2023 Global Investigative Journalism Conference

19-22 September 2023, Gothenburg, Sweden

Registration

Registration

Program

Program

Getting Around

Getting Around

Fellowships

Fellowships

Awards

Awards

FAQs

FAQs

Hotels

Hotels

News

News

FAQs

Speakers

The Last Global Conference (#GIJC21) in Numbers

Attendees from a record 144 countries

Fellowships to journalists from 99 developing and transitioning countries

Networking sessions in 9 languages attended by 700 people

Percentage of survey respondents who ranked the conference as “extremely useful” or “very useful”

The Global Conference — In Attendees’ Own Words

A brilliant opportunity to learn more about work of our colleagues from different countries, learn about best practices, tools and techniques. It is the most useful conference that I attend in many years because I was able to use some new knowledge immediately in my work. Thank you!

Vyacheslav Abramov

Vlast.kz(Kazakhstan)

The conference has enabled me to feel again very deeply how important it is to do journalism. At times I was very emotionally influenced. The conference reminded me that I need to work harder and do more. Thank you for all.

Pinar Dag

Data Journalism Turkey (Turkey)

GIJC was to me the biggest assembly of troublemakers anywhere in the world. What an explosive conference -– it allowed for true fraternity among investigative journalists, ideas sharing, networking, collaboration, learning and capacity building. I’m eternally grateful to the organizers. I’m fired up and inspired to do more investigative reporting.

Yekeen Akinwale

International Centre for Investigative Reporting (Nigeria)

The conference was simply amazing. You did an incredible job in bringing together, training and empowering hundreds of journalists with different backgrounds. It provided a tremendous opportunity in learning skills, debating hot issues or simply networking.

Nikolas Leontopoulos

Reporters United (Greece)

I feel extremely privileged to have attended these sessions. What I could not learn in ten years
of my professional life, this conference taught me much more than that. For a journalist from a
developing country, such conferences are a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Sharad Vyas

Deputy Editor, The Hindu (India)

Co-hosts

GIJN
Fojo Media Institute
Föreningen Grävande Journalister

Sponsors

Humanity United
Open Society Foundations
The Reva & David Logan Foundation
Göteborgs-Posten/Stampen
SKUP
MacArthur Foundation
Västra Götaland County
Journalistfonden Sweden
Porticus
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung - Asia
Schibsted
BBC World Investigations
Dart Center
Interlink Academy
Journalismfund.eu
MRDI (Bangladesh)
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Craig Newmark Philanthropies
GFMD (Global Forum for Media Development)
Forbidden Stories
Norway Center for Investigative Journalism (SUJO)
SVT
Pulitzer Center
ARIJ
Gota Media
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung
GRID-Arendal
Lighthouse Reports
Zamaneh Radio