The Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC) is the world’s largest international gathering of investigative and data journalists. The conferences have trained over 8,000 reporters and resulted in the founding of investigative teams, nonprofit newsrooms, and headline-making stories around the world.
On Tuesday, November 2, the Dart Center's Bruce Shapiro and Elana Newman will lead a panel titled: Dealing with Burnout & Stress. (Session Start Time: 12.45pm EST).
To attend the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, you must be a professional journalist, journalism student, or an employee of a nonprofit, NGO, or educational organization, or its equivalent, that actively works in support of investigative reporting and related data journalism.
Non-journalists must request approval to attend by contacting [email protected].
Early bird tickets were on sale for US$100 until September 20. General registration is US$125 until October 25. Students may attend for US$50.
Cancellation requests must be sent via email to [email protected]. Until October 25 cancellations are fully refundable except for the Eventbrite processing fees.