Investigation journalism is tough work. We cannot do it all on our own, and that is why a huge part of our reporting (especially accountability journalism) at HumAngle relies on support from external sources: victims, fixers, whistleblowers, experts, and so on. Do you have a tip, lead, or leak that might help us uncover and cover an important story? We encourage you to share it and promise to do our best to follow up.
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- Accountability and good governance
- Climate change, energy, and environment
- Conflict and humanitarian crises
- Displacement and migration
- Election security
- Human rights
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