Resources

Access to Information: http://fairreporters.net/resources/access-to-information/

Investigative Journalism Manual: http://fairreporters.net/resources/ij-manuals/

Find a journalist: http://fairreporters.net/resources/find-a-journalist/

Tipsheets:

Story based enquiry: A handy investigations manual by Mark Hunter, in English, French and Chinese.

Research and Investigation: Good research depends on good questions. But it needs a lot more than that: patience, perseverance, flexibility — and the ability to work at speed

Rules for generating a story: Make a list of areas of concern you would like to investigate. What do you see when you look at the list? Could we say that investigative journalism is value-driven?

Trauma support: http://fairreporters.net/resources/trauma-support-advice/

Legal support: http://fairreporters.net/resources/legal-support/

FAIR Listserve: http://fairreporters.net/resources/networking-and-listserve/

Ten quick tips for investigative reporting: http://fairreporters.net/resources/ten-quick-tips-for-investigative-reporting/

 

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