Working on an investigative story can be very stressful, especially as journalists often uncover facts that may lead to justice for victims. This brings both sense of responsibility and fear of repercussions.
In this article, Clare Cavanagh rounded up five investigative tips to boost your ability to tell remarkable stories.
Cavanagh reported on a talk given by Clare Baldwin, Reuters special correspondent, who led an investigative project on Philippines President Duterte and his crackdown on drugs.
"Look out for new connections that you can engage with using social media and events. Local people know their community and history better than anyone else," reads one of the tips.
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