New GIJN Planespotting Guide
Tracking aircraft and identifying their owners is increasingly useful in revealing corruption, government spying and military operations. As new technologies emerge, planespotting has never been easier. In this latest addition to our popular Resource Center
, GIJN's Toby McIntosh assembled an in-depth guide on how to track planes worldwide
Exposing Police Violence Against France's Yellow Vests
After weeks of media silence on violent police repression of Yellow Vest protesters in France, journalist David Dufresne shattered the status quo by chronicling nearly 800 injuries caused by authorities, including lost eyes and limbs. Check out the story that just won France's top journalism award.
Revealing a UN Murder Cover-Up
"Radical sharing" among five rival media platforms — SVT, Le Monde, Radio France Internationale, Foreign Policy and Süddeutsche Zeitung — enabled the group to expose a United Nations cover-up of the murders of its own staff.
New Paul Myers Webinar
Good news! GIJN's Webinar with Paul Myers: An Investigative Approach to Online Research will be repeated on Tuesday, June 25 at 10am EDT/4pm CET. (Register here.) We hosted 300 people from 70 countries last month. Sorry to those who tried to join but couldn't due to technical errors. We've worked out the kinks and hope to see you in the second round!
Satellite Imagery for Investigations
Satellite imagery has become an indispensable tool in investigative journalism for figuring out what's happening in hard-to-reach places. In this useful round-up, Geospatial World profiled major stories which satellite images helped uncover.
Tracking Illegal Cryptocurrency
How do you track illegal cryptocurrency transactions? Brenna Smith, a researcher at UC Berkeley’s Human Rights Investigations Lab, has created a tutorial to show you how.