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Apply for a Two-Day Course in Investigative Journalism for Community Journalists

We’re delighted to be helping to organise a two-day free workshop for community journalists in investigative journalism, run by the Centre for Investigative Journalism and hosted by Griffith College.

The course will run on Wednesday 24 May and Thursday 25 May. Training will cover skills for data journalism, navigating freedom of information law, investigating companies and more.

Please note: places will be prioritised for those working directly in independent community-focused journalism.

If you are interested in attending, please fill out the application form below. The Centre for Investigative Journalism will select participants.

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Sam Tranum

Sam Tranum is deputy editor of Dublin Inquirer. He's been a newspaper reporter, a newspaper editor, an assistant professor of journalism, an author and a book editor, among other things. You can follow him @samtranum.



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