Tunisia: Investigative Journalism Handbook Launched

Tunis/Tunisia — The Article 19 MENA Office in Tunis on Wednesday launched an investigative journalism handbook, in partnership with the Institute of Press and Information Science (IPSI) and as part of SAIFE - Support to Access to Information and Freedom of Expression in Tunisia project.

The handbook's content centres on investigative journalism, the standards of quality journalism and the legal framework for the practice of this journalistic genre.

This project follows a set of academic activities focusing on investigative journalism, Article 19 MENA Region Office director Saloua Ghazouani said at a one-day workshop held at the IPSI seat.

Article 19 had initiated in partnership with IPSI as part of SAIFE project, a training academy on investigative journalism and the right of access to information for a group of young journalists and students studying for a master's degree in investigative journalism, she specified.

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