Tips on how to find sources
Lkhagva Erdene told us how he finds his sources. Watch the video to know where the Mongolian journalists looks for his contact persons and what he thinks about anonymous sources. Find out more about sources in Chapter 3. In Chapter 6 you get information on how to protect your sources. Follow the journalists on Twitter: […]
Lkhagva Erdene’s recommendations for Mongolian journalists
Listen what Lkhagva Erdene has to say to Mongolian journalists. Follow the journalists on Twitter: @Lkhagva
Be critical of whistleblowers and leaks
We talked with Kunda Dixit, Editor and Publisher of Nepali Times, about how to find an investigative story and how to deal with leaks or whistleblowers. Check out Chapter 6 for more information on whistleblowers. Follow the journalist on Twitter: @kundadixit
The essential character traits of investigative journalists
We talked with Kunda Dixit, Editor and Publisher of Nepali Times, about investigative journalism and which character traits are essential for an investigative journalist. What to know more about the difference between investigative journalists and other journalist? Check out chapter 1 for more information. Follow the journalist on Twitter: @kundadixit
Citra Prastuti recommendations for an investigative radio feature
Citra Prastuti, Chief Editor from KBR, told us her recommendations on how to structure an investigative story for a radio feature. Listen how she keeps the attention of her listeners. Here you find more tips on how to write and structure a story after having gathered all information. Want to know more about Citra Prastuti? […]
How to ask questions for a radio feature
Citra Prastuti, Chief Editor from KBR, told us how asking questions differs for a radio feature and how she convinces her sources to go on record. Find out more about on/off record and asking questions in our manual. Want to know more about Citra Prastuti? Follow her on Twitter: @citradp Here are some of her stories […]
Safety during undercover investigations
Naziha Syed Ali explains how she stays safe during undercover investigation. Find out more about safety in Chapter 4 and in Chapter 6.
Illegal organ transplantation in Pakistan
Naziha Syed Ali from “The Dawn” went undercover with her colleague to investigate illegal organ transplantation in Pakistan. In the video she explains the reason to go undercover and what she discovered. The story was originally published in the Dawn. To read it click here.
Recommendations for undercover investigations
We talked with Naziha Syed Ali from “The Dawn” about her recommendations for journalists who consider going undercover and what her ethical limits for an undercover investigation are.
The Mysterious Sales of Mongolia’s Erdenet Mine
I think behind every good investigation or story lays a plain sense of outrage journalist feels. This was no different. When the Mongolian Prime Minister Saikhanbileg Chimed announced the sale of the mine I felt dumbfounded as a journalist, ignored as a citizen. Erdenet mine is 51 percent owned by the state. Mongolian constitution states Mongolian […]