Tag Archives: East Africa

East Africa Conference: Going beyond the veil of secrecy using public data

Investigative journalism distinguishes itself from regular journalism by its depth and by a rigorous research process that never merely describes issues or events, but seeks to better serve the public by getting answers to the key questions of ‘why?’ and ‘how?’ Continue reading East Africa Conference: Going beyond the veil of secrecy using public data

Call for conference papers: War on Terror in East Africa

The political, social and economic environment in East Africa presents specific challenges for investigative journalists. With increasing security issues in the region, it is becoming more difficult for credible and professional media to provide a much-needed voice against corruption, injustice, and bad governance. Continue reading Call for conference papers: War on Terror in East Africa