.
Winners will receive an honorary plaque, US$2,500, and a trip to the 2023 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, to accept the award in front of hundreds of their colleagues from around the world.
Click the button below and fill in the form to submit your entry.
If submissions are in languages other than English, you must provide a detailed English-language summary of a print or online story, or an English-language transcript of a broadcast script. Due to the high volume of applications, we ask that you send us online links to your work samples. If your sample is not available as a public link, you can easily upload your document to a platform such as Google Drive or Dropbox, and share the link with firstname.lastname@example.org. If you run into any problems, send us an email.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) serves as the global hub for the world’s investigative journalists. GIJN holds conferences, conducts training, publishes latest investigative tools and techniques in a dozen languages daily, provides resources and consulting, and encourages the creation of similar nonprofit journalism groups. It was founded in 2003 when more than 300 journalists from around the world gathered for the second Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Copenhagen. Since then it has grown to 244 member organizations in 90 countries.