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A digital handbook designed to help investigative journalists track corruption across borders was introduced November 22 at the European Investigative Journalism Conference in Brussels.

The author of the handbook, Paul Radu, introduced "Follow the Money - A Digital Guide to Tracking Corruption" during a panel discussion at the conference, where European, U.S. and Australian journalists discussed trends in investigative journalism and opportunities for cross-border cooperation. The handbook provides an array of new tools for investigative journalists that will help them give the public a better understanding of regional and global criminal networks.

Radu is training journalists in the Balkans and Eastern Europe to use the online handbook and other investigative methods to uncover corruption as part of his year-long Knight International Journalism Fellowship - a program of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) in Washington, DC.

To access the PDF manual, go to http://www.icfj.org/sites/default/files/Follow_Money.pdf


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Monday, 02 November 2015



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