The African Institute for Investigative Journalism (AIIJ) is an institute founded and niched in the ideas of investigative reporting.
The heart-line of the institute; is to provide investigative journalism in Uganda and on the continent a dignified home.
We strongly believe in the noble idea of investigative journalism; A subjective, highly researched, source cracking and well-presented journalism.
The African Institute for Investigative Journalism is a media organisation focused on providing investigative journalism a home.
We believe in media practice that impacts and causes social change.
Informed by the principles of human rights and social justice, we seek to use journalism as a tool for promoting social accountability, inform public discourse and create a nurturing space for passionate investigative journalists.
- Promoting access to resources and opportunities for investigative journalism;
- Strengthening the capacities and practice of investigative journalism;
- Shaping the practice of investigative journalism through collaborative and ground breaking investigations in issues affecting society; and . Contributing towards public policy change through evidence based reporting that promotes a culture of accountability. African Institute for Investigative Journalism (AIIJ)
Our work is delivered through 5 programs namely: Training & Capacity Building, Collaborative Reporting, Grant Making, Research and Legal Support.