The Global Investigative Journalism Network serves as the global hub for the world’s investigative journalists. Its membership is made up of more than 200 nonprofit organizations in 89 countries that work to strengthen and support investigative and data journalists — with special attention to those from repressive regimes and marginalized communities. Among our members are nonprofit newsrooms, online startups, training institutes, academic centers, and media development agencies.
At the core of GIJN’s mission is building the capacity and strengthening the infrastructure that support quality investigative journalism. But as a small nonprofit, we can’t do this alone. GIJN Advisory Services, in particular, would not be possible without our partners. GIJN would like to thank them for their support in providing much needed services and expertise to journalists all over the world.
The ACOS Alliance (A Culture Of Safety Alliance) is a coalition of news organizations, freelance journalist associations, and press freedom NGOs working together to champion safe and responsible journalistic practices for freelance and local journalists worldwide.
The Vance Center advances global justice by engaging lawyers across borders to support civil society and an ethically active legal profession.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is a resource center and global network of journalists, journalism educators, and health professionals dedicated to improving media coverage of trauma, conflict, and tragedy. It is a project of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.
For eight decades, the Foundation’s mission has sought to reduce poverty and injustice, strengthen democratic values, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement.
MDIF is a nonprofit investment fund for independent media, providing financing and advisory services in countries where access to free and independent media is under threat.