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Exposing The Invisible

A project that fosters collaboration, knowledge sharing and skills building among the investigative community.
The digital age has profoundly transformed the way people find and share information. The digital age enables collaboration between researchers, journalists and citizen investigators on an unprecedented scale. It also encourages citizens to learn the tools of investigation to better understand the world around them. This has led to previously unimaginable possibilities in investigative reporting. People are newly empowered to uncover hidden information, expose corruption and bring the truth to light.
Through a series of short films, video interviews, guides and resources, Exposing the Invisible looks at different techniques, tools and methods along with the individual practices of those working at the new frontiers of investigation. This content is regularly developed alongside researchers, activists, journalists, developers and artists who are working in the field of investigation.
Media actors - journalists, researchers, and investigators - access, contribute to and adapt the Exposing the Invisible resources to develop their investigation and strengthen their reporting skill sets on effective and responsible investigation methods and techniques.

Assets, resources and materials you can discover, use and adapt:

  • The Exposing the Invisible- The Kit
  • Articles and databases
  • Films and video explainers
  • Podcasts with experts in investigation
  • Guides on investigative methods and tools
  • Podcasts with experts in investigation
  • Workshop outlines for facilitators interested in hosting their own training sessions

Exposing the Invisible is interesting for:

  • Journalists, Researchers, investigators and evidence seekers
  • Civil society organisations and rights groups
  • Experts & decision-makers
  • Other organisations or individuals interested in building and expand their investigative skills