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Welcome, everyone! Here’s the program for the 8th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, (#GIJC13), scheduled for October 12-15, 2013, in beautiful Rio de Janeiro. It’s the first time we’re holding the GIJC in the global south, and we’re combining it with two other key events in journalism: the annual Latin America Investigative Journalism Conference (COLPIN), and the International Congress of ABRAJI, Brazil’s investigative journalism association. Panels and workshops will be available in languages as marked: English (Eng), Portuguese (Port), Spanish (Span). Plenary and showcase panels will be translated into all three. There will be streaming video available for all plenary and showcase panels and all those held in the RDC auditorium (C1). We look forward to seeing you in Rio!
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Anton Harber

Wits University, Johannesburg
Caxton Professor of Journalism
Anton is the Caxton Professor of Journalism (Adjunct) at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He was a co-founder and editor of the anti-apartheid newspaper the Weekly Mail (now the Mail & Guardian), Editor-in-Chief of South Africa’s leading television news channel, eNCA, and chief executive of Kagiso Broadcasting.
He is board member of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, chair of Africa Check and former chair of the SA Conference of Editors and the National Association of Broadcasters. He has served on the boards of the Campaign for Open Media, Freedom of Expression Institute, the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism, Kagiso Media, East Coast Radio and Radio Jacaranda, inter alia. He is convenor of judges for the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism and has been a judge on the Sanlam Financial Journalism Awards, the Vodacom South African Journalism Awards and the CNN/Multichoice African Journalism Awards.
Harber wrote Diepsloot (Jonathan Ball, 2011), The Gorilla in the Room (Mampoer Shorts, 2013). He co-edited the first two editions of The A–Z of South African Politics (Penguin, 1994/6), What is Left Unsaid: Reporting the South African HIV Epidemic (Jacana, 2010), and Troublemakers: The best of SA’s investigative journalism (Jacana, 2010). His Southern African Muckraking (Jacana), an anthology of investigative reporting from the region, is due out in 2018.

My Moderators Sessions

Monday, October 14
 

1:45pm