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Five finalists selected for 2022 Golden Padlock Award

Investigative Reporters and Editors has named its finalists for the 2022 Golden Padlock Award honoring the most secretive public agency or official in the U.S.
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Nominations now open for IRE Ring of Honor

Investigative Reporters & Editors is establishing the IRE Ring of Honor, a new fundraising initiative celebrating members who have made a significant contribution to the organization and to investigative journalism.
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Two journalists receive IRE’s 2022 Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellowship

Robyn Vincent of Mountain West News Bureau and Sergio Martinez-Beltran of NPR’s The Texas Newsroom will serve as IRE’s 2022 Journalists of Color Investigative Reporting Fellows.
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Announcing the 2021 IRE Award winners

Investigations that told the story of workers in Florida poisoned while trying to earn a paycheck and those who died in the scorching heat in Texas and California as well as stories examining the role of race
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Gina Chua to deliver 2022 IRE Conference keynote

Investigative Reporters and Editors is pleased to announce that Gina Chua will deliver the keynote address at the 2022 IRE Conference in Denver, June 23-26. 
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Sign up for the 2022 IRE Conference mentorship program

Applications are now open to participate in the IRE Conference mentorship program, either as a mentor or as a mentee.
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Longtime IRE mentor dies after short illness

Tom Torok, 73, a lifelong journalist and a respected mentor to many long-time members of Investigative Reporters & Editors, died March 6, 2022, at Virtua/Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, NJ, after a short illness. 
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IRE selects 13 newsrooms for Total Newsroom Training program

Thirteen newsrooms have been chosen to receive custom watchdog training in the coming year through IRE’s Total Newsroom Training program.
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2022 Lightning Talks lineup announced

Thanks to everyone who pitched and voted on the Lightning Talks for NICAR22. Here are the talks we’ll be hearing online and in-person in Atlanta Friday, March 4 at 5 […]
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IRE announces winners of 2021 Philip Meyer Journalism Award

The Wall Street Journal's deep dive into TikTok algorithms won first place in the 2021 Philip Meyer Journalism Awards. Other top awards go to newsrooms that used sensors to track air pollution from sugar cane controlled burns and that used machine learning to analyze thousands of police contracts for pricey benefits.
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