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6th Global Investigative Journalism Conference
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Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information reiterated UNESCO's full support of strengthening investigative journalism throughout the world which crucially contributes to freedom of expression and freedom of information. He presented newly developed UNESCO publication “Global Investigative casebook” and stated that “this casebook will complement the training manual by providing a valuable resource for journalists and media professionals, as well as for journalism trainers and educators. It will also be used by UNESCO field offices to conduct journalism training on investigative reporting”.

Place/country: UNESCO HQ,
Type: Speech.Round table
Duration: 00:02:50
Credits: Janis Karklins (speaker) UNESCO TV (publisher)
Published in:2012

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