Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ)
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2005 Amman Jordan
Founded as the first media organization in the region dedicated to promoting investigative journalism in Arab newsrooms. Was the initiative of several leading Arab journalists, editors, media activists and professionals who came together with a like-minded group of Danes driven by commitment to professional in-depth reporting for the benefit of local communities. They held several meetings in Copenhagen (Denmark), Damascus (Syrian AR), Beirut (Lebanon) and Amman (Jordan).
Enhance excellence in investigative journalism, which is essential in a free society and remains key to ensure transparency, accountability and a diversity of views and opinions based on documented facts, research and multiple sources.
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