The Swiss investigative network is an independent organisation promoting the exchange of contacts and competences between the Swiss investigative reporters and their foreign colleagues. The purpose of this non-lucrative network is to facilitate access to datas and resources and promote methods of best practices in investigative reporting.
All journalists holding a press card, free lance or employed in the media, are invited to register on our directory, if they think they are holding a useful competence on one or several given topics.
More information about the network

GIJC 2013, the Program is online!
The Conference starts in 5 weeks (12-15 october 2013). More here
A Swiss investigative reporter house searched
Incident raise concern about the security of datas and sources in Switzerland More here
A New Global Network!
Huge steps have been done to structure and professionalize the Global Investigative Journalism Network More here
More news

A new structure and a permanent Secretariat for the network
The Global investigative network has set up a new structure and a permanent Secretariat, based in Washington. It's role is to assist Conference organisers and provide ressources to colleagues around the world. David Kaplan and his team have done a tremendous work! Have a look.
Get access to official declassified documents in Switzerland with the new transparency Law. How to proceed? Which documents?
THE reference web site in French and in German
More resources

The next Global Conference will be held in Brasil between 12-15th October 2013
Registrations are opened for Rio
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By joining our Swiss network, you allow members of the international network to know your competences and your work. You just have to hold a professional card - preferably Swiss - and to have dealt with any topic in your media, on which you think you have a useful competence.
Registration is free.

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