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Source Year Country Organisation Author
Leave No Trace: The Right to Information and the Duty to Document 2018 Austria, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom Access Info Europe, Think tank for Action on Social Change Access Info Europe, Think tank for Action on Social Change
Final report of the High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation 2018 Global High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation
The Constructive Role of Journalism. Contentious metadiscourse on constructive journalism and solutions journalism 2018 Global Stanford University Aitamurto, J. and Varma, A.
Media Pluralism, Public Trust, and Democracy: New Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean 2018 Caribbean, Latin America Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) Rodríguez, M. and Zechmeister, E.
Appropriating technology for accountability: messages from Making All Voices Count 2018 Global Institute of Development Studies (IDS) McGee, R. et al.
Checking facts and fighting back: Why journalists should defend their profession 2018 United States of America Pingree, R.J. et al.
Final Evaluation Speak Up Zambia 2018 Zambia Free Press Unlimited Concha de la, J.
Media behaviour of young people in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova: Belarusian Analytical Workroom 2018 Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine Free Press Unlimited Vardomatski, A.
Global Teamwork: The Rise Of Collaboration In Investigative Journalism 2018 Global Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Sambrook, R.
Internal Evaluation Indonesia Country Programme 2018 Indonesia Free Press Unlimited
Strengthening Accountability Through Media in Afghanistan 2017 Afghanistan BBC Media Action Godfrey, A.
Investigative Impact: The Role of Investigative Journalism in Fostering Change – and How to Measure It 2017 Global Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN)