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Investigative Reporters and Editors is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of journalism. We educate, empower and connect journalists across the globe, so we can live in a better, more informed world.

2021 Philip Meyer Award entries

IRE is accepting entries for the 2021 Philip Meyer Journalism Award now through Nov. 12, 2021. Three awards are given annually — a first, second and third place — to recognize the best work using techniques that are part of precision journalism, computer-assisted reporting and social science research.
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IRE’s first symposium on diversity and inclusion is going online Oct. 21-22, allowing members to join safely from their hometowns around the world as the pandemic continues.
The symposium will include a mix of panels, small-group conversations, networking and master classes. 
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Anzio Williams of NBCUniversal Local to give keynote address at IRE’s first DBEI Symposium
Anzio Williams, a broadcasting veteran who now oversees diversity efforts for NBCUniversal Local, will deliver the keynote address of IRE’s first symposium focused on equity in newsrooms and coverage.
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