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IRE considers bylaws changes

The IRE Board will consider proposed changes to Article 8 of the Code of Bylaws and to a 2006 bylaws amendment about the IRE Endowment Fund when it meets Aug. 13-15.
The proposal would eliminate gender references in Article 8 and turn the endowment fund amendment into a new Article 10. It would change the name of the committee responsible for oversight of the funds, add new duties and expand the committee from five members to seven, among other changes.
As required, this posting gives members 30 days' notice to give comments on the proposal before the board votes. Send comments to IRE Treasurer   Brian Rosenthal at brian.rosenthal@nytimes.com
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Pitch an idea for DBEI22

IRE is planning our second-annual event focused on diversity, belonging, equity and inclusion (DBEI) and we need your help! Fill out the form to share ideas for speakers, topics and other suggestions to help us plan the best possible event. No suggestion is too small. Just get your ideas to us by August 7 and join us for the symposium Oct. 20 & 21!
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Investigative Journalism Census

IRE and the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting have teamed up to collect demographic information directly from investigative reporters, editors, producers and others who conduct investigative work. Our end goal is to provide demographic data that can be used to diversify who gets to conduct investigative work and steer future hiring and retention practices. Phase I of the project ended July 31; the work is continuing.
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Nominees for Ring of Honor

The IRE Board of Directors approved nominations of the late Tom Torok of The New York Times and the late David Donald of the Investigative Reporting Workshop for the IRE Ring of Honor, a new fundraising initiative celebrating members who have made a significant contribution to IRE and the field of investigative journalism. A minimum of $2,500 must be raised to be inducted into the Ring of Honor. That minimum has been raised for both nominees; Torok and Donald will be honored at the awards luncheon at IRE23, June 22-25 in Orlando, Florida.
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