From December 6 to 9, 2016, the Media Initiatives Center (formerly Internews Media Support NGO) held the Tvapatum Investigation: Media Against Corruption three-day journalism conference. Recognized experts in investigative journalism from ten countries presented their experiences. The main goal of the conference was to foster investigative journalism in Armenia by offering a collaborative platform for discussions, presentations and workshops on different countries and experts experiences of reporting on corruption and human rights.
The handbook On a Trajectory of Revelations collects in one place the topics presented by the speakers at the conference to make them more accessible for a wider audience of journalists. The authors of the twelve articles are from different countries: Lithuania, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Moldova, Turkey, Georgia, Russia, the US. and the UK. They write about both their professional experience and journalistic revelations, and the situation in their country and the importance and impact of cross-border collaboration.
The authors present the current trends, platforms and tools of investigative journalism, and discuss its opportunities and challenges, obstacles and pressure.
On a Trajectory of Revelations complements the Media Initiatives Center’s professional library and is designed for journalists, media experts, journalism students, and different civil society groups. designed for journalists, media experts, journalism students, and different civil society groups.