More Female Voices in the Press // The Center for Journalistic Investigations has launched a database of female experts from Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia, and Georgia

The Center for  Investigative Journalism from Moldova (CIJM) launched an interactive database on Tuesday, November 21, featuring contacts of female experts in various fields. The WIJN database includes information and contact details of experts from four countries: the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, and Armenia. This new tool, dedicated to journalists,

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Switzerland joins Austria with funding for the project on supporting agri-producers affected by the socio-economic and energy crisis


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Following the investigations by CIJM, two distributors from UTA Gagauzia have been fined 290,000 lei for broadcasting content from Belarus and Russia


Former prosecutor Ruslan Popov lost the lawsuit filed against the Center for Journalistic Investigations // After almost three years, the application was dropped


Mass Media as a Formal Reflection of Corruption: Warning Indicators in the Second Monitoring Stage


Uncovering investigative journalism "secrets" at CIJM multimedia training


Civil society organizations, the integrity watchdog. Thomas Meyer: "In the Republic of Moldova, progress in the fight against corruption  is really speedy"


Moldova combats the worst forms of child labor


CIJM Invitation // Investigative journalism: documentation, analysis, diversification