Nelly Bassily | December 15, 2013
The Forum for African Investigative Journalists, or FAIR, has produced an Investigative Journalism Manual. It is filled with strategies, tactics, techniques and methodologies that will enable you to dig deeper, unearth more truth, and expose injustice where possible.
The chapters have been written and edited on the basis of case studies and contributions sent in by FAIR journalists. The introduction covers the situation of investigative reporting in Africa. There are chapters on investigative reporting, generating story ideas and planning your investigation. The manual also covers research, interviewing and how to tell the story.
The manual is available to download in English, French and Portuguese through this link: http://www.fairreporters.org/?IJ_manuals