Jun 1 2011 - Jun 3 2011

The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) is organising a three day course on Reporting on Corruption, designed to assist journalists to develop a solid framework from which to investigate and report what organisers describe as the complex and tricky field of corruption in South Africa. The programme will introduce participants to the conceptual issues and debates informing current frameworks for analysing corruption and anti-corruption. The course is also designed to be very practical with an emphasis throughout on pointing journalists to the most useful and relevant sources and contacts. It is also intended to help journalists to generate story ideas on both corruption and anti-corruption, and to encourage them to consider different angles for their stories.

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The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism invites practising journalists to participate in this training. For more information, contact the organisers below.