The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is the national voice of Canadian journalists. It is committed to protecting the public’s right to know and dedicated to promoting excellence in journalism from the university classroom to the national stage.
Caucasus Media Investigations Center (CMIC) was founded in Azerbaijan on May, 2005 to help the development of media, to serve for proficiency of journalists, to support in-depth media investigations, to support media freedom in Azerbaijan and in the whole world, to make contribution to achieve development of using new online media tools, to support active citizenship, civic society, to contribute for building democratic society, increased government accountability and transparency, to develop citizen journalism and to strengthen role of new media in Southern Caucasus countries.
SCOOP-Macedonia is nongovernmental and non-profitable organization aimed to promote, support and stimulate investigative journalism. The purpose of the organization is to support the journalists in their everyday work, with financial or professional help, needed for development of investigative journalism in the country, region, but also globally.
The Center for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) in Nepal was established under the umbrella of non-profit Himal association. In its initial years, CIJ concentrated on producing good investigations through a mentoring system. Later, the CIJ developed as a training centre, helping develop a strong team of journalists all over the country.
Center for Investigative Reporting in Pakistan is an independent not-for-profit organization. Registered under Trust Act, the Center is the first of its kind in Pakistan and promises a radical change on the map of journalism. Website: http://www.cirp.pk
The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) believes journalism that moves citizens to action is an essential pillar of democracy. Since 1977, CIR has relentlessly pursued and revealed injustices that otherwise would remain hidden from the public eye. Today, they’re upholding this legacy and looking forward, working at the forefront of journalistic innovation to produce important stories that make a difference and engage the audience.
The Center for Public Integrity was founded in 1989 by Charles Lewis. It’s one of the country’s oldest and largest nonpartisan, nonprofit investigative news organizations. Its mission: To enhance democracy by revealing abuses of power, corruption and betrayal of trust by powerful public and private institutions, using the tools of investigative journalism.
Founded in 2011, the mission of the Centre for Investigative Journalism is the practice and promotion of investigative in Slovenia, a Balkan country of two million. The CPNS aims to boost the education and training of journalists, to publish investigative stories, and to support cross-border collaboration. The CPNS staff is best known for their groundbreaking trilogy — based on declassified records — of what happened to the vast trove of arms left by the breakup of Yugoslav military.
The Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) is a charity that champions critical, in-depth reporting and the defence of the public interest. It came into being in 2003 to address a deepening crisis in investigative reporting. The primary mission of the CIJ is to provide a centre of excellence in the training of professional journalists, to ensure that high professional standards in investigative reporting are raised and maintained.
The Centro de Investigación de la Comunicación (CINCO) is a research center specializing in democracy, media studies, and investigative journalism. CINCO works closely with the TV magazine “Esta Semana” and the digital newspaper Confidencial (www.confidencial.com.ni) to promote professional training for investigative journalism. Confidencial and “Esta Semana” have become references of quality journalism in Nicaragua and Central America.
The Centro de Periodismo Investigativo (CPIPR) is a non-profit organization that promotes investigative journalism in Puerto Rico. Founded in 2007, it was the first non-profit group wholly dedicated to investigative journalism in the Caribbean. The CPIPR has done award-winning investigations, works for freedom of information in Puerto Rico, and trains young journalists. Also, the Center has an active legal program in which it uses the law to fight for documents and information access
CONNECTAS is a non-profit journalism project that promotes the production, sharing, training, and dissemination of information with a transnational perspective on key issues for development in the Americas. CONNECTAS aims to create alliances with journalism and media organizations, and operating as a logistical hub that provides technical and professional support, facilitates training programs, and does fundraising for activities related to its mission.
With more than 100 members in Colombia, CdR is the first organization to promote investigative journalism in its country. The work started in 2007 with training activities and now it has widen to several areas such as the creation of a database with more than 2 million data, a digital media study, the annual congress on investigative journalism, publications and more.
The Crimean Center for Investigative Reporting conducts journalistic investigations and publishes them at its website investigator.org.ua, produces “National Security Issue” TV Program, as well as organizes trainings on investigative reporting for journalists coming from Crimea, Ukraine, and Belarus.
The Czech Centre for Investigative Journalism (České centrum pro investigativní žurnalistiku); www.investigace.cz was founded in 2013 by group of Czech journalists and has as its mission to take part and promote cross-border investigative journalism projects, train investigative journalists, and address the need of local journalism to follow new media trends and standards.