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Share your ideas for #NICAR23

We want to hear from you — let us know what you'd like to see at #NICAR22.
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Ask Us Anything!

Get to know your friendly IRE Staff in our new series, Ask Us Anything! These informal Zoom chats will be a way for you to put names to faces, hear […]
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IRE board approves Torok nomination for Ring of Honor

The late Tom Torok, a pioneering data journalist whose sessions at NICAR and IRE conferences were among the most popular for years, will be one of the inaugural nominees inducted into the new IRE Ring of Honor next year.
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Donald nomination for Ring of Honor wins IRE Board approval

The late David Donald, an award-winning data editor and IRE training director, will be inducted into the new IRE Ring of Honor next year.
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Pitch an idea for DBEI22 - Open office hours

Are you interested in pitching an idea for the 2022 DBEI Symposium but don’t know where to start? Have you shared ideas in the past that have not been accepted? […]
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IRE Board elects officers

The Investigative Reporters & Editors Board of Directors has elected officers for 2022-23.
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Seven journalists elected to IRE Board of Directors along with two new Contest Committee members

IRE Board President Mark Walker of the New York Times was reelected to the IRE Board of Directors on Saturday, along with six new board members and two new Contest Committee members.
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City of Huntsville, Alabama, wins 2022 Golden Padlock Award

Steadfast unwillingness to release police bodycam footage in 2018 has earned the City of Huntsville, Alabama and its police department the 2022 Golden Padlock Award from Investigative Reporters and Editors. […]
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Russian journalists selected for IRE’s Don Bolles Medal

IRE's Don Bolles Medal for 2022 has been awarded to two Russian investigative journalists whose commitment to exposing corruption by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and his regime led to them being forced to flee their homes to avoid imprisonment.
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IRE raises its voice in Pulitzer debate

IRE is adding its voice to the growing movement to persuade The Pulitzer Prizes to make participating in an annual staff diversity survey a condition of seeking journalism’s highest honor.
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