The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) is composed of nonprofit investigative journalism organizations worldwide. It was created in 2003. Since then it has grown to more than 90 member organizations in 44 countries.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network produces stories, conducts training, provides resources, and encourages the creation of similar nonprofit groups.
The GIJN has an online resource centre that covers a wide range of topics, from Data Journalism to Investigative Journalism Manuals. Click here to access the Resource Centre.
One section within the Resource Centre targets “Covering the Extractive Industries. This section contains new tools to obtain and verify information on the Extractive Industry.
Resources under this section include the publication “Covering the Extractives Industries: Big Data, New Tools, and Journalism” (March 5, 2014).