Tips and Hints

To investigate independently as a journalists requires many skills. And a journo in Kenya meets many challenges. Read some of the details here.

The Reality of Information Denial

Access to public information is easy in theory. But in reality it is a dragging process. And sometimes impossible. This…

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The RoGGKenya Experts List

UPDATED March 13, 2019! If you are working in the Kenyan media, start using our experts list. These experts have…

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The Market for independent Journalists

Many journalists in Kenya are facing challenges on where to publish their articles after researching and doing follow ups. This…

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How to find Data That Has Disappeared on The Web

New on RoGGKenya. On the example of the deleted website of the Constituencies Development Fund we demonstrate how you can…

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A Website is offline – but you can still find a lot

It happens not too rarely: An official website (for example, the CDF website) has gone offline. After the CDF board…

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When Google finds more than the Governor’s Site itself

Many times it is better to search for documents using external search engines like google rather than internal search functions…

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How to monitor Changes in Web Pages

Be notified if something changes on a web page that is important for your reporting. Examples You want to be…

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Freedom of Expression

Journalists are guaranteed the right to freedom of expression under Article 33 of the Constitution of Kenya. This is so…

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Freedom of Media

Kenyan media is guaranteed the freedom and independence of electronic, print and all other types of media under Article 34…

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Advanced Search Engine Tips

We’ve seen it! Even experienced journalists frequently type a word or two onto a search engine’s field, take only the…

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