Investigative Journalism

ICIR awards first batch of grants to curb human rights violations

THE International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) has announced the first set of successful grantees for its human rights project which...

Borodin, Russian investigative journalist, dies in mysterious circumstances

    Russian investigative journalist, Maksim Borodin of Yekaterinburg, has died of injuries sustained on April 12 when he fell from...
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ICIR’s specialised training for journalists

The International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) is inviting applications from journalists for training/capacity building in the specialized areas...

Adenuga, Lukman, Diezani… Olojede lists the powerful Nigerians who killed NEXT

Pervasive corruption and the attitude of Nigerians who are not shocked by scandals make it difficult for investigative journalism...
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ICIR Invites Entries For Investigative Journalism Training

ICIR is partnering with the Public and Private Development Centre, PPDC, in this project which is aimed at equipping Nigerian journalists with the know-how to better scrutinise and report budgetary and procurement issues, in order to create more transparency and accountability in the public sector.

MacArthur Foundation Gives Media Grants To Support Anti-Corruption In  Nigeria

The International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, is one of the 9 media organisations that will receive a total of $5 million dollars from the MacArthur Foundation to strengthen their capacity to advance transparency and anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria.
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