Acting in the public interest, the Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network is the region’s premier journalism organisation devoted to holding governments, corporations and other institutions accountable.
Founded in 2018, CIJN produces groundbreaking storytelling about issues of ultimate importance to the Caribbean, including climate change, human trafficking, transnational drug networks and government corruption—and more.
CIJN, through its parent entity, Media Institute of the Caribbean, has developed a reputation for being the trusted journalism organization devoted to training journalists across the region in how to report and write hard hitting investigations in their home countries.
Our journalism network is renowned for innovation, producing engaging stories for multiple platforms— including podcasts, documentaries, digital, audio and long form print publications. Our affiliated journalists are directed by an award-winning team of senior news executives who have worked across the globe.
CIJN subscribes to the highest standards of editorial independence and belongs to global groups which drive distribution of our work. These groups include The Global Investigative Journalism Network, International Press Institute and Investigative Reporters and Editors, among others.
Our work is supported through donations from individuals, regional foundations and international agencies. CIJN maintains full authority over all editorial content.
CIJN Editorial Team
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