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11th Annual ARIJ Opens in Jordan End of November

ARIJ – Amman Amman, Nov 1, 2018 – The 11th Annual Forum for Arab investigative reporters will convene at Jordan’s Dead Sea for three days starting Nov. 30 to explore how ever-changing technology and digital tools can enhance journalism research and reporting, the keys to hard-hitting “accountability reporting”. The forum, …

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The Hostwriter Ambassadors Summit conclude by emphasizing the strengthening of cross-border journalism

SIRAJ – In the presence of 28 professional and investigative journalists from around the world, the summit of the HostwriterAmbassadors in Warsaw, Poland,  27th to 28th September, discussed the promotion of cross-border journalism and investigations in order to consolidate this type of journalism and cooperate with the journalists who have experience in this …

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An Investigative story by “SIRAJ” on the Shortlist of the “Cancer World Journalism Award”

SIRAJ: An Investigative story By SIRAJ (SYRIAN INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING FOR ACCOUNTABILITY JOURNALISM) has reached the Shortlistfor the “Cancer World Journalism Award”, to be held this year in Vienna, Austria, at the 7th European Cancer Conference September 2018. The award is organized by the European School of Oncology (ESO) and highlights …

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“Eviction Notices in Idleb”

As a Means to Punish Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham’s Opponents in Idlib Suha al-Ali -Idlib  To divorce her husband in absentia or to waive her house, were the only two solutions for a Syrian lady to get out of the labyrinth she was put in. Mariam A., 39, used to live in …

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Unpaid teachers

By: Musab al-Shehab Urfa, Turkey, Jan, 2016, (Al-Arabi al-Jadid) –When he taught at the informal Ghiytah Mater school, funded by volunteers in the Turkish city of Urfa, his monthly salary did not exceed $30. However, Osama’s salary increased six fold to $225 at Al-Ikha School., though only for a while. “I …

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False contracts for Syrian workers in Turkey

Ahmed Haj Hamdo Istanbul, Turkey, March 2006, (al-Hayat) – The owner of a Turkish textile factory refused to pay the costs of treatment and compensation for a Syrian refugee worker who was left with permanent disability in his left foot while working at a machine. Ibrahim Al-Ali, 33, who worked …

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Syria’s Fatherless Children

By Nisreen Aladdin and Mukhtar al-Ibrahim Damascus, Syria, (Al-Hayat) – Damascus: Reported This investigation began during a bus ride from Damascus to it’s suburbs on Nov. 12, 2015. The reporter accidentally stumbled on the problem of unregistered children in Syria. Born during the ongoing war, these children were separated from …

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