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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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Saturday, October 12
 

9:00am

WELCOME (Eng, Port, Span)
Speakers
avatar for David Kaplan

David Kaplan

Executive Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
David E. Kaplan is executive director of Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), the international association of investigative reporting organizations, with 138 member groups in 62 countries. He has worked as an investigative journalist for more than 30 years, reported from two dozen countries, and won or shared more than 25 awards. He has managed nonprofit newsrooms, investigative teams, and numerous cross-border projects. During the... Read More →
avatar for Marcelo Moreira

Marcelo Moreira

Editor-in-chief, TV Globo
Current Abraji President, Moreira is editor-in-chief of RJTV Monday edition, local television news from TV Globo in Rio de Janeiro. He began his career as a Reporter at A Notícia newspaper, in 1991. In 2006, he was elected member of the INSI’ council (International News Safety Institute), a NGO created by the International Federation of Journalists that works to ensure the safety of media professionals around the world.
avatar for Augusto Álvarez Rodrich

Augusto Álvarez Rodrich

President, IPYS
Nació en Lima el 12 de octubre de 1959. Es economista de la Universidad del Pacífico (graduado sobresaliente cum laude) y Máster en Administración Pública de la Escuela de Gobierno John F. Kennedy de la Universidad de Harvard. También ha seguido cursos de especialización en las universidades de Stanford, Manchester y Northwestern. | | Es columnista diario en La República e integrante de su Consejo Editorial; y conduce de lunes a... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 9:00am - 9:15am
D (Ginásio)

9:15am

OPENING PLENARY: Freedom of Expression in Crisis (Eng, Port, Span)

The percentage of the global population living in countries with a free press has declined to just 14 percent, the lowest level in more than a decade, according to Freedom House. Repressive governments now broadly employ technology to spy on, censor, and disrupt those online. Meanwhile, journalists around the world are being murdered and imprisoned at near-record rates. And the killings and jailings are but a fraction of the damage being done. Beatings, kidnappings, and threats are far more numerous, and can be just as effective at silencing the press.

On this panel, a distinguished group of officials from the United Nations and the Organization of American States will describe the growing pressures against freedom of expression worldwide, the challenges and opportunities facing a free and independent press, and the best strategies of how to respond. 


Moderators
avatar for Fernando Rodrigues

Fernando Rodrigues

Reporter/Columnist, UOL/Jovem Pan
Fernando Rodrigues, 52, is a Brazilian investigative journalist. Rodrigues is based in Brasília (Brazil’s capital). He has been with the news portal UOL since the year 2000. UOL (www.uol.com.br) is a leading Internet portal in Brazil with 50 million unique visitors traffic (July/2015). |   | As a print media journalist, Rodrigues worked 27 years for "Folha de S.Paulo” as Economics Editor in São Paulo and foreign correspondent in New... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Catalina Botero

Catalina Botero

Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Organization of American States
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights elected Colombian attorney Catalina Botero Marino as Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression in July 2008. | Before assuming the position of Special Rapporteur, Dr. Botero Marino worked as Acting Magistrate and Auxiliary Magistrate in the Constitutional Court of Colombia for 8 years. Previously she has held a number of posts, including: adviser for the Office of the Prosecutor General of the... Read More →
avatar for Frank La Rue

Frank La Rue

Special Rapporteur, UN
Since August 2008 Frank La Rue has served as the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression. He is a lawyer and current Director of the Centro-American Institute for Social Democracy Studies (DEMOS) in Guatemala. He holds a degree in law from the University of San Carlos, Guatemala, and a postgraduate degree in U.S. foreign policy from Johns Hopkins University... Read More →
avatar for Deborah Seward

Deborah Seward

Director, Strategic Communications Division, Department of Public Information, United Nations
Deborah Seward was appointed in February 2011 as Director of the Strategic Communications Division in the Department of Public Information. In that role, she has responsibility for the oversight of the UN’s 63 Information Centres around the world. She also oversees the Communications Campaign Service which provides guidance on a wide variety of priority UN issues, including peace and security, development and... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 9:15am - 10:30am
D (Ginásio)

10:30am

Coffee Break
Saturday October 12, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
TBA

11:00am

GLOBAL: Covering National Security (Eng)
What hurdles does a journalist face when covering national security and how does one deal with them? National security stories are among the most challenging in journalism. Sources can lose jobs, clearances, and put themselves in legal and physical danger. Journalists face extraordinary secrecy and at times a striking lack of accountability. These three panelists bring extensive and diverse experience in investigating intelligence agencies in the United States, Europe, and South Asia. 

Moderators
avatar for Kristof Clerix

Kristof Clerix

Journalist, Knack
Kristof Clerix (*1978), Belgium, works as a reporter for the Belgian weekly news magzine Knack and previously reported for a Belgian magazine on international affairs. As member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), he collaborated on LuxLeaks, SwissLeaks, Evicted&Abandoned, the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks. | | Clerix has been working as a journalist in Belgium since 2002. After two years... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tom Blanton

Tom Blanton

Director, National Security Archive
Thomas S. Blanton is Director of the National Security Archive at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The Archive won U.S. journalism's George Polk Award in April 2000 for "piercing self-serving veils of government secrecy, guiding journalists in search for the truth, and informing us all." The Los Angeles Times (16 January 2001) described the Archive as "the world's largest nongovernmental library of declassified... Read More →
avatar for Orla Borg

Orla Borg

Investigative journalist, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten
Orla Borg, born in 1952, is an award-winner Danish journalist of the investigative team of  Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, one of the Denmark's most read daily newspaper. With two colleagues, he won the Europen Press Award - also called " European Pulitzer" - in 2012 for the well-known Strom case that revealed how the danish intelligence service, PET, helped CIA tracking down the Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen, Anwar-al-Awlaki, an American citizen... Read More →
avatar for Syed Nazakat

Syed Nazakat

Editor-in-Chief, Centre for Investigative Journalism, India
Syed Nazakat is an award-winning journalist, media entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit organization he founded to promote the cause of watchdog journalism in India. In 2015 he also set-up a data journalism initiative called DataLEADS which conducts data analysis, boot camps and runs India’s first data-driven website dedicated to healthcare reporting, called Health Analytics India. He has... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Covering National Security (Eng)
What hurdles does a journalist face when covering national security and how does one deal with them? National security stories are among the most challenging in journalism. Sources can lose jobs, clearances, and put themselves in legal and physical danger. Journalists face extraordinary secrecy and at times a striking lack of accountability. These three panelists bring extensive and diverse experience in investigating intelligence agencies in the United States, Europe, and South Asia. 

Moderators
avatar for Kristof Clerix

Kristof Clerix

Journalist, Knack
Kristof Clerix (*1978), Belgium, works as a reporter for the Belgian weekly news magzine Knack and previously reported for a Belgian magazine on international affairs. As member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), he collaborated on LuxLeaks, SwissLeaks, Evicted&Abandoned, the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks. | | Clerix has been working as a journalist in Belgium since 2002. After two years... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tom Blanton

Tom Blanton

Director, National Security Archive
Thomas S. Blanton is Director of the National Security Archive at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The Archive won U.S. journalism's George Polk Award in April 2000 for "piercing self-serving veils of government secrecy, guiding journalists in search for the truth, and informing us all." The Los Angeles Times (16 January 2001) described the Archive as "the world's largest nongovernmental library of declassified... Read More →
avatar for Orla Borg

Orla Borg

Investigative journalist, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten
Orla Borg, born in 1952, is an award-winner Danish journalist of the investigative team of  Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, one of the Denmark's most read daily newspaper. With two colleagues, he won the Europen Press Award - also called " European Pulitzer" - in 2012 for the well-known Strom case that revealed how the danish intelligence service, PET, helped CIA tracking down the Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen, Anwar-al-Awlaki, an American citizen... Read More →
avatar for Syed Nazakat

Syed Nazakat

Editor-in-Chief, Centre for Investigative Journalism, India
Syed Nazakat is an award-winning journalist, media entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit organization he founded to promote the cause of watchdog journalism in India. In 2015 he also set-up a data journalism initiative called DataLEADS which conducts data analysis, boot camps and runs India’s first data-driven website dedicated to healthcare reporting, called Health Analytics India. He has... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Investigating International Business: Sources and Documents (Eng)
As Deep Throat told Bob Woodward in All the Presidents' Men, "Just... follow the money." In this age of globalization and billion-dollar scams, that means knowing how to background a business and track its activities around the world. Here are three people who can help, experts in following trails -- of money, people, and documents. Good hunting.

Romanian reporter Paul Radu will talk about how offshore and onshore havens enable both organized crime and some business corporations to conduct illegal business. He will share thoughts on the Magnitsky case, the biggest fraud case in present Russia, as an example of an intersection between the legitimate business world and the criminal money laundering world. He will show the Investigative Dashboard tool that enables reporters follow the money across borders.

Marty Steffens, who teaches business and financial journalism at the University of Missouri, and is an international trainer, will demonstrate a series of records such as shipping documents, world banking documents, tender website and US records that may open the way to transnational investigations. She'll also talk about continuing doubt over the accuracy of some national data, particularly from China. 

Moderators
avatar for Xanic von Bertrab

Xanic von Bertrab

Freelance journalist
Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab shared the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting with David Barstow and the New York Times for their investigation into bribery by the Walmart corporation in Mexico. She has worked for two decades as an investigative journalist for Mexican newspapers and magazines. starting in Guadalajara as a radio broadcaster and writer with the Siglo 21 newspaper. She later joined the paper’s... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Paul Radu

Paul Radu

Executive Director, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Paul Radu is the executive director of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and a co-creator of the Investigative Dashboard concept. He has held a number of fellowships, including the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowship in 2001, the Milena Jesenska Press Fellowship in 2002, the Rosalyn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism in 2007, the 2008 Knight International Journalism fellowship with the International... Read More →
avatar for Marty Steffens

Marty Steffens

SABEW Chair in Business Journalism, MU School of Journalism
As the Society of American Business Editors and Writers endowed chair, Martha Steffens teaches business and financial journalism, as well as organizing seminars for business journalism professionals. Steffens has taught more than 450 professional in business workshops sponsored the Southern Newspaper Publishers Assn. and SABEW. She assumed the chair in 2002, after a 30-year career in newspapers, including executive editor of the San... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B3 (IAG)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Professors Track: Papers on Investigative & Data Journalism (Eng)
Professor James Hollings presents a paper on the role of emotion when whistle-blowers decide to go public with their stories, proposing a theoretical explanation baed on the Interative Reprocessing Model.

Rosemary Armao of the State University of New York at Albany presents a paper on assessing efforts to promote and support investigative journalism at four investigative centers around the world, noting both successess and failures.

Anya Schiffrin of Columbia University in New York City presents a paper on the ways that journalists have done and do investigative reporting on the extractive sector such as mining and oil where are innumerable instances of outright corruption as well as bad practices, where countries fail, for instance, to garner for themselves the full value of their resources and/or when the revenues raised are not used for public purposes in ways that they should. There are more complex stories, exposing how well-intentioned actions can have unintended adverse effects  Such reporting is necessary if the media is to fulfill the role of the watchdog, particularly needed in this complex industry.

Jane Regan, professor at the State University of Haiti, presents a paper on the new and innovative techniques that journalists used to monitor and investigative the billions of “reconstruction” dollars that followed offered humanitarian agencies and international businesses the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. She outlines the creation of her efforts and that of an online “alternative” news agency and a community radio training and support association to launched the Haiti Grassroots Watch partnership. 


Moderators
avatar for Rosemary Armao

Rosemary Armao

Associate Professor, SUNY-Albany
Rosemary Armao teaches in the Department of Communication and Journalism at SUNY-Albany. Previously she was a reporter and editor at wire services and newspapers. She has trained journalists and worked on media development projects throughout Eastern Europe and Africa. She is a former executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors and a former JAWS president.

Speakers
avatar for James Hollings

James Hollings

Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Massey University
Journalism, big, small, wide, narrow, deep!, After 27 years at it, I still get excited by determined, persistent reporting. I worked as a journalist on newspapers and radio for 18 years, with a special interest in investigation. I now teach on NZ's only Master of Journalism programme, where I supervise the investigative journalism component. I am also a founder of the New Zealand Centre for Investigative Journalism. I have a particular interest... Read More →
avatar for Jane Regan

Jane Regan

coordinator + UEH professor, Haiti Grassroots Watch
English, Español, Kreyòl. Professor at the Université d'Etat d'Haïti (Haiti's State University), and coordinator of the Haiti Grassroots Watch collaborative – a multimedia, multilanguage “reconstruction watch” partnership of "alternative" media institutions, students from the State University of Haiti's Faculty of Human Sciences and volunteers from some of the country's community radio stations. My research interests are social movement... Read More →
avatar for Anya Schiffrin

Anya Schiffrin

Director, Columbia - School of International and Public Affairs
Anya Schiffrin is the director of SIPA's International Media, Advocacy and Communications Specialization. She spent 10 years working overseas as a journalist in Europe and Asia, writing for a number of different magazines and newspapers. She was bureau chief for Dow Jones Newswires in Amsterdam and Hanoi and wrote regularly for the Wall Street Journal. She was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism in... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: The State of Global Investigative Journalism (Eng, Port, Span)
Four leading investigative reporters from around the world will share their thoughts on the challenges of, and opportunities for, investigative journalism in their regions. We will cover a wide range of issues, from safety and security (including online surveillance) to diminishing resources for investigative reporting. We will talk about innovative efforts to sustain watchdog reporting and debate how and when investigations make an impact. Is there an audience for muckraking? And how can that audience grow and be even more fully engaged? Join Mzilikazi wa Afrika of the Forum for African Investigative Reporters, Gustavo Gorriti of IDL-Reporteros in Peru, David Leigh of The Guardian, and Rana Sabbagh of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism.

Moderators
avatar for Sheila Coronel

Sheila Coronel

Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia University
Sheila is academic dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She is concurrently also director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Stabile professor of professional practice. She began her reporting career in the Philippines and was co-founder of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. She is the author and editor of more than a dozen books.

Speakers
avatar for rana1

rana1

Director, Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism
Rana Sabbagh, Jordan, is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ), the Amman based media support network promoting investigative journalism in nine Arab countries. In 28 years of professional experience in the Middle East, she has served as editor of the Jordan Times and was the first woman to run a political daily newspaper in the region. She was the former Reuters correspondent in Jordan and... Read More →
avatar for Mzilikazi wa Afrika

Mzilikazi wa Afrika

Investigative journalist, Sunday Times
I'm passionated about investigative journalism, hold a bull for its sharp horn and expose corruption and bad administration. No one is above the law and nobody is untouchable. This is not a farm, no animal is better than others.
avatar for Gustavo Gorriti

Gustavo Gorriti

Director, IDL-Reporteros
Gustavo Gorriti, periodista independiente peruano. Ha trabajado extensamente cubriendo temas relativos a la política, cultura y asuntos sociales de América Central, América del Sur y el Caribe. Ha sido codirector del diario La República, director adjunto del diario La Prensa de Panamá y ha obtenido varias distinciones internacionales, entre ellas el Premio Nuevo Periodismo CEMEX+FNPI en la... Read More →
avatar for David Leigh

David Leigh

Guardian investigations editor 2000-2013, The Guardian
Guardian investigations editor 2000-2013 | | Professor of Reporting City University, London | | Trustee, Centre for Investigative Journalism, London | | Member, Intl Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Washington DC | | Co-author Guardian book on WIkileaks -new edition out October


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
D (Ginásio)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Covering National Security (Eng)
What hurdles does a journalist face when covering national security and how does one deal with them? National security stories are among the most challenging in journalism. Sources can lose jobs, clearances, and put themselves in legal and physical danger. Journalists face extraordinary secrecy and at times a striking lack of accountability. These three panelists bring extensive and diverse experience in investigating intelligence agencies in the United States, Europe, and South Asia. 

Moderators
avatar for Kristof Clerix

Kristof Clerix

Journalist, Knack
Kristof Clerix (*1978), Belgium, works as a reporter for the Belgian weekly news magzine Knack and previously reported for a Belgian magazine on international affairs. As member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), he collaborated on LuxLeaks, SwissLeaks, Evicted&Abandoned, the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks. | | Clerix has been working as a journalist in Belgium since 2002. After two years... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tom Blanton

Tom Blanton

Director, National Security Archive
Thomas S. Blanton is Director of the National Security Archive at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The Archive won U.S. journalism's George Polk Award in April 2000 for "piercing self-serving veils of government secrecy, guiding journalists in search for the truth, and informing us all." The Los Angeles Times (16 January 2001) described the Archive as "the world's largest nongovernmental library of declassified... Read More →
avatar for Orla Borg

Orla Borg

Investigative journalist, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten
Orla Borg, born in 1952, is an award-winner Danish journalist of the investigative team of  Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, one of the Denmark's most read daily newspaper. With two colleagues, he won the Europen Press Award - also called " European Pulitzer" - in 2012 for the well-known Strom case that revealed how the danish intelligence service, PET, helped CIA tracking down the Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen, Anwar-al-Awlaki, an American citizen... Read More →
avatar for Syed Nazakat

Syed Nazakat

Editor-in-Chief, Centre for Investigative Journalism, India
Syed Nazakat is an award-winning journalist, media entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit organization he founded to promote the cause of watchdog journalism in India. In 2015 he also set-up a data journalism initiative called DataLEADS which conducts data analysis, boot camps and runs India’s first data-driven website dedicated to healthcare reporting, called Health Analytics India. He has... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B2 (IAG)

11:00am

ABRAJI: International Coverage in Brazil: Time to Build Our Own Agenda? (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Leonel Aguiar

Leonel Aguiar

Coordinator for the Communications Programme, PUC-Rio
Is professor for the Communications department of Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, where teaches at the post-graduation and coordinates the Communications programme. Has PhD (2002) and Master's Degree (1996) in Communications and Culture for Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Graduated in Journalism for Federal Fluminense University (1981). | | Is a member of Consultive Council of National Forum of Journalism Teachers... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Claudia Antunes

Claudia Antunes

Editor, Piauí
Graduated in Journalism in Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. As a correspondent, covered international politics for Manchete magazine in 1982, Jornal do Brasil and TV Manchete. In 1986, she returned to Brazil as editor of International (until 1992) and then subeditor of Politics (1992-1999).  | | In 2000, became the editor-in-chief for the Folha de S.Paulo branch office in Rio de Janeiro. From 2005 to 2006, was... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
P+1 (Kennedy)

11:00am

ABRAJI: Profession: Reporters (Eng, Port, Span)
Moderators
avatar for Elvira Lobato

Elvira Lobato

Journalist
Graduated in Journalism for Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. From 1984 to 2012, worked for Folha de S.Paulo - as special reporter since 1992. Specialized in technology and telecommunications. | | Won the Esso Award 2008 for the story on a Brazilian protestant church (Universal) and its business; the CNT Award 2006 for a story on the end of the biggest air companies in Brazil; the Embratel Award 2004 and two Grand... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Caco Barcellos

Caco Barcellos

Reporter/Editor, TV Globo
Caco Barcellos is Reporter at TV Globo since 1982, where started at the “Globo Reporter” team. Also, he won the Jabuti Award two times for the books “Rota 66” and “Abusado”, two of the most important pieces of investigative journalism in Brazil. | | Another of his most important works is the exclusive footage made with the video Reporter Renato Rodrigues showing the Elite Comand of Militar Police in Sao... Read More →
avatar for José Hamilton Ribeiro

José Hamilton Ribeiro

Reporter, TV Globo
His career started in 1955, at Bandeirantes radio (Sao Paulo) in the night shift. At this time, fell for the Brazilian root music - on which he produced stories and books. In 1956, moved to Folha de S.Paulo, for which he covered the first Brasilia mass in 1957, three years before the Brazilian capital was inaugurated. | | In 1962, Ribeiro assumed as editor of Quatro Rodas magazine, from Abril Publishing. At this job, won two Esso awards (1963... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C1 (RDC)

11:00am

11:00am

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Fuerzas de Seguridad (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Christopher Acosta

Christopher Acosta

Director of Investigative Journalism Program, IPYS
Christopher Acosta , Jefe de Informaciones de INFOS, agencia de contenidos periodísticos desde donde publica investigaciones en la revista Poder y el diario Perú.21. Ha sido editor de la revista de negocios Visión Empresarial y del suplemento económico Emprendedores, del diario La Industria. Ex becario de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (Panamá, 2009) y de Georgetown University... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Martha Elvira Soto Franco

Martha Elvira Soto Franco

Editor, El Tiempo
Martha Elvira Soto Franco integra desde septiembre de 1994 la Unidad Investigativa del diario EL TIEMPO de la cual es su editora desde hace doce años. Comunicadora social y periodista de La Sabana y magister en Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones Internacionales, de la Javeriana. Integra desde septiembre de 1994 la Unidad Investigativa del diario EL TIEMPO de la cual es su editora desde hace doce años. Además de temas de... Read More →
avatar for Mauri Konig

Mauri Konig

Reporter, Gazeta do Povo
Member of Abraji Diretors board, Konig worked at the newspapers Folha de Londrina, O Estado do Paraná, Gazeta Mercantil and O Estado de S.Paulo. In 20 years of career, won 21 journalism awards, including two Esso, two Embratel and three Vladimir Herzog. Also won twice the Lorenzo Natali Prize, awarded by the European Union. In 2000 and 2001, Konig has published a series of reportings about children who were being kidnapped into military... Read More →
avatar for Carlos Martínez

Carlos Martínez

Reportero, Sala Negra de El Faro
Investigo sobre el fenómeno de la violencia en la región más violenta del mundo: Centroamérica. Particularmente el origen, evolución y consecuencias que ha tenido el despliegue de las pandillas MS-13 y Barrio 18 en Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador. Hemos hecho además aproximaciones a los sistemas penitenciarios de la región.


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Google Fusion for Investigations: Seeing the Issues Through Maps (Eng)

Learn how to use Google Fusion to construct maps that reveal stories and tips. The session will take you through the basic steps of doing your first Fusion map. Knowing how to use a spreadsheet is helpful but not required.

Resources: http://www.kaasogmulvad.dk/english/ressources-for-gijc-conference-in-rio-2013/ 


Speakers
avatar for Tommy Kaas

Tommy Kaas

Editor, Kaas og Mulvad
Tommy Kaas is a datajournalist, analyst, trainer and co-founder of Kaas & Mulvad, a private company founded in 2007. He was co-founder of DICAR – the Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting. He has a background in journalism and has previously worked as an assistant managing editor. | Twitter: @tbkaas
avatar for Peter Verweij

Peter Verweij

Director, D3-Media multimedia and data journalism
Peter Verweij works with his company D3-Media as a trainer and consultant for the new media; giving training at mayor Dutch newspapers and TV newsrooms. This year his activities are focusing on data journalism; training for mayor Dutch and Belgium newspapers: HDC Media and de Telegraaf; Persgroep(Volksrant Trouw AD en Parool) and Financieel Dagblad. Verweij took part as trainer and consultant in the project for Arab journalists, teaching in... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Using Database Managers for Investigations: the Basics (Eng)
Learn how to use a Database Manager, in this case Microsoft Access, to analyze with simple searches data that filter, with sorting and by summing or counting information. Knowing how to use a spreadsheet is helpful but not required. 

Speakers
avatar for Jaimie Dowdell

Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Using Spreadsheets for Investigations: The Basics (Eng)

Learn how to use a spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel, to construct your own small dataset for stories and how to filter and sort data for your investigative stories. There are countless spreadsheets on the Web for any story in any country so this is a basic skill to have as a journalist.


Speakers
avatar for John Bones

John Bones

Journalist/Board Member SKUP, VG/SKUP
John Bones er journalist i VG og medlem i SKUP-styret. Bones har mange års erfaring med datastøttet journalistikk og har ledet SKUPs studieturer til NICAR-konferansene de siste tre årene. John hadde også ansvaret for dataseminarene under GIJC på Lillehammer i 2015. | Han har flere ganger undervist i databaserte teknikker på SKUP, ved Global Investigative Journalism Conference og ved nasjonale konferanser i... Read More →
avatar for Kate Willson

Kate Willson

News Advisor, Oregon State University


Saturday October 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

12:30pm

Lunch
Lunch is on your own. There are some good places near the venue (walking distance) listed hereYou can also find them on this handy map (restaurants are in green).

Saturday October 12, 2013 12:30pm - 2:00pm
TBA

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Security Workshop: Spycraft -- Keeping Your Sources Private (Eng)
In an age of digital snooping, black bag jobs, and knock-down-your-door arrests by unfriendly governments, the identities of your confidential sources are in more danger of exposure than ever before. This workshop will introduce you to tools, techniques, and strategies for communicating with your sources without endangering their livelihoods or lives. If you make promises to sources to keep their identities secret, you owe it to them to attend this session.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Doig

Steve Doig

Knight Chair of Journalism, Arizona State University
Knight Chair of Journalism specialized in Computer Assisted Reporting. Former Miami Herald data journalist/research editor. Data projects have won Pulitzer, IRE Award, Goldsmith Prize and George Polk Award. My current passion is alerting reporters to their duty to use good security when communicating with vulnerable sources.


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Investigating Sports (Eng, Port, Span)
With the World Cup and Olympics coming to Brazil, match fixing scandals spanning the globe, widespread doping, and plenty of fraud and waste in stadium contracting, there’s no shortage of hard-hitting stories to do on the sports industry. Here are three top experts on digging into the business and corruption of sports. If you haven't heard the irrepressible Andrew Jennings, now's the time to hear him go after game-fixers and bribe-takers around the world. Rob Rose, of the Sunday Times in Johannesburg, will show how the South African press dealt with scandals involving the World Cup and Olympics. And Lucio de Castro will talk about how Brazil's own media is dealing with the seamy underside of sports. 

Moderators
avatar for Oleg Khomenok

Oleg Khomenok

Country Coordinator, SCOOP Ukraine
Oleg Khomenok, GIJN Board member, coordinator of SCOOP project in Ukraine, Senior Media Advisor of Internews Network, has 20 years of experience in journalism, media education, and managing investigative reporting and media support projects in the post-Soviet media environment. Oleg has eight years of experience working as a reporter investigating political campaigns and ethnic minority issues in Crimea. | Coordinating YanukovychLeaks.org... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Lucio de Castro

Lucio de Castro

Reporter/Columnist, ESPN Brasil
Graduated in History and Journalism, de Castro started the career in 2000, at the Jornal do Commercio. Worked at Jornal do Brasil (with his father, Marcos de Castro), O Globo, TV Globo and SporTV. | | Won the Ibero-American Prize (UNICEF-EFE) and the Prémio da Fundación Nuevo Periodismo (García Márquez Foundation). Besides that, won two Embratel prizes - one of them for a series on the relation between dicatorships in... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Jennings

Andrew Jennings

Investigative Reporter
ANDREW JENNINGS is an investigative journalist best known for his work on corruption in the International Olympic Committee and FIFA. | | Jennings has been chasing bad men around the world for more than three decades. The 1980s were spent investigating the curious relationship between London's top gangster and the city's top detective. Andrew made a one-hour documentary but the BBC refused to show it. He resigned and, with Paul Greengrass... Read More →
avatar for Rob Rose

Rob Rose

Sunday Times
Rob Rose is an investigative journalist specializing in business corruption for South Africa's Sunday Times. After earning a law degree, Rose took on the financial fraud and corporate governance beats at South Africa's largest business daily newspaper, Business Day. Later, at The Financial Mail magazine, he exposed a $2 billion trans-national Ponzi scheme involving some of South Africa's top businessmen. At... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C1 (RDC)

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Investigating in Conflict Zones (Eng)

War is deception, as the Chinese general Sun Tzu said—and it’s left to investigative journalists to strip away the deceit. Who’s really commanding the battle, and what do they get out of it? Who’s funding and arming them? What back-door dealings are underway while the country’s in turmoil? Amid the violence and chaos, it takes a cool head and strong gut to make sense of it all, and unpick the details that are truly history-making.

We have three great journalists who have years of experience in doing just that, on many warfronts, and will explain on how to nail down what’s truly important. Jon Lee Anderson (@jonleeanderson) of the New Yorker will talk about how to dig deep and develop a long-range story amid intense danger. Edi Pramono Stefanus Teguh from Indonesia’s Tempo Magazine will talk about how to penetrate the violent underworld in your own city. And Hamoud Almahmoud (@HamoudSy), editor of Aliqtisadi Magazine, will share tips on how to cover the world’s deadliest war, Syria. Moderator: Vivienne Walt (@vivwalt). 


Moderators
avatar for Vivienne Walt

Vivienne Walt

Journalist, Time Magazine
Vivienne Walt has written since 2003 for TIME Magazine, which she first joined as a correspondent while covering the Iraq War. | She is also a contributing writer for Fortune Magazine. She's traveled through most of Africa and the Middle East, focusing on war and conflict, and the human toll wrought by Western business operations, from diamonds to oil exploration. | She is a board member of the Overseas Press Club of America, and a regular... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Hamoud Almahmoud

Hamoud Almahmoud

the head of The Research & Data Desk, ARIJ – Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism
Hamoud Almahmoud is the head of The Research & Data Desk at Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ). He is also working as a coach and trainer focusing on follow the money & corruption investigations. | Previously, worked as an Editor in chief at (Aliqtisadi) Business Magazine & Aliqtisadi.com portal. | Lecturer at Damascus University (Faculty of Media, Radio and TV department). | Also, participated in some research papers at... Read More →
avatar for Aamir Latif

Aamir Latif

Bureau Chief, Online International News Network
Aamir Latif began his career as an investigative reporter in 2001 as a member of the investigative reporting wing of the US News and World Report and remained with the magazine until 2008. He now heads the Karachi Bureau of Pakistan’s  largest independent wire service, Online News Network. He also works for Christian Science Monitor, Global Post, and CBS radio in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Amir often appears... Read More →
avatar for Edi Pramono Stefanus Teguh

Edi Pramono Stefanus Teguh

Journalist, Tempo magazine
Edi Pramono Stefanus Teguh (Pram) works for Tempo magazine in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2013 he won the 2013 Kate Webb Prize for frontline journalism for his reporting on the bloody civil war in Syria and his investigation of the Jakarta drug trade.


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: The Business of Investigative Reporting: What Models Work? (Eng, Port, Span)

Investigative journalism has been through a tough decade, reeling from lack of advertising, a global recession, and changing technology. What are the successful economic models to support in-depth investigations by the news media? Are data-centric projects the answer? A move to a nonprofit model? Niche publishing? State subsidies? A distinguished panel of veteran editors looks at the alternatives.


Moderators
avatar for Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis

Executive Director, Investigative News Network
Kevin Davis is CEO and Executive Director of the Investigative News Network (INN), a growing consortium of more than 80 nonprofit newsrooms producing nonpartisan investigative and public interest journalism. Davis oversees INN’s efforts to promote the sustainability of its member organizations, and increase the impact of their reporting through collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for Reg Chua

Reg Chua

Executive Editor, Editorial Operations, Data and Innovation, Thomson Reuters
Reg Chua has been a journalist for more than a quarter of a century, working in print, electronic media, television and radio. He’s currently Executive Editor, Editorial Operations, Data and Innovation at Thomson Reuters, based in New York. From July 2009 to March 2011, he was Editor-in-Chief of the South China Morning Post, responsible for the editorial operations of the Hong Kong-based news media company.  Prior to that, he... Read More →
avatar for Sheila Coronel

Sheila Coronel

Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia University
Sheila is academic dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She is concurrently also director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Stabile professor of professional practice. She began her reporting career in the Philippines and was co-founder of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. She is the author and editor of more than a dozen books.
avatar for Charles Lewis

Charles Lewis

Founding Executive Editor, Investigative Reporting Workshop
A bestselling author and national investigative journalist for over 30 years, Charles Lewis is a tenured professor of journalism and since 2008 the founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C. He is the founder of The Center for Public Integrity (including its International Consortium of Investigative Journalists) and other nonprofit... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
P+1 (Kennedy)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

ABRAJI : "The Home of the Forgotten": Violence in Psychiatric Hospitals (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Marcelo Moreira

Marcelo Moreira

Editor-in-chief, TV Globo
Current Abraji President, Moreira is editor-in-chief of RJTV Monday edition, local television news from TV Globo in Rio de Janeiro. He began his career as a Reporter at A Notícia newspaper, in 1991. In 2006, he was elected member of the INSI’ council (International News Safety Institute), a NGO created by the International Federation of Journalists that works to ensure the safety of media professionals around the world.

Speakers
avatar for Roberto Cabrini

Roberto Cabrini

Reporter/Editor, SBT
Cabrini began his career at age 16 in a radio and a newspaper from Sao Paulo and, at 17, was hired by TV Globo as Reporter – the younger Reporter in the country. Throughout his career, he covered six international wars (Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, Cambodia, Kashmir and Haiti); participated of five Olympics and five World Cups, was a correspondent for eight years - four of them in London and four in New York - besides to achieve coverage... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
D (Ginásio)

2:00pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Fraudes Financieros (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Andres D´Alessandro

Andres D´Alessandro

Executive Director, FOPEA
Nació en 1973 en Buenos Aires (Argentina). Es licenciado en Ciencias de la Comunicación (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires).  | En la actualidad se desempeña como Director Ejecutivo del Foro de Periodismo Argentino (Fopea). | Anteriormente integró la corresponsalía en Buenos Aires del diario Los Angeles Times y fue corresponsal del Instituto Prensa y Sociedad (IPYS, de... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jorge Enrique González Patiño

Jorge Enrique González Patiño

Editor Investigations Team, Dinero Magazine
Jorge Enrique González Patiño es comunicador social, periodista y magíster en Relaciones Internacionales. Durante la actividad periodística, a la que ha consagrado 30 años de su vida, ha desempeñado entre otros cargos de relevancia los siguientes: Editor de la Unidad Investigativa, Editor de Justicia y Editor de la Unidad de Paz del diario El Tiempo de Bogotá; Jefe de Redacción de la... Read More →
avatar for Mabel Rehnfelt

Mabel Rehnfelt

Editora ABC, Diario ABC Color
Periodismo de investigación y periodismo digital. Directora de ABC Digital, ABC Televisión y Radio. Apasionada por las búsquedas con herramientas digitales e investigaciones de campo.
avatar for Nicolás Wiñazki

Nicolás Wiñazki

Journalist, Clarín Newspaper
Nicolás Wiñazki tiene 33 años. Es periodista desde los 18. Estudió Letras en la Universidad de Morón de Buenos Aires, y en la de El Salvador.  Su primer trabajo en el oficio fue en la Revista Noticias, de Editorial Perfil, en la que se desempeñó durante ocho años en diferentes áreas: empezó en la sección Cultura y pasó después a Política... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

2:00pm

COLPIN: Taller "Investigando Crimen Organizado con Datos Abiertos" (Span)
Speakers
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C5 (RDC)

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Databases for Investigations - Advanced - Summarizing and Matching Data (Eng)
Learn how to use a database manager (Microsoft Acccess) to summarize data for investigative stories to discover patterns and outliers. You will also learn how to match information through joining tables (files) to uncover information. Take the beginning Database manager course earlier in the day if possible.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Open Refine To Clean Data (Eng)
Learn how to use Open Refine (was Google Refine) to clean data (get rid of misspellings and other errors) before you analyze data. Cleaning data can be critical to getting accurate results from your analysis. 

Resources here


Speakers
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →
avatar for Peter Verweij

Peter Verweij

Director, D3-Media multimedia and data journalism
Peter Verweij works with his company D3-Media as a trainer and consultant for the new media; giving training at mayor Dutch newspapers and TV newsrooms. This year his activities are focusing on data journalism; training for mayor Dutch and Belgium newspapers: HDC Media and de Telegraaf; Persgroep(Volksrant Trouw AD en Parool) and Financieel Dagblad. Verweij took part as trainer and consultant in the project for Arab journalists, teaching in... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Spreadsheets for Investigations - Advanced - Rates, Ratios and Graphs (Eng)
Learn how to use spreadsheets to do your calculations such as rates for crime or accidents, ratios and to put your results in charts. Take the beginning Spreadsheet earlier in the day if possible.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Horvit

Mark Horvit

Executive Director, IRE
Mark Horvit is the executive Director of Investigative Reporters & Editors. He oversees training, conferences and services for more than 4,300 members worldwide, and for programs including the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) and DocumentCloud.
avatar for Marcus Lindemann

Marcus Lindemann

Foreleser, SKUP
Marcus Lindemann er tysk producer og journalist og har laget mange dokumentarer for ZDF, Europas største TV-stasjon. Han har undervist journalister i bruk av internett helt siden 1998. Han har undervist ved gravekonferanser i Asia og Afrika, og han har vært foredragsholder ved Global Intestigative Journalism Conference i Kiev i 2013 og i Rio i 2013. | ________ | Marcus Lindemann is an executive producer and journalist from Germany... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Professors Track: Papers on Investigative & Data Journalism / Papers sobre Periodismo de Investigación y Periodismo de Datos (Span)
Danghelly Giovanna Zúñiga y Óscar Parra presentarán un paper que escribieron en conjunto sobre los desafíos en la vinculación de nuevos actores en el periodismo investigativo en Colombia y la incidencia del periodismo de datos en el país. Daniela Pastrana analiza los desafíos y posibilidades de las escuelas de periodismo en México, uno de los lugares más difíciles del continente para ejercer la profesión. Margarita Torres aborda una “relación (im)posible”: el acceso a la información pública como herramienta del periodismo de investigación en México. Martha Romero reflexiona sobre la formación de periodistas investigativos en su paper “El periodismo y la apropiación social del conocimiento”.

Moderators
avatar for Mago Torres

Mago Torres

Pesquisadora, Universidad Iberoamericana
Periodistas de a Pie (México)

Speakers
avatar for Oscar Parra Castellanos

Oscar Parra Castellanos

Journalist and a computer engineer, Universidad del Rosario
Oscar Parra is a journalist and a computer engineer with more than 10 years of experience.  Parra is a professor of the program of Journalism and Public Opinion in the University of Rosario in Bogota, Colombia, and the editor of Rutas del Conflicto, a project of Centro Nacional de Memoria Historica and the web site VerdadAbierta.com.
avatar for Daniela Pastrana

Daniela Pastrana

Executive Director, Periodistas de a Pie
Periodista especializada en derechos humanos y movimientos sociales. Sus crónicas retratan a las personas más desprotegidas y los movimientos sociales. Actualmente escribe para la agencia Inter Press Service (IPS). Coautora de varios libros colectivos, ha sido profesora y jurado en diversos premios de periodismo. Desde 2010 es la Directora Ejecutiva de Periodistas de a Pie
avatar for Danghelly Giovanna Zuniga Reyes

Danghelly Giovanna Zuniga Reyes

Profesora-investigadora, Universidad del Rosario
Colombiana. Profesora adscrita al Programa de Periodismo y Opinión Pública de la Universidad del Rosario. Socióloga (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Magíster en Estudios Políticos (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Magistra en Comunicación (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana), Doctoranda en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana).Correo electrónico: danghelly.zuniga@urosario.edu.co
avatar for Martha Romero

Martha Romero

Docente tiempo completo facultad de ciencias sociales y humanas, Universidad Autónoma del Caribe
Soy docente del programa de Dirección y Producción de radio y Televisión, investigadora en temas relacionados con la comunicación para el cambio social, especialmente comunicación-educación y apropiación social del conocimiento.Comunicadora Social-Periodista, Licenciada en Idiomas, Especialista en gerencia de Proyectos, Especialista en pedagogía para el desarrollo del aprendizaje autónomo, Magistra en Comunicación.


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:45pm

GLOBAL: Staying Alive: Security for Organized Crime Reporting (Eng)
How to stay alive when reporting on organized crime and corruption. Learn practical steps from editors responsible for keeping reporters alive covering the most dangerous topics in some of the world's most dangerous places. 

Speakers
avatar for Stevan Dojcinovic

Stevan Dojcinovic

Investigative reporter, Serbian Center for Investigative Reporting
Stevan Dojcinovic is an investigative reporter based in Belgrade who works for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and the Centre for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS).  He specializes in investigating links between organized crime and Balkan businessmen, privatisation deals, money laundering, private security agencies and the gambling industry. He also teaches journalists how to collect and analyse... Read More →
avatar for Paul Radu

Paul Radu

Executive Director, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Paul Radu is the executive director of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and a co-creator of the Investigative Dashboard concept. He has held a number of fellowships, including the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowship in 2001, the Milena Jesenska Press Fellowship in 2002, the Rosalyn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism in 2007, the 2008 Knight International Journalism fellowship with the International... Read More →
avatar for Drew Sullivan

Drew Sullivan

Editor, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Drew Sullivan, USA, co-founded the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Program (OCCRP) where he now serves as editor-in-chief. He is a journalist and social entrepreneur who founded the Center for Investigative Reporting in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2004 as well as the Journalism Development Network, an innovative media development organization with programs worldwide. He is the recipient of the European Press Prize, the Daniel Pearl Award... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:30pm

Coffee Break
Coffee is on your own. 

Saturday October 12, 2013 3:30pm - 4:00pm
TBA

3:30pm

ABRAJI: Books Signing: "O Holocausto Brasileiro" and "Grandes Agências Secretas"
Speakers
DA

Daniela Arbex

Special Reporter, Tribuna de Minas
Daniela Arbex, 40, is a special correspondent of the Tribune of Minas, where she works for 18 years in the General publishing. With a career marked by defend the human rights; the Brazilian reporter is one of the most awarded of her generation. Last year, the series "Brazilian Holocaust" was the winner by the popular Jury, of the Latin American Conference of Investigative Journalism. In 2010, she won the Knight International Journalism Award... Read More →
avatar for José Manuel Diogo

José Manuel Diogo

CEO, Agenda Setting


Saturday October 12, 2013 3:30pm - 4:00pm
P (Pilotis)

4:00pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Covering 21st Century Corruption and Organized Crime (Eng, Port, Span)

The amount of criminal money washing around the world each year is estimated at $2 trillion, and it affects everything from health and human rights to democracy and national security. Investigative stories have always led to cases involving corrupt activities and criminal conspiracies. But the nature of corrupt and criminal acts is changing quickly with technology and globalization. How can investigative journalists stay on top of techniques to follow and expose crime and corruption in the 21st Century?

Here are three true experts who will offer tips and tools for following the money and tracking bad guys around the world. The panel will feature the official release by Paul Radu of Investigative Dashboard 2.0, a toolkit developed by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and Google. Also featured: Xanic von Bertrab will share her experience investigating retail giant Walmart's bribery in Mexico, which earned a Pulitzer Prize this year; and veteran investigative journalist and teacher Sheila Coronel will share lessons from years of investigating corruption in the Philippines and worldwide.  


Moderators
avatar for Mark Horvit

Mark Horvit

Executive Director, IRE
Mark Horvit is the executive Director of Investigative Reporters & Editors. He oversees training, conferences and services for more than 4,300 members worldwide, and for programs including the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) and DocumentCloud.

Speakers
avatar for Xanic von Bertrab

Xanic von Bertrab

Freelance journalist
Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab shared the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting with David Barstow and the New York Times for their investigation into bribery by the Walmart corporation in Mexico. She has worked for two decades as an investigative journalist for Mexican newspapers and magazines. starting in Guadalajara as a radio broadcaster and writer with the Siglo 21 newspaper. She later joined the paper’s... Read More →
avatar for Sheila Coronel

Sheila Coronel

Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia University
Sheila is academic dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She is concurrently also director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Stabile professor of professional practice. She began her reporting career in the Philippines and was co-founder of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. She is the author and editor of more than a dozen books.
avatar for Paul Radu

Paul Radu

Executive Director, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Paul Radu is the executive director of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and a co-creator of the Investigative Dashboard concept. He has held a number of fellowships, including the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowship in 2001, the Milena Jesenska Press Fellowship in 2002, the Rosalyn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism in 2007, the 2008 Knight International Journalism fellowship with the International... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
D (Ginásio)

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Investigating Poverty and Development (Eng, Port, Span)

Millions are made by the agencies and institutions who say they are doing "development" and "humanitarian aid" or "helping the poor." They can be just as corrupt or misguided as crooks and scammers. But how can journalists in the so-called "beneficiary" countries look into these oft-powerful organizations, who portray themselves as not-for-profit benefactors? What can a journalist do when there is little documentation or no open records laws? How to make arguments that pit the public interest against what some say is "development"? 

The panel features journalists Daniela Arbex of Brazil, Lafontaine Orvild of Haiti, and Malou Mangahas of the Philippines. The group will talk about a series of major investigations: one which exposed a "holocaust" at a gruesome hospital-turned-prison and death camp, and another which shed light on how, with the help of the World Bank and the Haitian government, Canadian and U.S. companies are poised to exploit most of Haiti's mineral wealth. In both cases, the victims were or are the poor, the exploited and the cast-offs, those with the least access to journalists and to media outlets. Mangahas will speak about her work at the pioneering Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism investigating corrupt foreign assistance and government contracting. As they talk about they work, the panelists will share some of the tricks, tactics and techniques they used, and they will also make the case for investigative journalism that looks into the so-called "good works" of the powerful institutions and agencies working in the "global South."


Moderators
avatar for Jane Regan

Jane Regan

coordinator + UEH professor, Haiti Grassroots Watch
English, Español, Kreyòl. Professor at the Université d'Etat d'Haïti (Haiti's State University), and coordinator of the Haiti Grassroots Watch collaborative – a multimedia, multilanguage “reconstruction watch” partnership of "alternative" media institutions, students from the State University of Haiti's Faculty of Human Sciences and volunteers from some of the country's community radio stations. My research interests are social movement... Read More →

Speakers
DA

Daniela Arbex

Special Reporter, Tribuna de Minas
Daniela Arbex, 40, is a special correspondent of the Tribune of Minas, where she works for 18 years in the General publishing. With a career marked by defend the human rights; the Brazilian reporter is one of the most awarded of her generation. Last year, the series "Brazilian Holocaust" was the winner by the popular Jury, of the Latin American Conference of Investigative Journalism. In 2010, she won the Knight International Journalism Award... Read More →
avatar for Malou Mangahas

Malou Mangahas

Executive Director, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
MALOU MANGAHAS is executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, a pioneering nonprofit launched in 1989. She is a veteran of Philippine journalism, served as a Nieman fellow at Harvard University, and has worked for various newspapers and news agencies based in Manila and overseas. She has worked for radio (briefly as a program host) and television (as executive producer of Debate, and as co-host of Palaban... Read More →
avatar for Lafontaine Orvild

Lafontaine Orvild

Assistant Coordinator/Journalist, Haiti Grassroots Watch
I am convinced the truth can be revolutionary! I have been an investigative journalist at Haiti Grassroots Watch for two years, trying to expose some of the waste, corruption and bad policies that followed Haiti's deadly 2010 earthquake. | | Estoy convencido de la verdad puede ser revolucionario! He sido un periodista de investigación para "Haiti Grassroots Watch" por dos años, tratando de exponer la derrochas de dinero, la corrupción y... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Producing the Investigative Documentary (Eng)

BBC Panorama’s distinguished producer Tom Giles will share his knowledge on the production of long form investigative TV documentaries. Browsing through his extensive portfolio of stories, Giles will take participants through the process and pitfalls of producing a story in compelling images and gripping storytelling. There will be plenty of room for questions from the audience.



Moderators
avatar for Margo Smit

Margo Smit

Ombudsman, Onderzoeksjournalist, NOS, Margo Smit Journalistiek
Margo Smit has been the Director of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists until September 2015. Now she is working as ombudsman at the Dutch Broadcasting Foundation (NOS) and as an independent investigative journalist. Smit is author of several publications about freedom of information, investigative journalism and cross border investigations. She is also a frequent speaker and moderator on international conferences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tom Giles

Tom Giles

Editor, BBC Panorama
Tom Giles is editor of Panorama, the BBC's flagship current affairs series. He began his BBC career in 1991 as an assistant producer for World Service Radio. He has since worked on the Nine O'clock News, Newsnight, Panorama, Horizon and, for Current Affairs, on series such as Hooligans and the BBC Two's White Season and BBC's factual drama development. He served as an executive producer for BBC Current Affairs and was responsible for some... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

ABRAJI: Amazon and Memory: the Reporter's Role in Documenting Conflict Narratives (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Angelina Nunes

Angelina Nunes

Assistant editor, O Globo/Abraji
Graduated in Journalism in 1982 for UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). Is assistant editor for Rio in O Globo newspaper and coordinates the public administration group of it. | | Before join the diary in 1991, she worked in video production, radio, TV and for O Dia newspaper. Post-graduated in Public Policy and Government School (EPPG/Iuperj) and MBA in Executives Programme Infoglobo (Ibmec/Rio, 2006). | | Awards: Esso Southeast in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eliane Brum

Eliane Brum

Independent journalist, columnist
Journalist, writer and documentarist. She worked for 11 years as reporter at the Jornal Zero Hora in Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul state), and for 10 years as special reporter at Revista Época, in São Paulo. | | Eliane has already won nearly 50 national and international awards, as Esso, Vladimir Herzog, Ayrton Senna, Interamerican Society of Press and Rey de España. In 2008, she won the UN Special Trophy Press. In 2011... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

4:00pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones Históricas (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Luis Jaime Cisneros

Luis Jaime Cisneros

Board Member, IPYS
Corresponsal de la Agencia France Presse. Cubre noticias para AFP desde hace dos décadas. Ha sido periodista de los semanarios Caretas yOiga, y de los diarios peruanos El Observador y El Mundo y corresponsal de Liberation de Francia y del servicio en español de BBC de Londres y la agencia internacional de noticias France Presse (AFP) y  miembro de la Asociación de Prensa Extranjera... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for José Raúl Olmos Castillo

José Raúl Olmos Castillo

Journalist, AM Newspaper
Periodista de profesión desde 1988. He colaborado con los periódicos Reforma, AM, Provincia y la revista Emeequis, así como en noticieros de radio. | Obtuve el Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2009, un premio de la SIP en 2004 y Mención de Honor en el Premio Latinoamericano de Periodismo de Investigación 2010. | En tres años consecutivos he participado en COLPIN en la exposición de los reportajes ‘La Gran Estafa del Gobierno... Read More →
avatar for Germán Jiménez

Germán Jiménez

Journalist, El Colombiano Newspaper
Es Comunicador Social-Periodista de la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana y combina su ejercicio del periodismo con el oficio de escritor. Es autor de los libros Tras las huellas del apagón; Colombia se apaga; El señor de las EPM; La calidad, una filosofía de vida; El jefe se jubila; Las intocables EPM; Aghh, tengo unas ganas de pegarle a mi jefe; Naufragio cultural y otras historias de periodismo económico... Read More →
avatar for Ewald Scharfenberg

Ewald Scharfenberg

Director, Armando Info
I currently work as correspondant in Venezuela for El País, an spanish newspaper (www.elpais.com). I am also President of the Board of Instituto Prensa y Sociedad de Venezuela (www.ipys.org.ve). I'm passionate about well narrated (and, of course, investigated) stories. Right now I'm working on a story about former german SS scientists that got reunited in Venezuela after World War II.


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
P+1 (Kennedy)

4:00pm

COLPIN: Taller "Manipulación automática de datos" (Span)
Speakers
avatar for Rigoberto Carvajal

Rigoberto Carvajal

La Nación Newspaper
Ingeniero en Computación graduado del Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, con más de 7 años de experiencia en producción de software y administración de datos. Actualmente es Jefe Analista de Datos de la unidad de Investigación en La Nación de Costa Rica. Está a cargo de tareas de administración de bases de datos, procesos de extracción, transformación y carga... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C5 (RDC)

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Advanced Search: Google Trends and Correlate (Eng)
Top Google trainer Guilherme dos Anjos will show you how to get the best data as fast and accurately as possible and compare search/trends data over geography and time.

Speakers
avatar for Guilherme dos Anjos

Guilherme dos Anjos

Senior Account Manager, Google
Guilherme dos Anjos is a senior account manager with Google. With more than 9 years of experience in digital marketing -- more recently, developing strategies and campaigns for large clients in the tech sector.Guilherme has spoken on digital media and advertising on behalf of Google at conferences in Brazil, the United States, Portugal and Ireland. An expert in Google products, Guilherme has also led multiple trainings and "tip and tricks... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Finding the Right Data for your Investigation: From International to Regional (Eng)
Learn how to find the right international and regional datasets from the Web from which you can create subsets for your country or city.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Databases for Investigations: Avoiding Errors and Cleaning Data (Eng)
Learn how to standardize and clean data quickly using tools such as “update” in a database manager. Inaccuracies and repetition must often be eliminated from databases before they can be analyzed and a database manager allows many corrections to be made at once.

Speakers
avatar for Jaimie Dowdell

Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Spreadsheets for Investigations: The Power of the Pivot Table (Eng)
A pivot table is a tool in a spreadsheet that is easy to learn and allows you to summarize data quickly so you can total amounts by such things as political candidates or agencies or regions.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Doig

Steve Doig

Knight Chair of Journalism, Arizona State University
Knight Chair of Journalism specialized in Computer Assisted Reporting. Former Miami Herald data journalist/research editor. Data projects have won Pulitzer, IRE Award, Goldsmith Prize and George Polk Award. My current passion is alerting reporters to their duty to use good security when communicating with vulnerable sources.
avatar for Kate Willson

Kate Willson

News Advisor, Oregon State University


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Professors Track: Papers on Investigative & Data Journalism (Eng)

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin will present the preliminary finds of an online survey that has just been applied to analyze the practice and teaching on investigative journalism in Latin American countries. The survey asks journalists, journalism students and journalism professors in Latin America about their perceptions related the the practice and the pedagogy of investigative journalism in the region.

Professor James Hollings presents a paper on how to teach investigative journalism and have students actually produce and present an investigation during the time allowed when taking a class.



Moderators
avatar for James Hollings

James Hollings

Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Massey University
Journalism, big, small, wide, narrow, deep!, After 27 years at it, I still get excited by determined, persistent reporting. I worked as a journalist on newspapers and radio for 18 years, with a special interest in investigation. I now teach on NZ's only Master of Journalism programme, where I supervise the investigative journalism component. I am also a founder of the New Zealand Centre for Investigative Journalism. I have a particular interest... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rosental Alves

Rosental Alves

Professor, University of Texas, Austin
Alves began his academic career in the United States in March 1996, after 27 years as a professional journalist, including seven years as a journalism professor in Brazil. He moved to Austin from Rio de Janeiro, where he was the managing editor and member of the board of directors of Jornal do Brasil, one of the most important Brazilian newspapers. Alves worked for that paper for 23 years.For more than a decade, Alves was a foreign... Read More →


Saturday October 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B1 (IAG)

5:30pm

Reception
After our first day together, come meet your colleagues, have a drink, and network at a welcoming reception. Sponsored by the anti-corruption NGO Global Integrity, this open event takes place at our conference venue, the PUC campus, in an area known as pilotis.

Saturday October 12, 2013 5:30pm - 7:30pm
P (Pilotis)
 
Sunday, October 13
 

9:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Cutting-Edge Environmental Reporting (Eng, Port, Span)

How to investigate some of the most important issues on our globe. Strategies, methods, techniques and sources for breaking the untold environmental stories in our near future. Gustavo Faleiros will talk about digital mapping and geojournalism. Subhra Priyadarshini broke the story on the world's first “vanishing islands” by digging into satellite images, scientific papers and reports. And she did the footwork talking to affected climate refugees in the Ganges delta. Mark Schapiro is an expert on carbon markets and fraud in the age of climate change.


Speakers
avatar for Gustavo Faleiros

Gustavo Faleiros

Knight International Journalism Fellow, International Center for Journalists
Knight International Journalism Fellow Gustavo Faleiros is an environmental journalist and media trainer who specializes in data-driven journalism. During his first Knight International Journalism Fellowship last year, Faleiros launched InfoAmazonia, a digital map that uses satellite and other publicly available data to monitor the Amazon rainforest.
avatar for Subhra Priyadarshini

Subhra Priyadarshini

Editor, Nature India, Nature Publishing Group
Subhra Priyadarshini joined Nature India after a decade-long stint with mainstream Indian media. She took to writing science when in journalism school. Though she chased deadlines to cover politics and sports, fashion and films, crime and natural disasters as a journalist, she kept coming back to her first love — science. Subhra has a bachelor’s degree in zoology. She dabbled in law after majoring in Personnel Management and... Read More →
avatar for Mark Schapiro

Mark Schapiro

Contributor, Center for Investigative Reporting
MARK SCHAPIRO is an award-winning journalist who specializes in international environmental investigations, probing into the intersection between the environment, economics and political power. His work is published in Harpers, The Nation, Yale 360, Mother Jones, Newsweek, The Atlantic, and other publications, and he worked as a correspondent for the PBS newsmagazine FRONLTINE/World. He was until recently senior correspondent at the Center for... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
D (Ginásio)

9:00am

GLOBAL: China & Investigative Journalism (Eng)
Every international story seems to lead to China these days. Look at food, medicine, trade, tobacco, fishing, climate change, and international aid, just for example, and a Chinese angle soon becomes clear. How do we report accurately on the world's second largest economy, follow the trails of Chinese investment, and work with our colleagues in the People's Republic? Here are three extraordinary journalists who bring different but complementary perspectives to the issue: Ying Chan, who has helped pioneer investigative and data journalism in the region, working from her base at the University of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Centre; Singapore native Reg Chua, who oversaw development of the groundbreaking Connected China, the interactive mapping of who runs China; and Ji Tianqin, part of a new generation of Chinese investigative journalists, whose team at the gutsy Southern Weekly produced an eight-part series helping expose the Bo Xilai case, one of China’s largest ever political scandals. 

Moderators
avatar for Mark Horvit

Mark Horvit

Executive Director, IRE
Mark Horvit is the executive Director of Investigative Reporters & Editors. He oversees training, conferences and services for more than 4,300 members worldwide, and for programs including the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) and DocumentCloud.

Speakers
avatar for Ying Chan

Ying Chan

Director & Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Centre, University of Hong Kong
Ying Chan is a writer, educator, and the founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. As an academic unit of HKU, the JMSC offers professional graduate and undergraduate degrees in journalism, and MPhil and PhD degrees. She was also the founding dean (2003-2011) of the journalism school at Shantou University in China. Prior to joining HKU in 1998, Chan spent 23 years working as a journalist in New York City, where she... Read More →
avatar for Reg Chua

Reg Chua

Executive Editor, Editorial Operations, Data and Innovation, Thomson Reuters
Reg Chua has been a journalist for more than a quarter of a century, working in print, electronic media, television and radio. He’s currently Executive Editor, Editorial Operations, Data and Innovation at Thomson Reuters, based in New York. From July 2009 to March 2011, he was Editor-in-Chief of the South China Morning Post, responsible for the editorial operations of the Hong Kong-based news media company.  Prior to that, he... Read More →
TJ

Tianqin Ji

Journalist, Southern Weekly
Ji Tianqin is part of a new generation of investigative journalists in China. Since 2011, she has worked as a reporter for Southern Weekly (南方周末), an influential, Guangzhou-based newspaper known for its gutsy, probing reporting. She was part of an investigative team at the weekly that produced “Uncovering Wang Lijun,” a 50,000-word, eight-part series reporting on one of China’s largest ever political scandals. The... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Protecting Journalists: Roundtable on Improving UN/OAS Assistance (Eng)
This roundtable features an informal discussion with UN and OAS representatives on how to better protect journalists around the world. Journalists are encouraged to express their frank opinions about what is needed from policymakers, governments, and international agreements. Participating will be the special rapporteurs for freedom of expression from the United Nations and the Organization of American States. UNESCO, which has responsibility to lead the UN Plan on Safety of Journalists, will be represented by its lead person for the plan in Latin America. 

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En esta mesa redonda se realizará una discusión informal con representantes de la ONU y la OEA sobre cómo proteger mejor a los periodistas alrededor del mundo. La idea es que los periodistas puedan expresar su opinión sobre qué pueden aportar los diseñadores de políticas públicas, gobiernos y organismos internacionales. Participarán los relatores especiales de libertad de expresión de las Naciones Unidas y la Organización de Estados Americanos. UNESCO, que tiene la responsabilidad de liderar un plan de la ONU sobre la seguridad de los periodistas, también estará presente con su representante del plan en América Latina. 

Moderators
avatar for Rosemary Armao

Rosemary Armao

Associate Professor, SUNY-Albany
Rosemary Armao teaches in the Department of Communication and Journalism at SUNY-Albany. Previously she was a reporter and editor at wire services and newspapers. She has trained journalists and worked on media development projects throughout Eastern Europe and Africa. She is a former executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors and a former JAWS president.

Speakers
avatar for Catalina Botero

Catalina Botero

Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Organization of American States
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights elected Colombian attorney Catalina Botero Marino as Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression in July 2008. | Before assuming the position of Special Rapporteur, Dr. Botero Marino worked as Acting Magistrate and Auxiliary Magistrate in the Constitutional Court of Colombia for 8 years. Previously she has held a number of posts, including: adviser for the Office of the Prosecutor General of the... Read More →
avatar for Guilherme Canela

Guilherme Canela

Coordinator - Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO
Guilherme Canela holds a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Brasília (UnB) and a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of São Paulo (USP). He coordinates the programmatic area of the Communication and Information Sector of the UNESCO Montevideo Office. | He coordinated the media and journalism research area of the News Agency for Children’s Rights (ANDI) for 8 years. During this... Read More →
avatar for Frank La Rue

Frank La Rue

Special Rapporteur, UN
Since August 2008 Frank La Rue has served as the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression. He is a lawyer and current Director of the Centro-American Institute for Social Democracy Studies (DEMOS) in Guatemala. He holds a degree in law from the University of San Carlos, Guatemala, and a postgraduate degree in U.S. foreign policy from Johns Hopkins University... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

ABRAJI: "Paradise Under Siege" : Land Conflicts between Indians and Wood Smugglers (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Eliane Brum

Eliane Brum

Independent journalist, columnist
Journalist, writer and documentarist. She worked for 11 years as reporter at the Jornal Zero Hora in Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul state), and for 10 years as special reporter at Revista Época, in São Paulo. | | Eliane has already won nearly 50 national and international awards, as Esso, Vladimir Herzog, Ayrton Senna, Interamerican Society of Press and Rey de España. In 2008, she won the UN Special Trophy Press. In 2011... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Miriam Leitao

Miriam Leitao

Reporter/Columnist, TV Globo/O Globo/CBN/Globonews
Graduated in Journalism for UnB (Universidade de Brasilia), has completed 40 years of journalism in 2012. Has already worked for Gazeta Mercantil, Jornal do Brasil and O Estado de S.Paulo newspapers, and Veja magazine. | | Since 1991, runs a daily column in O Globo newspaper and a blog in its website. Is economy columnist for TV Globo and CBN Radio, and hosts a show for GloboNews cable TV.  | Formada em jornalismo pela UnB... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B4 (AMEX)

9:00am

ABRAJI: Renewing Sources for Business Journalism (Port)
Moderators
avatar for José Roberto de Toledo

José Roberto de Toledo

Columnist/Editor, O Estado de S.Paulo
Is journalist since 1986. Graduated in Journalism by the Sao Paulo University, Toledo is currently Colunista for O Estado de S.Paulo, blogger at the newspaper site and Colunista at RedeTV!, besides being the vice-President of Abraji (of which he is one of the founders). | | Specialized in research analysis and CAR (Computer Assisted Reporting) for over 13 years, he trained over 500 journalists - in nine states of Brazil and in Argentina... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jose Paulo Kupfer

Jose Paulo Kupfer

Columnist, O Estado de S.Paulo
Graduated in Economics at University of São Paulo, Kupfer is also a member of the Group Survey of Institute of Economic Research. He worked in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro at “Fatos e Fotos”, “Correio da Manhã”, “O Globo”, “Exame”, “Jornal do Brasil”, “Veja”, “IstoÉ”, “Zero Hora”, “Gazeta Mercantil” and... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
A (Pastoral)

9:00am

COLPIN: Investigaciones Premiadas (Eng, Span, Port)
Moderators
avatar for Augusto Álvarez Rodrich

Augusto Álvarez Rodrich

President, IPYS
Nació en Lima el 12 de octubre de 1959. Es economista de la Universidad del Pacífico (graduado sobresaliente cum laude) y Máster en Administración Pública de la Escuela de Gobierno John F. Kennedy de la Universidad de Harvard. También ha seguido cursos de especialización en las universidades de Stanford, Manchester y Northwestern. | | Es columnista diario en La República e integrante de su Consejo Editorial; y conduce de lunes a... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Xanic von Bertrab

Xanic von Bertrab

Freelance journalist
Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab shared the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting with David Barstow and the New York Times for their investigation into bribery by the Walmart corporation in Mexico. She has worked for two decades as an investigative journalist for Mexican newspapers and magazines. starting in Guadalajara as a radio broadcaster and writer with the Siglo 21 newspaper. She later joined the paper’s... Read More →
avatar for Sergio Rangel

Sergio Rangel

jornalist, Folha de S.Paulo
Periodista de la Folha de S. Paulo, ganador de tres premios Folha y uno Esso, cubierto tres Copas Mundiales de Fútbol.  | Comenzó su carrera en el periódico O Estado de S. Paulo en 1995. Hace 16 años, el periodista trabaja en Folha de S. Paulo. | Durante este período, Sérgio Rangel fue enviado especial a más de 30 países, entre ellos Corea del Norte y Haití. | Lo periodista... Read More →
avatar for Rubens Valente

Rubens Valente

Reporter, Folha de S.Paulo
Valente is Reporter for the Folha de S.Paulo branch office in Brasilia, where he works for 13 years. He is a Reporter since 1989. Won the Esso Award for Reporting in 2001, for a story on the suspect activities and earnings of the Diretor of a NGO (Legion of Good Will). In 2002 and 2010, won the Great Folha Award - the last one, for a story produced with Andreza Matais, Fernanda Odilla and Filipe Coutinho on the influence peddling scheme involving... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C1 (RDC)

9:00am

COLPIN: Taller "Investigando el Comercio Internacional de Productos Restringidos" (Span)
Speakers
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C5 (RDC)

9:00am

GLOBAL: Tracking Social Media: for Breaking News Investigations and Later Stories (Eng)
This session will show examples of the analyzing social media for breaking news investigations and for bigger investigations and show the tools that can help you do that.

Resources here


Speakers
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Using Maritime Databases To Track Organized Crime (Eng)

Giannina Segnini will lead a special session in using maritime databases to track shipments of cargo around the world.


Speakers
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Visualizing data - Demonstrations and Hands-on Training (Eng)
Amanda Cox of the New York Times is a leading expert in visualizing data for stories. She will show examples, demonstrate how it is done and suggest digital tools you can use for visualizing data.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Cox

Amanda Cox

Graphics Editor, New York Times
Amanda Cox (@amandacox) is a graphics editor at the New York Times. Before joining the Times in 2005, she earned a masters degree in statistics from the University of Washington. She received the Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award from the American Statistical Association in 2012 and was part of a team that won a National Design Award in 2009.


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Hack in Rio 2013 (Eng)
Limited Capacity seats available

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Come join us for Hack in Rio, a data journalism hackday focused on developing visualizations, apps, tools and web projects about government corruption, sports corruption and environmental issues.

Hack in Rio is part of the activities of the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, an event that combines the 8th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, the annual Latin America Investigative Journalism Conference (COLPIN), and the International Congress of ABRAJI (Brazil’s investigative journalism association).

Following the conference theme, Hack in Rio will be focus on advancing quality investigative journalism using technology on the 3 tracks before mentioned: government corruption, sports corruption and environmental issues.

The whole purpose of this hack day is to work on teams to:
-Find, extract and analyze data using existing tools to tell data driven stories.
-Build data journalism apps, visualizations, tools or web projects.  

While the conference is invite-only, the Hack in Rio event is open to talented journalist, developers, designers, civic hackers, students and professionals of all sorts who are interested in discovering and building amazing things.

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Junte-se a nós no Hack in Rio, um hackday sobre jornalismo de dados com foco em desenvolver visualizações, aplicativos, ferramentas e projetos web sobre corrupção governamental, corrupção nos esportes e questões ambientais.

Hack in Rio é uma das atividades da Conferência Global de Jornalismo Investigativo, um evento que agrega o 8º Congresso de Jornalismo Investigativo da Abraji, a 8ª Global Investigative Journalism Conference e a Conferencia Latinoamericana de Periodismo de Investigación (COLPIN).

Seguindo o tema da conferência, Hack in Rio terá como objetivo o avanço do jornalismo investigativo de qualidade usando tecnologia para trabalhar com os três temas antes mencionados: a corrupção no governo, a corrupção nos esportes e questões ambientais.

O principal propósito do Hackday é promover o trabalho de equipes para:
-Achar, extrair e analisar dados usando as ferramentas existentes de jornalismo de dados.
-Construir aplicativos de jornalismo de dados, visualizações, ferramentas e projetos web.  

Embora a conferência seja fechada a convidados, o Hack in Rio é aberto a jornalistas, desenvolvedores, designers, hackers cívicos, estudantes e todo tipo de profissional interessado em descobrir e construir coisas interessantes.

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Ven y súmate a Hack in Río, una jornada de hackeo de periodismo de datos, enfocado a desarrollar visualizaciones, aplicaciones, herramientas y proyectos web sobre corrupción gubernamental, corrupción en el deporte y temas medioambientales. 

Hack in Rio es parte de las actividades de la Global Investigative Journalism Conference, un evento que combina la 8va Global Investigative Journalism Conference, la Conferencia Latinoamericana de Periodismo de Investigación (COLPIN) y el Congreso Internacional de ABRAJI (Asociación de Periodistas de Investigación de Brasil).

Siguiendo la temática central de la conferencia, Hack in Río se centrará en promover la investigación periodística de calidad, usando tecnología en los tres temas mencionados anteriormente: corrupción gubernamental, corrupción en el deporte y temas medioambientales. 

El objetivo principal de este hack day es trabajar en equipos para: 
-Encontrar, extraer y analizar datos usando herramientas para realizar investigaciones periodísticas de datos.
-Construir aplicaciones, visualizaciones, herramientas o proyectos digitales de periodismo de datos. 

Aunque la conferencia es de acceso restringido, el evento Hack in Río es abierto a periodistas, desarrolladores, diseñadores, hackers cívicos, estudiantes y profesionales talentosos de otros rubros interesados en descubrir y construir proyectos increíbles.  

Moderators
avatar for Miguel Paz

Miguel Paz

CEO, Poderopedia
Journalist, founder of Poderopedia.org, co-organizer of Hacks/Hackers Chile, Nieman Berkman Fellow 15`, former Knight ICFJ Fellow and deputy director of ElMostrador.cl. I work with programmers, designers and journalists developing news and transparency projects at Poderomedia foundation, where we also train journalists and build news applications with newsrooms and civic organizations. | | Periodista, fundador de Poderopedia.org... Read More →

Sunday October 13, 2013 9:00am - 7:00pm
P (Pilotis)
  • Host Organization GIJN

10:30am

Coffee Break
Coffee is on your own. 

Sunday October 13, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
TBA

11:00am

GLOBAL: Extractive Industries: Digging into Mining and Oil (Eng)
The mining of diamonds, gold, minerals and oil has long been characterized by secrecy and corruption in much of the world. Learn how to use sources and data, some made available only outside the countries where mines are located, to discern the secret players and relationships behind this vast and lucrative sector. Maren Sæbø, who is writing a book about the connections between Norwegian firms and oil-producing countries in Africa, will give tips on using SEC filings and on reporting in Angola, Nigeria, Mozambique and elsewhere. Khadija Sharife will show you how to connect the dots on corporate relationships using public documents, and pry what information is available out of secrecy jurisdictions. Eric Mwamba will talk about the limits of data, and the critical importance of reporting on the ground in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Diana Jean Schemo of 100Reporters will moderate, and discuss tools for reporting, and getting out the story, across borders.

Moderators
avatar for Diana Jean Schemo

Diana Jean Schemo

100Reporters
100 Reporters Executive Editor / Co-Founder. Diana Jean Schemo is an author and award-winning veteran national and foreign correspondent, with more than 25 years at The New York Times and The Baltimore Sun. She has covered poverty and child abuse, religion and culture, and reported from 31 countries and regions of the world. The Times nominated her coverage of education for a Pulitzer Prize in 2003.

Speakers
avatar for Eric Mwamba

Eric Mwamba

Director, Wealth Magazine Project
Eric Mwamba is a Congolese journalist living in Australia. A past chairman of the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) and correspondent for, among other several media, in Centre and West Africa, he is now setting up a new project: ‘Wealth Magazine’, that is to investigate natural resources, companies and personalities in the DR-Congo and Brazzaville.
avatar for Khadija Sharife

Khadija Sharife

Editor, Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR)
Khadija Sharife is an investigative journalist, editor and non-voting board member with the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR), and coordinator of the Environmental Justice, trade and liabilities project (Ejolt) at University of Kwazulu Natal. She is author of Tax Us If You Can (Africa)among other works. Her work focuses on financial and legal opacity.
avatar for Maren Sæbø

Maren Sæbø

Editor/Board Member, Bundu/SKUP
Maren Sæbø is editor of bundu.no - a website on African Affairs in Norwegian, independent journalist and former editor of Verdensmagasinet X. She was educated in South Africa and has worked in several Norwegian newsrooms.


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

11:00am

GLOBAL: Normalizing Datasets with Talend (Eng)
Giannina Segnini will show you how to normalize (clean) data with an easy to use digital tool known as Talend. Using open source tools for Big Data such as Talend, you don`t need to be a programmer to clean, normalize and cross reference datasets. Learn how to normalize a disorganized dataset to visualize it and analyze.


 

Speakers
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Fighting Back: Legal Tools and More (Eng, Port, Span)

With near-record numbers of attacks on journalists, widespread and growing surveillance, and governments going backwards on free expression, what can journalists do to fight back? What resources are available when we face physical assaults, harassment, lawsuits, and more? Representatives from the Committee To Protect Journalists, Media Legal Defence Initiative, and Organization of American States give practical and needed tips for journalists facing threats of all kinds. 


Moderators
avatar for Henrik Kaufholz

Henrik Kaufholz

Chair of the Board, ECPMF
Henrik Kaufholz, who chairs the ECPMF, is a Danish journalist working for Politiken in Copenhagen. He is also manager of Scoop, which since 2003 has supported investigative reporting in the Balkans and Eastern Europe and which organised the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kyiv in 2011. For his work with Scoop the Danish Union of Journalists 2014 awarded him with 'Carsten Nielsen-legatet'.

Speakers
avatar for Catalina Botero

Catalina Botero

Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Organization of American States
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights elected Colombian attorney Catalina Botero Marino as Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression in July 2008. | Before assuming the position of Special Rapporteur, Dr. Botero Marino worked as Acting Magistrate and Auxiliary Magistrate in the Constitutional Court of Colombia for 8 years. Previously she has held a number of posts, including: adviser for the Office of the Prosecutor General of the... Read More →
avatar for Rob Mahoney

Rob Mahoney

Deputy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists
Robert Mahoney is an experienced international correspondent and press freedom defender. He became CPJ deputy director in January 2007. He oversees CPJ’s core advocacy and reporting and  writes and reports on media issues and the cases of journalists under threat and in prison worldwide. He appears regularly in international media as a commentator on press issues. He has helped lead CPJ advocacy for online journalists and serves as CPJ’s... Read More →
avatar for Peter Noorlander

Peter Noorlander

CEO, Media Legal Defence Initiative
CEO of the Media Legal Defence Initiative, an NGO that provides legal aid to journalists, bloggers and independent media worldwide. With a network of partner organisations and lawyers active in more than 40 countries, we have helped hundreds of journalists successfully fend off legal cases against them. Have a look at our website www.mediadefence.org or facebook.com/mediadefence for more detail on what we do. Email... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
D (Ginásio)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Resources for Corruption/Crime Stories: OECD, Transparency Int'l, UNESCO and UNODC (Eng)
Investigative reporters working to expose crime and corruption have de facto allies, and those allies bring serious resources to the table.  However, the working relationship between journalists, international organisations and NGOs involves the same difficulties that appear in other alliances : different objectives, different timetables, different methods, and different ways of communicating. This panel aims first to get a clear picture of the work being done in international organisations from high-level actors, and how that work can contribute to investigative reporting. A second goal is to identify problems that arise when journalists work with these organisations, and how they can be resolved. Journalists with experience of collaboration with international organisations are urged to attend, critique and contribute. 

Moderators
avatar for Mark Lee Hunter

Mark Lee Hunter

Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
Dr. Mark Lee Hunter is an investigative journalism and scholar, based in the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre. His awards include IRE prizes for international reporting and research. He is a founding member of Story-Based Inquiry Associates and the lead author of Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists (UNESCO 2011), the profession's most widely distributed reference work. His current research focuses on... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Guilherme Canela

Guilherme Canela

Coordinator - Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO
Guilherme Canela holds a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Brasília (UnB) and a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of São Paulo (USP). He coordinates the programmatic area of the Communication and Information Sector of the UNESCO Montevideo Office. | He coordinated the media and journalism research area of the News Agency for Children’s Rights (ANDI) for 8 years. During this... Read More →
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Nivio Nascimento

Coordinator of the Crime Prevention and Public Safety Unit, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
I have an academic background in social sciences (anthropology, sociology, and criminology) addressing issues related to policing, human rights, criminal justice, gender based violence, crime prevention, rule of law, among other relevant themes. | Between 2001 and 2002, I have conducted my research with the Ottawa Police Service, in Canada, aimed at writing my doctoral dissertation on Legal Anthropology. During this period, I have also... Read More →
avatar for Roberto Perez Rocha

Roberto Perez Rocha

Director, IACC and special Initiatives, Transparency International
Roberto is a Director at Transparency International (TI) and the convener of a new investigative journalists and anticorruption advocate’s network hosted by TI. He is the Director of the International Anti-Corruption Conference Series (IACC). Gathering more than 1,800 people from an average of 140 countries the IACC is the world’s leading independent platform that brings together all those who are interested or working against... Read More →
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Helge Schröder

Politics Analyst, CleanGovBiz, Organization for Economic Development and Co-operation and Development (OECD)


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

ABRAJI: Hidden Camera Coverage (Eng, Port, Span)
Moderators
avatar for Fernando Molica

Fernando Molica

Columnist/Editor, O Dia
Graduated in journalism for the Communications School of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Worked for O Estado de S.Paulo and Folha de S.Paulo branch offices in Rio and was chief of reporting team for O Globo. In 1996, started working at TV Globo, where was special reporter for Fantastico show and several news programs. One of his works received, in 2004, the Vladimir Herzog prize. In 2008, became editor for the O Dia newspaper column Informe... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for André Luiz Azevedo

André Luiz Azevedo

Reporter, TV Globo
He began his career at JB radio where was a Reporter, producer, chief Reporter and broadcaster. In December 1981, Azevedo started at the TV Globo. | | In 1982, hired as a special correspondent, Azevedo covered the elections for governor in the Espirito Santo and Rio de Janeiro states. In 1991, he was the first journalist to report a fraud in the Brazilian Social Security system with documents showing that great amounts of money were moved at... Read More →
avatar for Eduardo Faustini

Eduardo Faustini

Reporter, TV Globo
Worked at several newspapers until start at TV Manchete, where was producer for the show “Special Document”. Also worked at SBT network and has been working for 16 years at TV Globo, as producer and investigative Reporter of Fantastico, a weekly show. | | At this work, he revealed mistreatment to aging people, a corruption scandal regarding resources for school meals around Brazil, the misusing of Bolsa Família (social program... Read More →
avatar for Tyndaro Menezes

Tyndaro Menezes

Reporter/Producer, TV Globo
Is special producer at TV Globo, where started in 1992. Menezes won, with the journalists Tim Lopes, Cristina Guimaraes, Flavio Fachel and Renata Lyra the first TV Esso Award in 2001, for the work “Feira das Drogas”, aired in Jornal Nacional. | | Besides that, won other main awards, as CNT (offered by the National Transport Confederation), Tim Lopes of Investigative Journalism (for three times), the Emmy for covering the... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C1 (RDC)

11:00am

ABRAJI: Vatican Coverage: a New Pope, the Youth Journey and Vatileaks (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Marcelo Beraba

Marcelo Beraba

Director, O Estado de S.Paulo
One of the Abraji founders and current member of its Diretors board, Beraba is the Diretor of O Estado de S.Paulo branch office in Rio de Janeiro. During his career, worked at O Globo, Jornal do Brasil, TV Globo and Folha de S.Paulo, where he acted as ombudsman. In 2005, received the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) Excellence Journalism Award.

Speakers
avatar for Juan Arias

Juan Arias

Correspondent/Columnist, El País
Journalist and writer translated for ten languages, Arias was correspondent for El País in Italy and the Vatican. Has been correspondent for the same newspaper in Brazil for 12 years and writes for the blog “Vientos de Brasil”. In Spain, received the "Cross of Civil Merit" by king Juan Carlos, for the ensemble of his work in Italy and the Castiglione di Sicilia Prize. | | He was a priest of the Missionaries of the... Read More →
avatar for Clovis Rossi

Clovis Rossi

Reporter/Columnist, Folha de S.Paulo
Graduated in journalism at Casper Líbero College, he is a special correspondent and member of the editorial council of Folha de S.Paulo. During his career, worked at the Correio da Manhã, TV Excelsior, Autoesporte magazine, O Estado de S.Paulo, Jornal do Brasil and Isto É magazine. | | In the 1970s, he covered the coup d’etat in Chile and the democratic transition to democracy in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
A (Pastoral)

11:00am

COLPIN: Investigación Documental y Acceso a la Información Pública (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Fabio Ladetto

Fabio Ladetto

President, FOPEA
Comenzó en el periodismo en 1989 en LV12 Radio Independencia de Tucumán. Desde diciembre  | de 1993 trabaja en el diario La Gaceta, sección política (actualmente a cargo de la sección  | Internacionales). Desde noviembre de 2011 es Presidente del Foro de Periodismo argentino. Desde  | julio de 1994 es el corresponsal de la Agencia Diarios y Noticias en Tucumán. Se desempeñó... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Acosta

Christopher Acosta

Director of Investigative Journalism Program, IPYS
Christopher Acosta , Jefe de Informaciones de INFOS, agencia de contenidos periodísticos desde donde publica investigaciones en la revista Poder y el diario Perú.21. Ha sido editor de la revista de negocios Visión Empresarial y del suplemento económico Emprendedores, del diario La Industria. Ex becario de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (Panamá, 2009) y de Georgetown University... Read More →
avatar for Luz María Sierra

Luz María Sierra

General Editor, Semana Magazine
Editora General de la revista SEMANA desde 2008. Es Comunicadora Social y Periodista de la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana de Medellín y Magíster en Ciencias Políticas de la Universidad de Los Andes. Trabajó durante siete años en el diario El Tiempo como Editora Judicial, Editora Internacional y Jefe de Redacción. Fue periodista del diario El Mundo y la Revista La Hoja, ambos de Medellín. En... Read More →
avatar for Rubens Valente

Rubens Valente

Reporter, Folha de S.Paulo
Valente is Reporter for the Folha de S.Paulo branch office in Brasilia, where he works for 13 years. He is a Reporter since 1989. Won the Esso Award for Reporting in 2001, for a story on the suspect activities and earnings of the Diretor of a NGO (Legion of Good Will). In 2002 and 2010, won the Great Folha Award - the last one, for a story produced with Andreza Matais, Fernanda Odilla and Filipe Coutinho on the influence peddling scheme involving... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Google Engage -- Culling and Verifying Video Content (Eng)
Top Google trainer Guilherme doss Anjos will show you how to use Google+ Hangouts production & YouTube to cull sources from YouTube and verify content and learn to produce quality Hangouts that are livestreamed/recorded. 

Speakers
avatar for Guilherme dos Anjos

Guilherme dos Anjos

Senior Account Manager, Google
Guilherme dos Anjos is a senior account manager with Google. With more than 9 years of experience in digital marketing -- more recently, developing strategies and campaigns for large clients in the tech sector.Guilherme has spoken on digital media and advertising on behalf of Google at conferences in Brazil, the United States, Portugal and Ireland. An expert in Google products, Guilherme has also led multiple trainings and "tip and tricks... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Using Database Managers: The Basics - Filtering, Sorting and Summarizing (Eng)
Learn how to use a Database Manager (Microsoft Access) to learn the basics of creating subsets from a dataset based on certain search criteria and then sort that data to make more sense of it. This session will also demonstrate the power of the “Group By” to summarize data and obtain totals for categories of information.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Database and Investigative Editor, Hoy


Sunday October 13, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

12:30pm

CPJ Press Availability: Obama and the Press -- Leak Investigations and Surveillance in America (Eng)
The Obama administration’s war on leaks combined with sweeping surveillance programs and efforts to control information are chilling press freedom in the United States and undermining the country’s international standing, according to 30 experienced Washington journalists interviewed for a just-released report by the Committee to Protect Journalists. Join CPJ Deputy Director Robert Mahoney to discuss the findings of the report -- The Obama Administration and the Press: Leak Investigations and Surveillance in Post-9/11 America -- and the implications for journalists globally.

Speakers
avatar for Rob Mahoney

Rob Mahoney

Deputy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists
Robert Mahoney is an experienced international correspondent and press freedom defender. He became CPJ deputy director in January 2007. He oversees CPJ’s core advocacy and reporting and  writes and reports on media issues and the cases of journalists under threat and in prison worldwide. He appears regularly in international media as a commentator on press issues. He has helped lead CPJ advocacy for online journalists and serves as CPJ’s... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 12:30pm - 1:30pm
D (Ginásio)

12:30pm

Lunch
Lunch is on your own. There are some good places near the venue (walking distance) listed hereYou can also find them on this handy map (restaurants are in green).

Sunday October 13, 2013 12:30pm - 2:00pm
TBA

2:00pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Latin America's Best Investigations of the Last Decade (Eng, Port, Span)
Investigative journalism in Latin America has made leaps and bounds over the past decade, despite facing often hostile environments. Here are four of the region's best journalists who will describe the evolution of the techniques and methods in Latin American investigative reporting. Three of them are winners of the prestigious Maria Moors Cabot Prize, the oldest international journalism award. All have investigated different schemes of polítical and criminal mafias. Mauro Konig, from Brazil's Gazeta do Povo, was forced to leave the country for a while in January after receiving threats. IPYS Director Ricardo Uceda, from Perú, is a true expert on the region's investigative journalism and has personally contributed to its expansion. Gerardo Reyes, from Colombia and working in the US for Univision, is a brilliant investigator. And Daniel Santoro, from Argentina's Clarín, is a master muckraker who teaches courses on investigative journalism across the region.

El panel ofrece una mirada de las investigaciones latinoamericanas más notables de los últimos 10 años, teniendo como insumo principalmente los trabajos ganadores del Premio Latinoamericano de Periodismo de Investigación. Se trata de una revisión regional, haciendo un repaso por Brasil (Mauri Konig), Argentina (Daniel Santoro)y el resto de Latinoamérica (Ricardo Uceda y Gerardo Reyes).


Moderators
avatar for Fernando Ruiz

Fernando Ruiz

Vicepresident, FOPEA
Doctor en Comunicación Pública por la U. de Navarra, y profesor de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Comunicación de la U. Austral. Es un investigador sobre la influencia que tiene la tarea periodística en las diferentes situaciones que propone la realidad social y política. Dirigió el seminario Periodismo y democracia y ha publicado Otra grieta en la pared: informe y testimonios sobre la nueva prensa... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mauri Konig

Mauri Konig

Reporter, Gazeta do Povo
Member of Abraji Diretors board, Konig worked at the newspapers Folha de Londrina, O Estado do Paraná, Gazeta Mercantil and O Estado de S.Paulo. In 20 years of career, won 21 journalism awards, including two Esso, two Embratel and three Vladimir Herzog. Also won twice the Lorenzo Natali Prize, awarded by the European Union. In 2000 and 2001, Konig has published a series of reportings about children who were being kidnapped into military... Read More →
avatar for Gerardo Reyes

Gerardo Reyes

Investigative Unit Director, Univision Networks
Gerardo Reyes, United States/Colombia, is the investigations editor for Univisión. Before he was a Miami-based Latin America correspondent and columnist for El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-language sister publication of The Miami Herald.
avatar for Daniel Santoro

Daniel Santoro

Editor, Clarín Newspaper
Editor de la sección El País del diario Clarín y especialista en casos de corrupción. Es catedrático de Técnicas del Periodismo de Investigación de la maestría de Clarín; de la U. de Belgrano, y de los talleres de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano. Autor de Técnica de Investigación del FCE y la FNPI, Venta de Armas, hombres de Menem (2001), Los... Read More →
avatar for Ricardo Uceda

Ricardo Uceda

Director, Institute for Press and Society (IPYS)
Ha dirigido emblemáticas investigaciones periodísticas en el Perú, entre ellas la que descubrió los crímenes del Grupo Colina, un equipo del Ejército dedicado a ejecuciones extrajudiciales en los años noventa, y la falsificación del millón de firmas en las elecciones del año 2000. Ejerce el periodismo desde 1974. Fue director del semanario Sí y jefe de la Unidad de... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
D (Ginásio)

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Covering Disaster and Trauma: Doing Sensitive Investigations (Eng)
Investigative reporting involving survivors of violence, conflict and disaster requires special skills, whether it is earning the trust of deeply traumatized individuals, penetrating official censorship and unspoken taboos to lay out lines off acountability for atrocity, or effectively telling compelling stories involving unimaginable horror. This panel features award-winning journalists whose work focuses on the most vulnerable and victiimized individuals and communities.

Moderators
avatar for Bruce Shapiro

Bruce Shapiro

Director, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
Bruce Shapiro is executive Director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, encouraging innovative reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy worldwide from the Center’s headquarters at Columbia University in New York City.

Speakers
avatar for Solange Azevedo

Solange Azevedo

Journalist
Solange Azevedo has been a journalist for Brazilian magazines for 14 years and has worked on more than 30 cover stories. She has been recognized with awards from many news organizations and was named a winner of the 2009 Human Rights and Service to the Community Award by the Inter American Press Association. Her piece, “They Killed,” was published in the book "Lo Mejor del Periodismo de América Latina” (“The Best... Read More →
avatar for Marcela Turati

Marcela Turati

Investigative Journalist, Proceso Magazine/Periodistas de a Pie
Marcela Turati Muñoz, Mexico, is a reporter for the magazine Proceso, where she reports about human rights, social development, and the impact of drug violence and its victims. She is co-founder of the network Periodistas de a Pie (Journalists on Foot), dedicated to training journalists to improve the quality of their journalism and to defend freedom of expression. | She received the Louis Lyons Award for conscience and integrity in... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Finding Money for Your Investigation (Eng)
Whether you're a freelancer, a documentary-maker, an author, or a staff reporter, finding resources to finance your investigation can be the single biggest obstacle to completing your work. In this new world of digital media, nonprofits and NGOs, foundations and crowdfunding, what kinds of resources are available to support your research and reporting? Here are five veterans from the front lines of journalism who have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund investigative journalism projects around the world.  

Moderators
avatar for Charles Lewis

Charles Lewis

Founding Executive Editor, Investigative Reporting Workshop
A bestselling author and national investigative journalist for over 30 years, Charles Lewis is a tenured professor of journalism and since 2008 the founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C. He is the founder of The Center for Public Integrity (including its International Consortium of Investigative Journalists) and other nonprofit... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ides Debruyne

Ides Debruyne

Managing Director, Journalismfund.eu vzw
Ides Debruyne is cofounder and Managing Director of Journalismfund.eu.
avatar for Abdullah Vawda

Abdullah Vawda

Executive Director, Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR)
Communications and marketing strategist, new media trainer, online publisher, network builder, currently the Executive Director of FAIR (Forum for African Investigative Reporters). My passion is towards developing skills training programmes for journalists and communicators that seeks to promote better investigative reporting about Africa.
avatar for Natalia Viana

Natalia Viana

Co-Director, Pública
Natalia Viana is co-director of Agencia Publica. She was a partner of WikiLeaks in Brazil, coordinating the release of the US embassy cables. She has collaborated with various domestic and international media outlets including: Pacifica Network, PBS (US), the BBC, the Guardian, the Independent (UK), Folha de São Paulo, O Globo, and Carta Capital(Brazil). She was an... Read More →
avatar for Leon Willems

Leon Willems

Director of Policies and Programmes, Free Press Unlimited.org
Leon Willems, Netherlands, is the Director of Free Press Unlimited, a leading press freedom organisation active in more than 30 countries and focusing on conflict reporting, safety for journalists, investigative journalism, gender and youth and media. He is also the Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD). In this role he is working towards enhancing the impact of media development, by creating... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Secrecy for Sale: Inside ICIJ's Offshore Leaks Project (Eng, Port, Span)
On April 4, 2013, news outlets across the world began publishing stories that exposed the secret offshore dealings of powerful international figures, including top politicians, billionaires, known criminals and oligarchs. The articles were based on a cache of 2.5 million leaked confidential files obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists – the largest stockpile of offshore information ever made available to a media organization. The investigation – called Offshore Leaks by the public – quickly ignited reactions around the world, sparking official probes, high-profile resignations and a renewed sense of urgency among world leaders that this is the time to rein in offshore abuses.

This panel will take you inside the Offshore Leaks investigation, a massive and ongoing cross-border reporting effort that has involved more than 115 reporters in 60 countries. It’s considered one of the largest collaborations in journalism history. ICIJ director Gerard Ryle will talk about the origins of the data and how he handled sources and dealt with media organizations all over the world; ICIJ deputy director Marina Walker Guevara will discuss how the team cracked 260 gigabytes of financial information and coordinated reporting in dozens of countries; and CBC reporter Frederic Zalac will talk about how his team found and investigated stories relevant to Canada in the rather intricate leaked document trove. 


Moderators
avatar for Claudio Tognolli

Claudio Tognolli

Reporter/Professor, USP/Fiam
Member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) and a founder and director of Abraji Tognolli worked at Veja and Rolling Stone magazines, Folha de S.Paulo and Jornal da Tarde newspapers, CBN, Eldorado and Jovem Pan radios. He’s author of six books and won the Jabuti, Esso, Folha Journalism prizes and the Human Rights Award offered by the U.S. Department of State. He is a professor at the University of São... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Gerard Ryle

Gerard Ryle

Director, ICIJ
Gerard Ryle leads the ICIJ’s headquarters staff in Washington, D.C., as well as overseeing the consortium’s more than 190 member journalists in more than 65 countries. Before joining as the ICIJ’s first non-American director in September 2011, Ryle spent 26 years working as a reporter, investigative reporter and editor in Australia and Ireland, including two decades at The Sydney Morning Herald and The... Read More →
avatar for Marina Walker

Marina Walker

Deputy Director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism
Marina Walker Guevara is deputy director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, an independent network of reporters headquartered in Washington, DC. A native of Argentina, her investigations have won and shared more than 25 national and international awards, including from Long Island University’s George Polk Awards, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Overseas Press Club, the Society of Professional Journalists... Read More →
avatar for Frédéric Zalac

Frédéric Zalac

Investigative Reporter, CBC/Radio-Canada
Frédéric Zalac is a national television documentary reporter based in Vancouver for CBC/Radio-Canada, Canada’s national public broadcaster. | Zalac specializes in science and investigative reporting for Ici Radio- Canada television programs Enquête and Découverte and for CBC’s The National . He has participated in several cross-border investigations, including projects on stun guns, the pharma industry and tax havens. Zalac is... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Sports Track - Cheaters and Match-Fixers (Eng)
Fixed football and boxing matches. Probes into how World Cup football spending enriches the politically connected. How widespread cheating happens at marathons. How athletes easily move to compete at the Olympics for nations other than their own. How Olympic sports team organizers enrich themselves. From digging into documents, mining little-used databases and getting the right sources, this panel will focus on sports investigations that can help you get ahead of the competition.

Moderators
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Declan Hill

Declan Hill

Freelance Investigative Journalist
Declan Hill is a journalist, academic and consultant. He is one of the world’s foremost experts on match-fixing and corruption in international sports. In 2008, Hill, as a Chevening Scholar, obtained his doctorate in Sociology at the University of Oxford. His book ‘The Fix: Organized Crime and Soccer’ has appeared in fifteen languages. It outlines the new danger to... Read More →
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Nina Plonka

Investigative Reporter, Stern
Nina Plonka, born in 1981, is a specialist in online research and documents and record analysis. She has worked for stern magazine since the formation of the investigative unit. Plonka extensively covered international football match-fixing, as well as international tax fraud and grand scale art forgery. | Plonka completed a journalism traineeship at Deutsche Welle Radio and Television in 2010. She had previously studied Communication in the... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

ABRAJI: Accessing Public Information from Private Sources (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Marcelo Beraba

Marcelo Beraba

Director, O Estado de S.Paulo
One of the Abraji founders and current member of its Diretors board, Beraba is the Diretor of O Estado de S.Paulo branch office in Rio de Janeiro. During his career, worked at O Globo, Jornal do Brasil, TV Globo and Folha de S.Paulo, where he acted as ombudsman. In 2005, received the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) Excellence Journalism Award.

Speakers
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Claudia Collucci

Reporter/Columnist, Folha de S.Paulo
Graduated in Journalism in Ribeirao Preto University (Sao Paulo) and has a Mater's degree in History of Science from Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo.  | | Acts as a special Reporter and Columnist of Health at Folha de S.Paulo, where she has been working since 1990. Claudia was a fellow in two american universities - the University of Michigan and Georgetown University - between 2011 and 2012, when she studied the impact of new... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
A (Pastoral)

2:00pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Políticas Públicas (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Mabél Caceres

Mabél Caceres

Editor, el Buho
Periodista por más de 20 años en Arequipa, pasé por diversos medios escritos y de televisión hasta el año 2000 en que fundé El Búho, medio que dirijo hasta hoy. De semanario pasó a ser revista, además un sitio web de noticias y un programa de televisión semanal.Licenciada en Periodismo por la Universidad Católica Santa María y Magister en Comunicación por la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Tuve una mención en el premio... Read More →

Speakers
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David Gonzalez

Jefe Unidad de Investigación, El Nacional
Periodista venezolano graduado en la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. Jefe de la Unidad de Investigación del diario El Nacional de Caracas creada en marzo de 2012. Lideró el equipo que obtuvo en 2013 el premio Pedro Joaquín Chamorro de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa. Dos trabajos realizados bajo su dirección obtuvieron el primer y el tercer lugar del Concurso Nacional de Reportajes de Investigación de IPYS Venezuela igualmente en... Read More →
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Ginna Morelo

Editor, El Meridiano
Ginna Morelo. Periodista. Magister en Comunicación. Editora de EL MERIDIANO de Córdoba. Coordinadora General de Consejo de Redacción, CdR. | Autora de los libros "Tierra de sangre" (crónicas en profundidad sobre las víctimas de la violencia paramilitar en Colombia) y "Córdoba una tierra que suena" (historias de vida sobre músicos); y coautora de dos textos más, uno de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) y otro de Nuestra... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

2:00pm

COLPIN: Taller "Cómo abordar historias en torno a la vigilancia de las comunicaciones" (Eng, Span)
Spying on citizens is getting cheaper and easier, whether it conducted by petty cyber-criminals, private investigators -- or the United State’s NSA. This workshop will talk what what our technology and the websites we use is leaking about us to others, who is listening, and what you can do about it. We’ll draw on surveillance cases from around the world, and identify some of the trends, both in policy and practice, that need a closer look. The goal is to provide some ideas for investigative stories and coverage, as well as answer and ask questions about how the rise of the surveillance State effects everybody, journalist or not.

Speakers
avatar for Danny O'Brien

Danny O'Brien

International Director, EFF
Danny O'Brien has been an activist for online free speech and privacy for over 15 years. In his home country of the UK, he fought against repressive anti-encryption law, and helped make the UK Parliament more transparent with FaxYourMP.  He was EFF's activist from 2005 to 2007, and its international outreach coordinator from 2007-2009. After three years working to protect at-risk online reporters with the Committee to Protect Journalists, he... Read More →
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Katitza Rodriguez

International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Katitza Rodriguez is EFF's International Rights Director. She concentrates on comparative policy of international privacy issues, with special emphasis on law enforcement, government surveillance, and cross border data flows. Her work in EFF's International Program also focuses on cybersecurity at the intersection of privacy, freedom of expression, and copyright enforcement.
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Andrei Soldatov

Editor, Agentura.Ru
Andrei Soldatov is an investigative journalist and an editor of Agentura.Ru, an information hub on intelligence agencies. He began his career as a reporter in 1996. In 2000 he launched with several colleagues the Agentura.Ru project. He covered the siege of Nord-Ost in Moscow and the hostage crisis in Beslan. Soldatov regularly makes comments on terrorism and intelligence issues for Russian and Western media. In 2010 Andrei Soldatov and... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C5 (RDC)

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Google Visualize: Google Maps, Earth, and Fusion Table (Eng)
Top Google trainer Guilherme dos Anjos will show you how to bring data to life with Google Maps and Fusion Tables. Get the latest on how to present data in a visual manner.

Speakers
avatar for Guilherme dos Anjos

Guilherme dos Anjos

Senior Account Manager, Google
Guilherme dos Anjos is a senior account manager with Google. With more than 9 years of experience in digital marketing -- more recently, developing strategies and campaigns for large clients in the tech sector.Guilherme has spoken on digital media and advertising on behalf of Google at conferences in Brazil, the United States, Portugal and Ireland. An expert in Google products, Guilherme has also led multiple trainings and "tip and tricks... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

2:00pm

GLOBAL: Professors Track: Papers on Investigative & Data Journalism / Apresentação de trabalhos acadêmicos sobre jornalismo investigativo e RAC (Port)
Marcio Carneiro dos Santos: Conversando com una API - Um Estudo exploratório sobre TV.

Rosemeri Laurindo: Jornalismo investigativo e as especificidades da cobertura policial sobre um assassinato no Jornal de Santa Catarina.

Edgar Patricio: O conceito de ética e a produção do Jornalismo em tempos de tecnologia.

Marcelo Träsel: Aprendendo a se deixar guiar por dados: a formação dos jornalistas da equipe Estadão Dados. 

Moderators
avatar for Rosental Alves

Rosental Alves

Professor, University of Texas, Austin
Alves began his academic career in the United States in March 1996, after 27 years as a professional journalist, including seven years as a journalism professor in Brazil. He moved to Austin from Rio de Janeiro, where he was the managing editor and member of the board of directors of Jornal do Brasil, one of the most important Brazilian newspapers. Alves worked for that paper for 23 years.For more than a decade, Alves was a foreign... Read More →

Speakers
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Rosemeri Laurindo

Researcher, Metodista University of Sao Paulo
Researcher for the UNESCO Chair for Communication to Regional Development in Metodista University of Sao Paulo, where she is a CNPq fellow for postdoc since last year. Has PhD in Communication Sciences for New University of Lisbon (2005) and master's degree in Communications and Contemporary Cultures for Federal University of Bahia (1998). Graduated in Journalism for the Federal University of Santa Catarina (1991). Rosemeri is professor of... Read More →
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Edgar Patricio

Professor do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Comunicação, Universidade Federal do Ceará
MC

Márcio C Santos

Assistant Professor, Federal University of Maranhão
avatar for Marcelo Träsel

Marcelo Träsel

Professor, PUC


Sunday October 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
C3 (RDC)

3:30pm

Coffee Break
Coffee is on your own. 

Sunday October 13, 2013 3:30pm - 4:00pm
TBA

4:00pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Going Undercover: Investigations and Issues (Eng, Port, Span)
How do undercover reporters work? What is the risk? How far are we allowed to go and what can happen if you are caught? This panel will explore the techniques and the stories that great undercover investigative work can bring. To maximize the impact of a story, bring evidence, and confront criminals and liars, hidden cameras and fake identities may be the only way. On this panel, great professionals will share their experience and advice on undercover investigation.

Moderators
avatar for Jean-Philippe Ceppi

Jean-Philippe Ceppi

Executive producer, Swiss Public Television
Jean-Philippe Ceppi is executive producer for the investigative show Temps Présent, of Switzerland Public Television.

Speakers
avatar for Anas Aremeyaw Anas

Anas Aremeyaw Anas

Chief Executive Officer, Tiger Eye
Anas Aremeyaw Anas has gained worldwide attention for his undercover sting investigations exposing corrupt officials, illegal abortion, and witchcraft. Praised by President Obama, Anas’ latest project shows judges allegedly asking for bribes and demanding sex. The videos have generated huge controversy in his native Ghana, and resulted in the suspension of 34 judges. Anas’ partnerships with Western journalists have led to films... Read More →
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Eduardo Faustini

Reporter, TV Globo
Worked at several newspapers until start at TV Manchete, where was producer for the show “Special Document”. Also worked at SBT network and has been working for 16 years at TV Globo, as producer and investigative Reporter of Fantastico, a weekly show. | | At this work, he revealed mistreatment to aging people, a corruption scandal regarding resources for school meals around Brazil, the misusing of Bolsa Família (social program... Read More →
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Karla Ramírez

Reporter, Panorama
Karla Ramírez, Reportera Programa Panorama, Panamericana Televisión, Perú ,licenciada en periodismo de la Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, con 11 años en la labor periodística. Fue productora y reportera de La Hora N en Canal N, antes de ingresar a Panamericana TV. Entre sus trabajos destacados están el hallazgo de los vínculos societarios entre Hernán Garrido Lecca y el Banco... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
D (Ginásio)

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Sports Collaboration Workshop (Eng)
Limited Capacity seats available

From its first gathering in Copenhagen in 2001, the Global Investigative Journalism Conference has been a catalyst for collaboration. Journalists from around the world have come to network, brainstorm, and ultimately work together on stories that have made headlines around the world. Sometimes the stories are inspired by panelists who arrive full of tips and leads. Other times it happens in the hallways and the bars, over drinks or coffee.

This year, for the first time, we're adding a bit of structure to all the brainstorming. We'll be running a series of collaboration workshops led by experienced editors with proven records for getting award-winning stories off the ground. 

With the World Cup and Olympics coming to Brazil, match fixing scandals spanning the globe, widespread doping, and plenty of fraud and waste in stadium contracting, there's no shortage of hard-hitting stories to do on the sports industry. Leading the sports workshop will be Andy Lehren of The New York Times and Rob Rose of South Africa's Sunday Times.

Our editors will start with a brainstorming session, and then, as needed, will break up the workshop into groups to focus on individual stories and projects.

RESOURCES: The workshop team has assembled an extensive list of resources, including the best Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) tipsheets and contest entries on international sporting events and doping. Also, you can find a historic Olympic medal data. 


Speakers
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →
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Rob Rose

Sunday Times
Rob Rose is an investigative journalist specializing in business corruption for South Africa's Sunday Times. After earning a law degree, Rose took on the financial fraud and corporate governance beats at South Africa's largest business daily newspaper, Business Day. Later, at The Financial Mail magazine, he exposed a $2 billion trans-national Ponzi scheme involving some of South Africa's top businessmen. At... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

ABRAJI: Hidden Archives of Brazil's Civilian Dictatorship (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Ivana Moreira

Ivana Moreira

Editor, Veja BH
She is currently editor-in-chief at Veja in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais state). Abraji Diretor in 2010-2011, she coordinates the production of the Map of Access, an Abraji initiative that evaluates the state of access to public information in Brazil. | | Ivana was executive editor at “Jornal Metro” in Belo Horizonte, executive editor at BandNews FM radio in Minas Gerais state and executive editor at Band Minas radio. Also was... Read More →

Speakers
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Matheus Leitão

Reporter, Folha de S.Paulo
Matheus Leitao is a Reporter for the Folha de S.Paulo branch office in Brasilia. Has passed through the newsrooms of Correio Braziliense, Revista Época and the website iG. He won the Esso Award in 2003 with the reporting series on the Araguaia Guerrilla. In 2009, he won Barbosa Lima Sobrinho award for his investigation on Joao Carlos Zoghbi, former human resources Diretor in Brazilian Senate who used a nanny as strawman for taking bribes... Read More →
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Rubens Valente

Reporter, Folha de S.Paulo
Valente is Reporter for the Folha de S.Paulo branch office in Brasilia, where he works for 13 years. He is a Reporter since 1989. Won the Esso Award for Reporting in 2001, for a story on the suspect activities and earnings of the Diretor of a NGO (Legion of Good Will). In 2002 and 2010, won the Great Folha Award - the last one, for a story produced with Andreza Matais, Fernanda Odilla and Filipe Coutinho on the influence peddling scheme involving... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
A (Pastoral)

4:00pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Negocios Ilegales (Span)
Speakers
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Andreza Matais

Reporter, O Estado de S.Paulo
Graduated in Journalism for the Catholic University of Santos (Sao Paulo), Andreza was investigative Reporter for Folha de S.Paulo until 2013 June. Based in Brasilia, she received the Esso award in 2011 for her story on the alleged embezzlement of former head of the Department of Treasury, Antonio Palocci - who resigned due to the repercussion of the case. | | In 2009, revealed that public servants of Brazilian Senate received illegal overtime... Read More →
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Paul Mena

Reporter, El Universo Newspaper
Paúl Mena Mena, Reportero de investigación del diario El Universo, desde el 2009. Periodista ecuatoriano, 31 años Trabaja en la Unidad de Investigación de diario El Universo, de Guayaquil. Inició su carrera en el 2006. En el 2011 obtuvo los premio nacionales de periodismo Eugenio Espejo, que otorga la Unión Nacional de Periodistas, y Jorge Mantilla Ortega, de Grupo El Comercio, por dos series de reportajes de investigación. Fue becario... Read More →
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Fabio Posada

President, Consejo de Redacción
Estudia comunicación social en la universidad del Valle al comenzar los años 90 y toma un énfasis en narrativa audiovisual. Ha trabajado como guionista para varios medios audiovisuales y realizó la investigación para las películas Perro Come Perro (2008), y Todos Tus Muertos (2011). Llega al periodismo escrito en el 2000, cuando se convierte en corresponsal de la revista Semana para el sur occidente de... Read More →
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Ivonne Rodríguez

Journalist and professor, Verdad Abierta
Professor and journalist, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana UPB Bucaramanga y VerdadAbierta.com. | Journalist of the Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga and Master in Political Studies at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. She teaches journalism and director of the magazine Plataforma of the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (UPB) Bucaramanga. Also she is a journalist at VerdadAbierta.com, a media specialist covering in the... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

4:00pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Crimen Organizado (Eng, Span, Port)
Moderators
avatar for Raul Peñaranda

Raul Peñaranda

Journalist
Raúl Peñaranda es periodista y analista. Empezó su carrera en 1989. Ha trabajado como redactor, editor, panelista de programas de radio y TV, corresponsal y columnista; ha sido también consultor y asesor de prensa. | | Fue director-fundador de tres periódicos: Nueva Economía (1993), La Época (2001) y Página Siete (2010), que en breve tiempo se convirtió en uno de los diarios... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Juan Luis Font

Juan Luis Font

General Editor, ContraPoder
Dirige la revista ContraPoder en Guatemala y las noticias del Canal Antigua. Fue director durante 16 años de elPeriódico.
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Martha Elvira Soto Franco

Editor, El Tiempo
Martha Elvira Soto Franco integra desde septiembre de 1994 la Unidad Investigativa del diario EL TIEMPO de la cual es su editora desde hace doce años. Comunicadora social y periodista de La Sabana y magister en Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones Internacionales, de la Javeriana. Integra desde septiembre de 1994 la Unidad Investigativa del diario EL TIEMPO de la cual es su editora desde hace doce años. Además de temas de... Read More →
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Romina Mella

Investigative Journalist, IDL-Reporteros
Romina Mella es periodista de investigación en IDL-Reporteros desde su fundación, en 2010. Desarrolla, fundamentalmente, investigaciones sobre crimen organizado y corrupción.
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Ignacio Rodríguez Reyna

Director, Emeequis Magazine
Director de emeequis, revista independiente, que ha recibido más de 30 premios nacionales e internacionales por la calidad de su trabajo periodístico. Autor de "Crímenes desde el poder" y coautor de "Los Suspirantes", en el que elaboró el perfil del actual presidente de México. Profesor en la maestría de periodismo político de la Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién García.


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C1 (RDC)

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Spreadsheets - Advanced - Using Pivot Tables to Summarize Data (Eng)
A pivot table is a tool in a spreadsheet that is easy to learn and allows you to summarize data quickly so you can total amounts by such things as political candidates or agencies or regions.

Speakers
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John Bones

Journalist/Board Member SKUP, VG/SKUP
John Bones er journalist i VG og medlem i SKUP-styret. Bones har mange års erfaring med datastøttet journalistikk og har ledet SKUPs studieturer til NICAR-konferansene de siste tre årene. John hadde også ansvaret for dataseminarene under GIJC på Lillehammer i 2015. | Han har flere ganger undervist i databaserte teknikker på SKUP, ved Global Investigative Journalism Conference og ved nasjonale konferanser i... Read More →
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Sarah Cohen

President of IRE/Editor, New York Times
Sarah Cohen is the editor of the New York Times' computer-assisted reporting desk, which specializes in original reporting for investigative and enterprise stories. She also serves as president of the Investigative Reporters and Editors' board of directors. Cohen has shared in the Pulitzer Prize for Invstiigative Reporting, the Goldsmith Prize, the IRE medal and other national awards. She previously worked as the Knight Chair in Computational... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Using Helium Software to Scrape the Data you Need from the Web (Eng)

Long-time journalist and data trainer Nils Mulvad of Denmark will show you how to use Helium software to scrape data from the Web when governments or businesses will allow you to download or copy only record at a time.

Resources here


Speakers
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

GLOBAL: Investigative Dashboard Workshop: Tracking Companies Across Borders (Eng)
Here's how to track companies and assets across borders. Learn the latest tools and techniques for finding out who owns what even in hard to get offshores. This panel will include the unveiling of OCCRP's new Investigative Dashboard, the tool reporters used to find information featured in two of this year's Daniel Pearl Award finalists.
 

Speakers
avatar for Barbara Gray

Barbara Gray

Distinguished lecturer, City University of New York
Barbara Gray oversees the School’s Research Center and coordinates instruction in research methods at all levels of the curriculum. She had been on the adjunct faculty teaching research methods in the core Craft of Journalism course prior to assuming her present post.
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Miranda Patrucic

Investigative Reporter, OCCRP
Miranda Patrucic is a lead investigative reporter with the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and lead investigator with Investigative Dashboard. She is also an international speaker who has trained investigative reporters, anti-corruption groups and police in dozens of countries around the world. She was a lead reporter on a project on First Bank of Montenegro that uncovered... Read More →
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Margot Williams

Research editor, The Intercept
Margot Williams is research editor for investigations at The Intercept, previously at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), NPR, The New York Times and the Washington Post. She has pursued jihadists online and detainees who died in U.S. immigration detention, investigated war contractors and followed the money (and private jets) of mayors, governors, senators, presidential candidates, and ex-presidents. She has spread... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

Professors Track: Roundtable on Teaching Investigative Reporting (Eng)
The roundtable on teaching investigative journalism will be led by Professor Mark Feldstein, an expert in investigative journalism who teaches at the University of Maryland. This is an opportunity for professors to share experiences, advice and new techniques.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Feldstein

Mark Feldstein

Professor of Broadcasting Journalism at Richard Eaton, University of Maryland
Mark Feldstein spent twenty years as an award-winning on-air investigative correspondent at CNN, ABC News, and various local television stations.  | | He has been beaten up in the U.S., detained and censored by government authorities in Egypt, and escorted out of the country under armed guard in Haiti.  | | His exposés led to resignations, firings, multi-million dollar fines, and prison terms.  Feldstein has been... Read More →

Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

4:00pm

COLPIN: Open Lab
Sunday October 13, 2013 4:00pm - 7:00pm
C5 (RDC)

5:30pm

Open Lab - Time for Demonstrations and Small Tutorials
Limited Capacity seats available

Please sign-up ahead on time. 

Sunday October 13, 2013 5:30pm - 7:00pm
C3 (RDC)

5:30pm

Open Lab - Time for Demonstrations and Small Tutorials
Limited Capacity seats available

Please sign-up ahead on time. 

Sunday October 13, 2013 5:30pm - 7:00pm
C4 (RDC)

5:30pm

Open Lab - Time for Demonstrations and Small Tutorials
Limited Capacity seats available

Please sign-up ahead on time. 

Sunday October 13, 2013 5:30pm - 7:00pm
C2 (RDC)

5:30pm

GIJN Membership Meeting
This is the biennial meeting of the Steering Committee of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, whose member organizations assemble at each Global Investigative Journalism Conference. The meeting is open, but voting will be limited to a single representative from each of GIJN's member organizations.

The Global Network is the world’s premier international association of investigative reporting organizations. GIJN's membership includes 91 nonprofits and NGOs in 41 countries. Its missions include sponsoring the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, regional conferences, trainings and workshops, and promoting best practices in investigative and data journalism. 

GIJN was founded in 2003 when more than 300 journalists gathered for the second Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Copenhagen. For more information on GIJN's background, see our website. An agenda for the meeting has been posted. A Report to GIJN Steering Committee by Provisional Secretariat details progress by GIJN's management arm since its launch in 2012.

 

Sunday October 13, 2013 5:30pm - 7:30pm
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN
 
Monday, October 14
 

9:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Investigating Health Issues (Eng, Port, Span)
Corruption of the health care system puts millions of lives in peril. Reporters from Nigeria and Venezuela look at how multiple sources of fraud, extortion, malfeasance, and apathy hobble national programs and waste government funds. And the Fortune series, Dirty Money, exposes lax oversight which allowed a corrupt drug maker in India to export a poor quality generic drug sold around the world. 

Moderators
avatar for Marty Steffens

Marty Steffens

SABEW Chair in Business Journalism, MU School of Journalism
As the Society of American Business Editors and Writers endowed chair, Martha Steffens teaches business and financial journalism, as well as organizing seminars for business journalism professionals. Steffens has taught more than 450 professional in business workshops sponsored the Southern Newspaper Publishers Assn. and SABEW. She assumed the chair in 2002, after a 30-year career in newspapers, including executive editor of the San... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Eban

Katherine Eban

Investigative Reporter, Fortune Magazine
Katherine Eban is an investigative reporter whose articles on pharmaceutical counterfeiting, gun trafficking, and coercive interrogations by the CIA, have won international attention and numerous awards.  She is currently a Fortune magazine Contributor, and has also written for Vanity Fair, Self, The Nation and other publications.  She formerly worked as a staff writer for the New York Times and the New York Observer.  Her work has... Read More →
avatar for David Gonzalez

David Gonzalez

Jefe Unidad de Investigación, El Nacional
Periodista venezolano graduado en la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. Jefe de la Unidad de Investigación del diario El Nacional de Caracas creada en marzo de 2012. Lideró el equipo que obtuvo en 2013 el premio Pedro Joaquín Chamorro de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa. Dos trabajos realizados bajo su dirección obtuvieron el primer y el tercer lugar del Concurso Nacional de Reportajes de Investigación de IPYS Venezuela igualmente en... Read More →
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Rosemary Nwaebuni

Investigative Reporter, Pointer Newspaper
Rosemary Nwaebuni is an investigative reporter with the POINTER newspaper in Delta State, Nigeria.  Among her stories is Corruption Paid for in Lives in Nigeria's Delta State, her investigation into the sorry state of health care in her region of Nigeria. | | She has a knack for getting to the root of issues by digging deep through thorough investigation; holding corrupt officials and criminals to account for their actions.  Her... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
D (Ginásio)

9:00am

GLOBAL: How Other Investigators Do It (Eng)

Journalists are part of a larger ecosystem of investigators who track and document wrongdoing. We’re familiar with the investigative journalist’s toolkit. But how do other investigators prove wrongdoing? And can journalists learn from them? Learn from Patrick Alley how Global Witness digs into corruption. Jim Mintz will share tips from the world of private investigators and Manfred Redelfs will talk about how Greenpeace uncovers wrongdoing that harms the environment.


Moderators
avatar for Sheila Coronel

Sheila Coronel

Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia University
Sheila is academic dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She is concurrently also director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Stabile professor of professional practice. She began her reporting career in the Philippines and was co-founder of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. She is the author and editor of more than a dozen books.

Speakers
avatar for Patrick Alley

Patrick Alley

Director, Global Witness
Patrick Alley is a Co-founder and Director of Global Witness, which focuses on preventing conflict and corruption arising from the use of natural resources. Mr. Alley focuses on tackling the trade in Conflict Resources (natural resource trade that can cause, perpetuate and fund conflict). In particular Mr. Alley works on the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire, and also leads Global Witness’ campaign against industrial... Read More →
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Jim Mintz

President, Mintz Group
Jim Mintz, Founder and President of the Mintz Group, has spent more than thirty years conducting investigations all over the world, primarily for law firms and general counsel. Jim helped pioneer the use of sophisticated resources by law firms in the 1970s as an in-house investigator at the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wald, Harkrader & Ross. In 1980, Newsweek said about their unique in-house group: “What sets [them] apart—and a... Read More →
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Manfred Redelfs

Leiter Recherche-Abteilung, Greenpeace
Dr. Manfred Redelfs, geboren 1961, leitet die Rechercheabteilung von Greenpeace und ist nebenberuflich als Recherchetrainer tätig, u.a. für die Henri-Nannen-Schule, die Akademie für Publizistik und den Verlag Gruner+Jahr. Nach dem Studium der Journalistik und Politikwissenschaft in Hamburg, Washington, Berkeley und Oxford hat er im Anschluss an ein NDR-Volontariat mehrere Jahre für den NDR gearbeitet; Vertretung von... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Producing TV Investigations (Eng)

In this session, Hanson, Swisher and Zamost will cover the entire track of producing investigative stories for television. The topics will range from tips for pre-publication quality control (a methodological approach to fact checking and bulletproofing the story. Participants will get tools to avoid being the subject of investigations themselves) and production in the field, to successful collaboration and turning what is essentially a great print investigation into compelling television. While showing their own clips (Zamost will for instance show parts of "Rehab Racket," a recent yearlong investigative series that CNN did with The Center for Investigative Reporting which aired on AC 360), speakers will explain some of the challenges, detail their paper trail, share tips on surveillance, and on how to get insiders to talk and track down key characters. This panel could be summarized as showing the anatomy of a TV investigation.

Tipsheet here.  

Moderators
avatar for Margo Smit

Margo Smit

Ombudsman, Onderzoeksjournalist, NOS, Margo Smit Journalistiek
Margo Smit has been the Director of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists until September 2015. Now she is working as ombudsman at the Dutch Broadcasting Foundation (NOS) and as an independent investigative journalist. Smit is author of several publications about freedom of information, investigative journalism and cross border investigations. She is also a frequent speaker and moderator on international conferences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Nils Hanson

Nils Hanson

Nils Hanson är projektledare och ansvarig utgivare för Uppdrag granskning, SVT. Han fick ifjol Publicistklubbens stora pris och har även vunnit Guldspaden två gånger. Nils är författare till boken Grävande journalistik (Ordfront) och har föreläst på grävseminarier sedan mitten av 90-talet. Han är även grävgeneral för årets seminarium.
avatar for Clayton Swisher

Clayton Swisher

Manager of Investigative Journalism, Al Jazeera
Clayton Swisher is manager of investigative journalism at Al Jazeera. Based in Doha, he has covered the 2008 U.S. Presidential Elections, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the ongoing war in Afghanistan.  He has broken major stories for the Network, including the "Palestine Papers" (2011) and "What Killed Arafat?" (2012).  He is author of "The Truth About Camp David" (New York: Nation Books, 2004) and "The... Read More →
avatar for Scott Zamost

Scott Zamost

Senior Investigative Producer, CNN
Scott Zamost is senior investigative producer at CNN where he has worked since 2008. | His most recent investigation was “Rehab Racket,” a groundbreaking investigation into massive fraud in taxpayer-funded drug rehab. The three-part series, a yearlong collaboration with The Center For Investigative Reporting, has resulted in clinic suspensions and referrals for possible criminal prosecution, a statewide audit and government oversight... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

ABRAJI: Data Journalism in Brazil (Port)
Speakers
avatar for Filipe Speck

Filipe Speck

Editor, Zero Hora
Graduated in Communication by the Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul state (PUC-RS), Speck has already worked at the Canal Rural TV and RBS Group, where he was editor for tablets. Currently, he works at Zero Hora also as a editor for tablets and in the datajournalism/dataviz project of the newspaper.
avatar for José Roberto de Toledo

José Roberto de Toledo

Columnist/Editor, O Estado de S.Paulo
Is journalist since 1986. Graduated in Journalism by the Sao Paulo University, Toledo is currently Colunista for O Estado de S.Paulo, blogger at the newspaper site and Colunista at RedeTV!, besides being the vice-President of Abraji (of which he is one of the founders). | | Specialized in research analysis and CAR (Computer Assisted Reporting) for over 13 years, he trained over 500 journalists - in nine states of Brazil and in Argentina... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
A (Pastoral)

9:00am

ABRAJI: Map of Access to Public Information - 2013 (Port)
Speakers
avatar for Ivana Moreira

Ivana Moreira

Editor, Veja BH
She is currently editor-in-chief at Veja in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais state). Abraji Diretor in 2010-2011, she coordinates the production of the Map of Access, an Abraji initiative that evaluates the state of access to public information in Brazil. | | Ivana was executive editor at “Jornal Metro” in Belo Horizonte, executive editor at BandNews FM radio in Minas Gerais state and executive editor at Band Minas radio. Also was... Read More →
avatar for Fernando Rodrigues

Fernando Rodrigues

Reporter/Columnist, UOL/Jovem Pan
Fernando Rodrigues, 52, is a Brazilian investigative journalist. Rodrigues is based in Brasília (Brazil’s capital). He has been with the news portal UOL since the year 2000. UOL (www.uol.com.br) is a leading Internet portal in Brazil with 50 million unique visitors traffic (July/2015). |   | As a print media journalist, Rodrigues worked 27 years for "Folha de S.Paulo” as Economics Editor in São Paulo and foreign correspondent in New... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B4 (AMEX)

9:00am

COLPIN: Caso Snowden: Seguridad Nacional y Libertad de Expresión (Eng, Port, Span)
Moderators
avatar for Ricardo Uceda

Ricardo Uceda

Director, Institute for Press and Society (IPYS)
Ha dirigido emblemáticas investigaciones periodísticas en el Perú, entre ellas la que descubrió los crímenes del Grupo Colina, un equipo del Ejército dedicado a ejecuciones extrajudiciales en los años noventa, y la falsificación del millón de firmas en las elecciones del año 2000. Ejerce el periodismo desde 1974. Fue director del semanario Sí y jefe de la Unidad de... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Beatrice Edwards

Beatrice Edwards

Executive Director & International Director, Government Accountability Project
Beatrice Edwards is Executive Director of the International Program of GAP, oversees the organization's advocacy for whistleblowers in the Congress, in the media and in courts. She has a 30 year experience on labor issues, anti-corruption measures and public service reforms. Before joining GAP, Edwards managed the International Project for Public Service of  International Financial Institutions (IFI), a global federation of public services... Read More →
avatar for Raul Peñaranda

Raul Peñaranda

Journalist
Raúl Peñaranda es periodista y analista. Empezó su carrera en 1989. Ha trabajado como redactor, editor, panelista de programas de radio y TV, corresponsal y columnista; ha sido también consultor y asesor de prensa. | | Fue director-fundador de tres periódicos: Nueva Economía (1993), La Época (2001) y Página Siete (2010), que en breve tiempo se convirtió en uno de los diarios... Read More →
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Roberto Pereira

Lawyer
Abogado por la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) y profesor de Derecho Penal en el pre - grado y en la maestría de Derecho Penal de dicha casa de estudios. Cuenta con una maestría en Derecho Penal por las Universidades de Barcelona y Pompeu Fabra, de España y el título de Especialista Universitario en Argumentación Jurídica por la Universidad de Alicante, España. Se... Read More →
avatar for José Ugaz

José Ugaz

Ha sido asesor de diversas Comisiones del Congreso de la República. Ha sido Presidente de PROETICA, organización de la sociedad civil para la lucha contra la corrupción. Ha sido Procurador Ad-Hoc de la República en distintos casos de corrupción en el Perú: Zanatti (1993-1994), CLAE (1994), INABIF (1997), Fujimori–Montesinos (2000-2002). Ha brindado servicios profesionales para importantes... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C1 (RDC)

9:00am

9:00am

GLOBAL: How To Do Better Searches on the Web (Eng)
Many of us use the basic Google Search when looking for data on the Web. This session will show you how to advance search tools and methods that will save you time and get you better information.

Speakers
avatar for Marcus Lindemann

Marcus Lindemann

Foreleser, SKUP
Marcus Lindemann er tysk producer og journalist og har laget mange dokumentarer for ZDF, Europas største TV-stasjon. Han har undervist journalister i bruk av internett helt siden 1998. Han har undervist ved gravekonferanser i Asia og Afrika, og han har vært foredragsholder ved Global Intestigative Journalism Conference i Kiev i 2013 og i Rio i 2013. | ________ | Marcus Lindemann is an executive producer and journalist from Germany... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C3 (RDC)

9:00am

GLOBAL: Textmining with DocumentCloud (Eng)
DocumentCloud from IRE  is a simple to use package of software that will allow you to upload PDFs or Text to the Cloud so you can look for patterns in documents. It also allows you to annotate documents and share them with the public. Mark Horvit and Jaimi Dowdell of IRE will show you how to use it.

Speakers
avatar for Jaimie Dowdell

Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →
avatar for Mark Horvit

Mark Horvit

Executive Director, IRE
Mark Horvit is the executive Director of Investigative Reporters & Editors. He oversees training, conferences and services for more than 4,300 members worldwide, and for programs including the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) and DocumentCloud.


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Security Workshop: Tor & Globaleaks: Protecting Yourself and Your Sources Online (Eng)
These are two back-to-back workshops on how you and your sources can stay anonymous online. One session covers using Tor, a free software program that enables users to communicate anonymously on the Internet. Topics covered include what mobile and broadband networks know about subscribers, how Tor compares to VPNs, and public key cryptography. The second session focuses on GlobaLeaks, a secure "dropbox" so that sources can digitally send tips and documents to news organizations. 

Speakers
avatar for Claudio Agosti

Claudio Agosti

President / Software Engineer, Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights
"Cryptography for the masses" its my living motto since the Windows ME era. | Software developer oriented in security and privacy. | Committed on GlobaLeaks since the first brainstorming. Continue to believe in technology that can help peoples. | Since the 2011 supports International Journalism Festival in Perugia, coordinating hackers that show to the journalists how the World, in the year 22 after Internet, is changed ;)
avatar for Fabio Pietrosanti

Fabio Pietrosanti

Secretary, Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights
Fabio Pietrosanti, hacking in the digital underground as “naif” since 1995, professionally works on Security and Cryptography since 1998. | Among the founders of the Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights http://logioshermes.org, he’s actively engaged in many projects related to online freedom of expression and transparency. | Supporter of anonymity networks by running Tor and Tor2web servers, he’s... Read More →
avatar for Karen Reilly

Karen Reilly

Development Director, Tor
Responsible for fundraising, advocacy, general marketing, policy outreach programs for Tor. She is also available to speak for audiences about the benefits of online anonymity, privacy, and Tor.


Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

Professors Track: Roundtable -- Teaching Computer-Assisted and Data Journalism (Eng)
The roundtable on teaching computer-assisted reporting and data journalism will be led by Knight Chair in Computer-Assisted Reporting Steve Doig, who is a pioneer in this field, and teaches at Arizona State University and has guest-taught around the world. Professors can share experiences, advice and new techniques.

Moderators
avatar for Steve Doig

Steve Doig

Knight Chair of Journalism, Arizona State University
Knight Chair of Journalism specialized in Computer Assisted Reporting. Former Miami Herald data journalist/research editor. Data projects have won Pulitzer, IRE Award, Goldsmith Prize and George Polk Award. My current passion is alerting reporters to their duty to use good security when communicating with vulnerable sources.

Monday October 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C2 (RDC)

10:30am

Departure for movies / “Histórias de Arcanjo” documentary (subtitles in Eng)

For “Histórias de Arcanjo” documentary (subtitled in English) exhibition, at Estacao Vivo Gavea theater (walking distance from PUC). 


Monday October 14, 2013 10:30am - 10:30am
P (Pilotis)

10:30am

Coffee Break
Coffee is on your own. 

Monday October 14, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
TBA

11:00am

GLOBAL: Sustainability Strategies for Nonprofit Newsrooms (Eng, Port, Span)

This panel revolves centers on the presentation of Kevin Davis, CEO of the Investigative News Network, an association of 90 North American-based nonprofit news organizations. Kevin will present sustainability strategies used successfully by U.S. nonprofit newsrooms, including revenue diversification, fundraising techniques, and business planning. The panel of respondents – with broad experience in East Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America -- will offer comments on how well these strategies can be adapted around the world. 


Speakers
avatar for Mariano Blejman

Mariano Blejman

Director, Media Party - Media Factory
Former Knight Fellow at ICFJ Mariano Blejman is an editor and media enterpreteneur specialized in data journalism. Launched MediaFactory.vc the first news accelerator for media outlets in the world. | In 2011, he founded the Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires, a local chapter of the group that brings programmers and journalists together to find solutions to deliver informations. With 5500 members, the Buenos Aires chapter is already the largest in the... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis

Executive Director, Investigative News Network
Kevin Davis is CEO and Executive Director of the Investigative News Network (INN), a growing consortium of more than 80 nonprofit newsrooms producing nonpartisan investigative and public interest journalism. Davis oversees INN’s efforts to promote the sustainability of its member organizations, and increase the impact of their reporting through collaboration.
avatar for Malou Mangahas

Malou Mangahas

Executive Director, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
MALOU MANGAHAS is executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, a pioneering nonprofit launched in 1989. She is a veteran of Philippine journalism, served as a Nieman fellow at Harvard University, and has worked for various newspapers and news agencies based in Manila and overseas. She has worked for radio (briefly as a program host) and television (as executive producer of Debate, and as co-host of Palaban... Read More →
avatar for Drew Sullivan

Drew Sullivan

Editor, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Drew Sullivan, USA, co-founded the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Program (OCCRP) where he now serves as editor-in-chief. He is a journalist and social entrepreneur who founded the Center for Investigative Reporting in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2004 as well as the Journalism Development Network, an innovative media development organization with programs worldwide. He is the recipient of the European Press Prize, the Daniel Pearl Award... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

COLPIN: Investigaciones financiadas por el Fondo IPYS-CDKN (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Adriana León

Adriana León

Program Officer, IPYS
Periodista, oficial del programa de Libertades Informativas del IPYS y corresponsal en Perú para el  | diario Los Ángeles Times.

Speakers
avatar for Nelly Luna Amancio

Nelly Luna Amancio

Editora general, Ojo-Publico.com
Editora y fundadora de OjoPúblico. Periodista de investigación especializada en análisis de datos , desarrollo de aplicaciones web y la cobertura de temas ambientales, derechos humanos y poder corporativo. Como integrante de OjoPúblico recibió el 2015 el Premio Nacional de Derechos Humanos y el Premio a la mejor investigación del año del Data Journalism Awards. Sus reportajes de investigación han sido reconocidos con el Premio de la... Read More →
avatar for María Belen Arroyo

María Belen Arroyo

Editor, Vistazo Magazine
Maria Belen Arroyo, licenciada en Comunicación Impresa por la U Central del Ecuador. Trabaja en medios desde 1993. Colaboró en las redacciones de Diario El Comercio, El Universo y es actualmente editora política en Revista Vistazo, en Quito Ecuador. Fue becaria de la Fundación para el Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano, participó en talleres con el escritor Gabriel García Márquez. En septiembre 2013... Read More →
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Cristina Castro

Journalist, Semana Magazine
Periodista de Medio Ambiente de la Revista Semana desde enero de 2011.  Se ha especializado en el cubrimiento de temas ambientales relacionados con la minería, el conflicto armado, el manejo del agua y el cambio climático. Obtuvo el primer lugar del premio nacional de periodismo ambiental en 2011. Abogada de la Universidad del Rosario con doble titulación en la Universidad de Paris II, Pantheon Assas, en el master de... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
A (Pastoral)

11:00am

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Compras Estatales (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Pedro Tenorio

Pedro Tenorio

Director, Correo Semanal Manazine
Periodista. Director de la revista CORREO SEMANAL. Publicación de actualidad política, económica y social editada por el Grupo Epensa. |   | He sido editor de investigaciones del diario Perú.21 y, anteriormente, editor asociado de la revista CARETAS. Especializado en temas políticos y con experiencia en radio y televisión. 

Speakers
avatar for Lisseth Boon

Lisseth Boon

Investigative Journalist, Ultimas Noticias / El Mundo Economía & Negocios
Periodista venezolana graduada en la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (Ucab) de Caracas en 1993. Más de veinte años de experiencia en medios impresos venezolanos. Hice estudios de postgrado en Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, España (doctorado en Comunicación Social 2000-2004) y en la Universidad Simón Bolívar de Caracas (maestría en Ciencia Política, 1996-1998). | Dos de mis investigaciones sobre obras públicas y compras... Read More →
avatar for Nancy Vacaflor

Nancy Vacaflor

Journalist, Página Siete Newspaper
Nancy Vacaflor Gonzales de nacionalidad Boliviana, obtuvo el título de licenciada en comunicación social, en la Universidad San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca. Ejerció 16 años como productora de radio y luego jefe de prensa en medios de comunicación radial. Articulista de un semanario. Actualmente y durante más de tres años es periodista- redactora del periódico Página Siete
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Gustavo Villarrubia

Investigative Reporter, CIPER
Trabajó seis años en India como corresponsal y colaborador de CNN en Español, TBS (Japón), Radio Monitor (México), TV Globo (Brasil), Canal 13 y Radio Cooperativa (Chile). Corresponsal de guerra en Afganistán (septiembre-diciembre 2001) e Irak (abril 2003). Desde abril de 2002 a 2010 trabajó como reportero investigador del programa Contacto de Canal 13. Obtuvo el Premio Chilectra a “Las buenas prácticas periodísticas” (2005) y fue... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
B4 (AMEX)

11:00am

GLOBAL Showcase: Brazil -- The Struggle for the Future (Eng, Port, Span)
Moderators
avatar for Rosental Alves

Rosental Alves

Professor, University of Texas, Austin
Alves began his academic career in the United States in March 1996, after 27 years as a professional journalist, including seven years as a journalism professor in Brazil. He moved to Austin from Rio de Janeiro, where he was the managing editor and member of the board of directors of Jornal do Brasil, one of the most important Brazilian newspapers. Alves worked for that paper for 23 years.For more than a decade, Alves was a foreign... Read More →
avatar for Fernando Rodrigues

Fernando Rodrigues

Reporter/Columnist, UOL/Jovem Pan
Fernando Rodrigues, 52, is a Brazilian investigative journalist. Rodrigues is based in Brasília (Brazil’s capital). He has been with the news portal UOL since the year 2000. UOL (www.uol.com.br) is a leading Internet portal in Brazil with 50 million unique visitors traffic (July/2015). |   | As a print media journalist, Rodrigues worked 27 years for "Folha de S.Paulo” as Economics Editor in São Paulo and foreign correspondent in New... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Joaquim Barbosa

Joaquim Barbosa

President, Supreme Court of Brazil
Current president of the Supreme Court of Brazil, Joaquim Barbosa was Federal Public Prosecutor in Brasilia (1984-1993) and in Rio de Janeiro (1993-2003). Is also licensed teacher of Pontifical Catholic University Law School in Rio de Janeiro, where he ran the classes of Constitutional and Administrative Law. | | Barbosa has Master's degree and PhD in Public Law by Paris-II University (Pantheon-Assas), and Master's degree in State and Rights... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
D (Ginásio)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Investigating Financial Cons (Eng)

The world's biggest thieves are not shady looking characters lurking in dark alleys, but con artists, bankers and executives who wear designer suites, work out of offices in the financial districts and dine with prime ministers and presidents. Some of the crooks don't even break the law. During this session you will learn how to mine the public record and investigate white-collar crimes.



Moderators
avatar for Jens Egil Heftøy

Jens Egil Heftøy

Director, SKUP
Jens Egil Heftøy er sekreteriatsleder i SKUP. Han har tidligere jobbet som journalist for NRK, Nettavisen, Kanal 24, og Kampanje. | --- | | Jens Egil Heftoy (41) is the executive director for The Norwegian Foundation for Investigative Journalism, SKUP. Before joining SKUP as its first fulltime employee in 2009, Jens worked as a reporter for both national and local media for almost 15 years. He worked in both print, radio and web.

Speakers
avatar for David Cay Johnston

David Cay Johnston

President, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Syracuse University College of Law
American investigative journalist and best-selling author, specialist in economics and tax issues, and winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting. IRE Board President.
avatar for Daniel Santoro

Daniel Santoro

Editor, Clarín Newspaper
Editor de la sección El País del diario Clarín y especialista en casos de corrupción. Es catedrático de Técnicas del Periodismo de Investigación de la maestría de Clarín; de la U. de Belgrano, y de los talleres de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano. Autor de Técnica de Investigación del FCE y la FNPI, Venta de Armas, hombres de Menem (2001), Los... Read More →
avatar for Roman Shleynov

Roman Shleynov

Vedemosti Newspaper
Roman Shleynov, Russia, is an investigative observer at Vedomosti business daily, the Russian project of The Wall Street Journal andFinancial Times. Before October 2010 he worked as investigations editor at Novaya Gazeta and served as an editorial board member. | During his time at Novaya Gazeta, he has also worked as information section Reporter, deputy head of information section, investigative Reporter... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Narco-mafias (Eng)
We wonder how the drug gang in the TV show “Breaking Bad” would have fared if our sharp-eyed investigative journalists had been around when they were making millions from cooking crystal meth. Instead, they got away with horrific violence and made it big. The global drug trade is estimated to worth hundreds of billions of dollars a year. Come hear how these three journalists have tracked illicit drugs and the druglords’ fortunes, and what’s involved in trying to do that reporting. Ricardo Ravelo (@RRavelo27) of Mexico’s Variopinto Magazine will share lessons learned from years investigating the Mexican drug cartels, including the Zetas franchise, subject of his new book. Stevan Dojcinovic (@StevanOCCRP ) of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia will show how to track illicit funds, and draw the links. And Allen Yero Embalo (@ayembalo) will outline how he tracked multibillion-dollar cocaine shipments from Latin America to his tiny native Guinea Bissau in West Africa, and paid a heavy price for his work. Moderator: Vivienne Walt (@vivwalt)

Moderators
avatar for Vivienne Walt

Vivienne Walt

Journalist, Time Magazine
Vivienne Walt has written since 2003 for TIME Magazine, which she first joined as a correspondent while covering the Iraq War. | She is also a contributing writer for Fortune Magazine. She's traveled through most of Africa and the Middle East, focusing on war and conflict, and the human toll wrought by Western business operations, from diamonds to oil exploration. | She is a board member of the Overseas Press Club of America, and a regular... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Stevan Dojcinovic

Stevan Dojcinovic

Investigative reporter, Serbian Center for Investigative Reporting
Stevan Dojcinovic is an investigative reporter based in Belgrade who works for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and the Centre for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS).  He specializes in investigating links between organized crime and Balkan businessmen, privatisation deals, money laundering, private security agencies and the gambling industry. He also teaches journalists how to collect and analyse... Read More →
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Allen Yero Embalo

Association of Journalists and Communication Professional of Guinea Bissau (SINJOTEC)
Allen Embalo is a radio journalist in the West African country of Guinea Bissau, who has spent years investigating the cocaine trafficking cartels operating out of his country. At huge risk to himself, his reporting linked the multibillion-dollar trade to political and military figures, and closely tracked the massive flow of drugs from Latin America into one of Africa's poorest countries, and its on-shipment to Europe and elsewhere. Embalo is... Read More →
avatar for Ricardo Ravelo

Ricardo Ravelo

Director, Variopinto Magazine
Ricardo Ravelo (Veracruz, 1966) estudió periodismo en la Universidad Veracruzana y lo ejerce desde 1987, cuando inició su carrera como reportero de los periódicos El Dictamen, La Nación, Sur y la revista Llave. | En 1991 empezó a trabajar como corresponsal de la revista Proceso en Veracruz, y en 1996 se incorporó a la redacción de ese semanario como reportero de tiempo completo, donde se le... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

ABRAJI: Stories: Marighella and Vlado Herzog True Biographies (Eng, Port)
Moderators
avatar for Aziz Filho

Aziz Filho

Executive editor, O Dia
Post graduated in Public Policies and Government for Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Was reporter for politics in Jornal do Brasil, Folha de S.Paulo en O Globo. In 1995, won an Esso prize for the story Guerrilha no Araguaia, with Amaury Ribeiro Junior, Adriana Barsotti, Consuelo Dieguez and Cid Benjamim. The reporting revealed clandestine cemeteries used by Brazilian dictatorship agents to bury guerrilla members... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Audálio Dantas

Audálio Dantas

Independent journalist
Dantas has a 59-year career as a journalist and has worked in the newspaper Folha da Manhã, and at the magazines O Cruzeiro, Realidade and Manchete. Among his major works is the book "Quarto de despejo”, his edited version of the diary of a Favela do Caninde (northern zone of Sao Paulo city) resident. The resident chronicles the day-to-day community exposing social problems such as the lack of medical care, food and home... Read More →
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Mário Magalhães

Columnist, UOL
Magalhães has 27 years of work as a journalist. Already worked at the newspapers “Tribuna da Imprensa”, “O Globo”, “O Estado de S.Paulo” and “Folha de S.Paulo”, where he was until 2003, when started his research to write the biography of Carlos Marighella, Brazilian lefty activist, guerrilla and poet. | | Magalhães returned to Folha in 2006 and worked as ombudsman between 2007 and... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B3 (IAG)

11:00am

ABRAJI: Workshop: Excelencias: Finding Information on Brazilian Members of Congress (Port)
Speakers
avatar for Claudio Weber Abramo

Claudio Weber Abramo

Executive director, Transparencia Brasil
Claudio Weber Abramo is executive director for NGO Transparencia Brasil. Graduated in Mathematics for University of Sao Paulo (USP) and master in Philosophy of Science for Campinas University (Unicamp). Before joining Transparencia Brasil, his major professional activity was in communications - specially in journalism. Organized the book "A Regra do Jogo", authored by the journalist Claudio Abramo, his father. Collaborates frequently to the press... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C3 (RDC)

11:00am

11:00am

GLOBAL: Basic Statistics for Investigations Using a Spreadsheet (Eng)

Some data analysis requires smart and straightforward use of statistical tools. Sarah Cohen of the New York Times will show you what tools to use and how to interpret statistics correctly.


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Cohen

Sarah Cohen

President of IRE/Editor, New York Times
Sarah Cohen is the editor of the New York Times' computer-assisted reporting desk, which specializes in original reporting for investigative and enterprise stories. She also serves as president of the Investigative Reporters and Editors' board of directors. Cohen has shared in the Pulitzer Prize for Invstiigative Reporting, the Goldsmith Prize, the IRE medal and other national awards. She previously worked as the Knight Chair in Computational... Read More →
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Peter Verweij

Director, D3-Media multimedia and data journalism
Peter Verweij works with his company D3-Media as a trainer and consultant for the new media; giving training at mayor Dutch newspapers and TV newsrooms. This year his activities are focusing on data journalism; training for mayor Dutch and Belgium newspapers: HDC Media and de Telegraaf; Persgroep(Volksrant Trouw AD en Parool) and Financieel Dagblad. Verweij took part as trainer and consultant in the project for Arab journalists, teaching in... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Professors Track: Papers on Investigative & Data Journalism / Papers sobre Periodismo de Investigación y Periodismo de Datos (Span)

Jorge Benítez Cabral presentará su trabajo “Método alternativo eficaz para la enseñanza del Periodismo de Investigación en una sociedad con educación periodística universitaria incipiente”. Luis Alarcón aborda la experiencia de enseñanza del periodismo de investigación en la Escuela de Ciencias de la Comunicación de la Universidad Señor de Sipán en Perú y la formación de jóvenes periodistas en la lucha contra la corrupción. Paul Mena explora cuáles son los primeros pasos que deben adoptar los periodistas y medios de comunicación para impulsar el periodismo de datos en medio de un ambiente de pugna constante del gobierno con la prensa, mediante el análisis del caso ecuatoriano.



Moderators
avatar for Luis Alarcón

Luis Alarcón

Director of Communication Sciences School, Señor de Sipán University
Luis Rolando Alarcón LLontop (Lima, 1968) is journalist, writer and researcher. He is master in university teaching and licensed in journalism. He has worked as correspondent of the closed newspaper The Sun of Lima, publisher of the Sunday magazine of La Industria, a newspaper of Chiclayo, and columnist of El Correo and La República, regional editions. He has gained prizes both from the journalism (for summons of the National... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jorge Benítez Cabral

Jorge Benítez Cabral

Secretario de redacción/Periodista de investigación, Diario ABC Color
Secretario de redación y periodista de investigación del diario ABC Color. Profesor de periodismo de investigación, géneros periodísticos y fundamentos del periodismo en la Universidad del Norte (Uninorte)-Asunción. En otros años, ha sido jefe de política del diario La Nación, editor de economíia en el Hoy y El Día. Corresponsal de la agencia española... Read More →
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Paul Mena Erazo

Colaborador BBC Mundo, Profesor Periodismo Multimedios Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Fope (Ecuador) | Paúl Mena Erazo (@PaulMena) es corresponsal de prensa internacional desde Ecuador y profesor de Periodismo Multimedios de la Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), con más de 18 años de experiencia profesional. Desde 2009 colabora regularmente con BBC Mundo. Ha escrito para diario El País de España, así como para medios de comunicación de Ecuador como diario Hoy, diario Expreso y revista Vistazo. Posee una... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C2 (RDC)

12:30pm

GLOBAL LUNCH SHOWCASE: Surveillance and Secret Government (Eng, Port, Span)

Since June 2013, Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald has broken a series of extraordinary stories on the scope of electronic eavesdropping by the U.S. National Security Agency and its allies. In this showcase talk, Greenwald will talk about his work uncovering the NSA's global surveillance programs, Washington's war on whistleblowers and the press, and what the new age of surveillance means to journalists worldwide. 

Greenwald writes on civil liberties and US national security issues for The Guardian. A former constitutional lawyer, he was until 2012 a contributing writer at Salon. He is currently working on a book based on his NSA reporting, which, according to its publisher, will “contain new revelations exposing the extraordinary cooperation of private industry and the far-reaching consequences of the government’s program, both domestically and abroad.”


Moderators
avatar for Margo Smit

Margo Smit

Ombudsman, Onderzoeksjournalist, NOS, Margo Smit Journalistiek
Margo Smit has been the Director of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists until September 2015. Now she is working as ombudsman at the Dutch Broadcasting Foundation (NOS) and as an independent investigative journalist. Smit is author of several publications about freedom of information, investigative journalism and cross border investigations. She is also a frequent speaker and moderator on international conferences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Glenn Greenwald

Glenn Greenwald

The Guardian
Glenn Greenwald is a columnist on civil liberties and US national security issues for the Guardian. A former constitutional lawyer, he was until 2012 a contributing writer at Salon. 


Monday October 14, 2013 12:30pm - 1:45pm
D (Ginásio)

1:45pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Investigating in Hot Spots (Eng, Port, Span)
Here are extraordinary journalists from four countries who routinely face the prospect of violent attacks, kidnappings, social upheaval, or prosecutions. How can you do investigative reporting when you're under attack and the rules keep changing? Here's how your colleagues do it on the front lines in Mexico, Pakistan, Tunisia, and Turkey. 

Moderators
avatar for Anton Harber

Anton Harber

Caxton Professor of Journalism, University of the Witwatersrand
Anton Harber is the Caxton Professor of Journalism and Media Studies and Director of the Journalism Programme at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Harber was a founder and editor of the anti-apartheid Weekly Mail (now the Mail & Guardian). He is the author of Diepsloot (Jonathan Ball, 2011. He is chair of the Freedom of Expression Institute.

Speakers
avatar for Umar Cheema

Umar Cheema

Investigative reporter, The News
Umar Cheema is an investigative reporter for Pakistan's English language daily, The News International. In 2008, he won a was a Daniel Pearl Journalism Fellowship, and was the first Pearl fellow to work for The New York Times. Cheema studied at the London School of Economics under a Chevening Scholarship and obtained a master degree in Comparative Politics. | | Twitter: @UmarCheema1 
avatar for Haluk Sahin

Haluk Sahin

Professor, Istanbul Bilgi University
Professor of Communications, author, journalist ...People's right to know -- that is what we've been passionate about.
avatar for Nedim Sener

Nedim Sener

Investigative Journalist
Nedim Şener, one of Turkey’s leading investigative journalists, specializes in police and national security investigations. In March 2011, he was detained and jailed, under widely criticized charges, by the Turkish government for allegedly supporting an armed terrorist organization in connection with the so-called "Ergenekon" plot. Ten journalists have been charged in the case, including investigative journalist Ahmet Şik, writer... Read More →
avatar for Marcela Turati

Marcela Turati

Investigative Journalist, Proceso Magazine/Periodistas de a Pie
Marcela Turati Muñoz, Mexico, is a reporter for the magazine Proceso, where she reports about human rights, social development, and the impact of drug violence and its victims. She is co-founder of the network Periodistas de a Pie (Journalists on Foot), dedicated to training journalists to improve the quality of their journalism and to defend freedom of expression. | She received the Louis Lyons Award for conscience and integrity in... Read More →
avatar for Hanene Zbiss

Hanene Zbiss

Chief editor, Iraqiyat
Hanene Zbiss started her career 13 years ago. She is one of the first investigative journalists in Tunisia. She got Samir Kassir Award in June 2014 for her investigation "Religious Kindergartens in Tunisia" and she got, in November 2012, the third award for investigative journalism, done by ARIJ (Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism). Actually, she is living in Kurdistan, Iraq and she is the editor in chief of the female magazine... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
D (Ginásio)

1:45pm

GLOBAL: Investigating the Food Industry (Eng, Port, Span)
This session will offer examples of investigative coverage of the global food industry, including tips on finding reliable data, documents, and people. Food is one topic in which nearly every global story is local, and the issues can be extraordinarily broad: genetic manipulation of crops and animals, organized crime's corruption of food distribution, market manipulation by agri-giants, unsafe additives, and more. The panel will also include a look at how energy and environmental issues are closely tied up with the food industry.

Resources here 

Moderators
avatar for Brant Houston

Brant Houston

Professor and Knight Chair in Investigative and Enterprise Reporting, University of Illinois
Brant Houston is the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting at the University of Illinois where he teaches investigative and data journalism and oversees an online newsroom. He previously was executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors, a group of 5,000 members, and before that an award-winning investigative reporter for 17 years. He is co-founder and chair of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and co-author of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Cecilia Anesi

Cecilia Anesi

Reporter, Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI)
Cecilia Anesi is journalist, film-maker and co-founder of Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI). She studied at the United World College of the Adriatic and holds a 'First' Hons BA in Journalism at City University London. She co-authored the awarded investigative documentary on waste trafficking "Toxic Europe". Recently she collaborated in transnational investigations like DJA's winner “Argentina’s Senate Expenses, 2004-2013" by La... Read More →
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →
avatar for Giulio Rubino

Giulio Rubino

Reporter - Board Member, Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI)
Giulio Rubino is a freelance journalist. He studied a the Sapienza University of Rome. In 2007 he has worked as a freelance journalist in Argentina and Bolivia. He wrote for Italian papers and magazines such as Terra, Il Manifesto, Carta. In 2011 he co-authored Toxic Europe - an investigative journalism documentary that won the Best International Organised Crime Report Award 2011. Since then he's been working on transnational investigations... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

GLOBAL: Using Numbers in Investigations (Eng)
How to Make Big Numbers Make Sense for Readers, Listeners and Viewers: In this session you will learn simple concepts to imbue numbers of all kinds with meaning that will resonate with your audience and make your work stand out.

Speakers
avatar for David Cay Johnston

David Cay Johnston

President, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Syracuse University College of Law
American investigative journalist and best-selling author, specialist in economics and tax issues, and winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting. IRE Board President.


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

GLOBAL: Investigating Criminal Enterprises (Eng)

The FBI defines a criminal enterprise as a group of individuals with an identified hierarchy, or comparable structure, engaged in significant criminal activity. These organizations often engage in multiple criminal activities and have extensive supporting networks. In this panel, we look at criminal enterprises with this broad definition, using case studies of public corruption, contracting fraud and bribery, black market entrepreneurs, and other criminal conspiracies. 


Moderators
avatar for David Kaplan

David Kaplan

Executive Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
David E. Kaplan is executive director of Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), the international association of investigative reporting organizations, with 138 member groups in 62 countries. He has worked as an investigative journalist for more than 30 years, reported from two dozen countries, and won or shared more than 25 awards. He has managed nonprofit newsrooms, investigative teams, and numerous cross-border projects. During the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Khadija Ismayilova

Khadija Ismayilova

OCCRP/Radio Free Europe
Khadija Ismayilova works with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and hosts a daily current affairs show on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Azerbaijan. She started out as a translator at the offices of a newspaper in Baku, but gradually traded her job for one as a reporter. Now she hosts a weekly program on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Azerbaijani service, where she reports on... Read More →
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Fredrik Laurin

Investigative Editor, Sveriges Radio
Fredrik Laurin has been working as a journalist since 1989. He´s currently Special projects Editor at Swedish Television. During fourteen years from 2000 he formed a team with Sven Bergman and Joachim Dyfvermark and was since 2006 working with them as an investigative reporter/producer for Sweden’s main investigative Programme "Uppdrag granskning" at SVT - Swedish Television.Before that, Fredrik was an investigative reporter/producer for the... Read More →
avatar for Drew Sullivan

Drew Sullivan

Editor, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Drew Sullivan, USA, co-founded the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Program (OCCRP) where he now serves as editor-in-chief. He is a journalist and social entrepreneur who founded the Center for Investigative Reporting in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2004 as well as the Journalism Development Network, an innovative media development organization with programs worldwide. He is the recipient of the European Press Prize, the Daniel Pearl Award... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

ABRAJI. Brazilian Protests Coverage (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Paulo Oliveira

Paulo Oliveira

Deputy editor, A Tarde
Deputy editor for A Tarde newspaper (Bahia state, northeast of Brazil). Worked as reporter, chief reporter, subeditor and editor-in-chief for Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul, Ceara and Bahia newspapers. Was CAR trainer for Abraji and coordinated a popular communication programme in Favela da Mare, in Rio. | | Won the Vladimir Herzog Human Rights Award in 1993, for an expose on death squads formed by policemen in Rio de Janeiro state. Is a... Read More →

Speakers
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Bruno Paes Manso

Reporter, O Estado de S.Paulo
Reporter for cities in O Estado de S.Paulo, Paes Manso has a degree in Journalism in Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, a degree in Economy in Administration and Economy School of Sao Paulo University and a PhD in Political Science in the same university. | | In 2005, he has published The X Man, a reporting book on the profiles from authors of crimes in Sao Paulo, based on their speeches and data of homicides. | | During 2013 June... Read More →
avatar for Bruno Torturra

Bruno Torturra

Journalist/Photographer, Midia NINJA
Journalist and photographer, is one of the founders of Midia NNJA (Independent Narratives, Journalism and Action, in Portuguese acronym), which played a significant role in the coverage of protests in 2013 June, broadcasting them live and online from laptops and cellphones. | | Has worked for 11 years for Trip magazine as reporter, international correspondent and director. In 2011, collaborated for creation of PosTV (http://postv.org).
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Joao Wainer

Editor/TV Folha, Folha de S.Paulo
Started as professional photographer at the “Jornal da Tarde”, in 1993. From 1995 to 1996, was assistant at the Bob Wolfenson’s studio. Since 1997, works at Folha de S.Paulo - in which he runs TV Folha since 2011. | | In 2002, covered the Presidential campaign of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, what resulted in the exposition “Retrato de Campanha”. In 2003, released with the photographer Maurren Bisilliat... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
A (Pastoral)

1:45pm

ABRAJI: Workshop: Investigating Public Expenditures (Eng)
Speakers
avatar for Gil Castello Branco

Gil Castello Branco

Founder and general secretary, Contas Abertas
Is an economist, founder and general secretary of Contas Abertas Association, which monitors the federal budget and financial execution, estimulating transparency, access to information and social oversight. | | The NGO, created in December 9th, 2005 - International Day on Fighting Corruption - has received international and national awards, as UNDOC Prize (2008), Esso for Best Contribution for the Press (2007), Transparency and Public Oversight... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Temas Electorales (Span)
Moderators
avatar for César Ricaurte

César Ricaurte

Executive Editor, Fundamedios
Desde el 2007 Director Ejecutivo de la Fundación para la Observación y Estudio de Medios, FUNDAMEDIOS. 

Speakers
avatar for Enrique Flor

Enrique Flor

Investigative Reporter, El Nuevo Herald
Investigative journalist specialized in public corruption and electoral fraud. His work in a team at El Nuevo Herald documented an absentee ballot fraud scheme that involved prominent Miami-Dade County political figures, an investigation for which he was honored with the Herald Hero Award 2012. As part of the Investigative Unit of El Comercio, in Peru, he was awarded by the Fundación para un Nuevo Periodismo (2002) and Inter American Press... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Lizárraga

Daniel Lizárraga

Investigations Coordinator, Aristegui Noticias
Investigations coordinator of Aristegui Noticias in Mexico. Former deputy director of the Animal Politico portal. He has worked for the daily El Universal and Reforma and Proceso magazine. Author of the book La Corrupción Azul (Blue Corruption). Since 2005 he has taught workshops on investigative journalism and access to information. Mexico National Journalism Prize 2015 and, recently, winner of Fundacion Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (FNPI... Read More →
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Ewald Scharfenberg

Director, Armando Info
I currently work as correspondant in Venezuela for El País, an spanish newspaper (www.elpais.com). I am also President of the Board of Instituto Prensa y Sociedad de Venezuela (www.ipys.org.ve). I'm passionate about well narrated (and, of course, investigated) stories. Right now I'm working on a story about former german SS scientists that got reunited in Venezuela after World War II.


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
B4 (AMEX)

1:45pm

COLPIN: Taller "Cómo Proteger tus Comunicaciones del Espionaje Internacional" (Eng, Span)
Journalists do their work in public, but they also need to protect confidentiality and preserve their own safety. In a world of widespread digital spying, how do you protect your own privacy and that of your sources from governments and criminals? Based on sessions EFF has conducted with reporters from Mexico, China, the United States, Palestine and more, this workshop will contain an overview of the
threats, how to assess your level of risk, and technology and best practices you can adopt to defend yourself and your data from State’s prying eyes. Bring your laptop or smartphone if you have one (but don’t
anyone else borrow it!).

Speakers
avatar for Danny O'Brien

Danny O'Brien

International Director, EFF
Danny O'Brien has been an activist for online free speech and privacy for over 15 years. In his home country of the UK, he fought against repressive anti-encryption law, and helped make the UK Parliament more transparent with FaxYourMP.  He was EFF's activist from 2005 to 2007, and its international outreach coordinator from 2007-2009. After three years working to protect at-risk online reporters with the Committee to Protect Journalists, he... Read More →
avatar for Katitza Rodriguez

Katitza Rodriguez

International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Katitza Rodriguez is EFF's International Rights Director. She concentrates on comparative policy of international privacy issues, with special emphasis on law enforcement, government surveillance, and cross border data flows. Her work in EFF's International Program also focuses on cybersecurity at the intersection of privacy, freedom of expression, and copyright enforcement.


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
C5 (RDC)

1:45pm

GLOBAL: Introduction to Data Cleaning: Using Spreadsheets and Database Managers (Eng)
This session in data cleaning will show you the different ways to correct inaccuracies in datasets whether you are working in a spreadsheet or database manager.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

GLOBAL: Text Mining with Document Cloud (Eng)

DocumentCloud from IRE is a simple to use package of software that will allow you to upload PDFs or Text to the Cloud so you can look for patterns in documents. It also allows you to annotate documents and share them with the public. Mark Horvit and Jaimi Dowdell of IRE will show you how to use it.



Speakers
avatar for Jaimie Dowdell

Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →
avatar for Mark Horvit

Mark Horvit

Executive Director, IRE
Mark Horvit is the executive Director of Investigative Reporters & Editors. He oversees training, conferences and services for more than 4,300 members worldwide, and for programs including the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) and DocumentCloud.


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

1:45pm

GLOBAL: ICIJ Workshop: Using the Leaked Offshore Documents (Eng)

On June 14, 2013, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released a web application with ownership information on more than 100,000 entities incorporated in 10 offshore jurisdictions, partially stripping away the secrecy associated to tax havens. The ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database reveals the directors, shareholders and when possible, beneficial owners of secret companies in the British Virgin Islands, Cook Islands and Singapore, among other offshore locales. Three members of the cross-border team that built this application will explain how they brought it to life –starting with a maze of leaked databases with no roadmap and no explanation and turning it into an online database that allows users to explore the offshore networks of tens of thousands of people around the world. They will also explain how to best use this tool and how to combine it with the real treasure trove of the Offshore Leaks investigation: 2.5 million files that already have produced hundreds of stories worldwide.



Speakers
avatar for Mar Cabra

Mar Cabra

Head of the Data & Research Unit, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Mar Cabra is hoofd van de Data & Research Unit van het International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) en in die functie spin in het web bij de Panama Papers en BahamaLeaks. Eerder werkte ze onder meer voor de BBC, de International Herald Tribune en The Huffington Post. Ze won de Spaanse Larra Award  als veelbelovendste journalist onder de 30. Cabra stond ook aan de wieg van de eerste... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Caruana Galizia

Matthew Caruana Galizia

Web developer, La Nación
Matthew is a news apps developer at La Nación, Central America's biggest newspaper. From 2011-2013 he was one of a handful of developers who prototyped and launched profitable web apps for the Financial Times and The Economist. In 2012, the tiny company he worked for was acquired by Pearson, becoming FT Labs. He left this year to become one of the first few newsroom-embedded developers in Central America. In 2010, Matthew was a News21 fellow... Read More →
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm
B3 (IAG)

3:15pm

Coffee Break
Monday October 14, 2013 3:15pm - 3:30pm
TBA

3:30pm

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: The Futures of Investigative Journalism (Eng, Port, Span)
In a time of disruption and change in the journalism profession, there may be no one future or form for investigative reporting. It may be more traditional, based on interviews and observation. Or it may be digital, more data driven, or make more use of social media and use new devices for news gathering and presentation. These panelists -- drawn from Costa Rica, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, and the United States, will share their ideas of what is next for global investigative journalism.

Moderators
avatar for Brant Houston

Brant Houston

Professor and Knight Chair in Investigative and Enterprise Reporting, University of Illinois
Brant Houston is the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting at the University of Illinois where he teaches investigative and data journalism and oversees an online newsroom. He previously was executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors, a group of 5,000 members, and before that an award-winning investigative reporter for 17 years. He is co-founder and chair of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and co-author of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ying Chan

Ying Chan

Director & Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Centre, University of Hong Kong
Ying Chan is a writer, educator, and the founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. As an academic unit of HKU, the JMSC offers professional graduate and undergraduate degrees in journalism, and MPhil and PhD degrees. She was also the founding dean (2003-2011) of the journalism school at Shantou University in China. Prior to joining HKU in 1998, Chan spent 23 years working as a journalist in New York City, where she... Read More →
avatar for Tom Giles

Tom Giles

Editor, BBC Panorama
Tom Giles is editor of Panorama, the BBC's flagship current affairs series. He began his BBC career in 1991 as an assistant producer for World Service Radio. He has since worked on the Nine O'clock News, Newsnight, Panorama, Horizon and, for Current Affairs, on series such as Hooligans and the BBC Two's White Season and BBC's factual drama development. He served as an executive producer for BBC Current Affairs and was responsible for some... Read More →
avatar for Charles Lewis

Charles Lewis

Founding Executive Editor, Investigative Reporting Workshop
A bestselling author and national investigative journalist for over 30 years, Charles Lewis is a tenured professor of journalism and since 2008 the founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C. He is the founder of The Center for Public Integrity (including its International Consortium of Investigative Journalists) and other nonprofit... Read More →
avatar for Giannina Segnini

Giannina Segnini

Journalism Professor, Columbia University
Giannna Segnini heads the Data Concentration Program at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was the head of the investigative team at «La Nacion» in Costa Rica. Their investigations has led to prosecution of more than 50 politicians, businessmen and public servants in Costa Rica, UK, USA, France and Finland. Two former presidents in Costa Rica is convicted for corruption. Segnini has been training journalists... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
D (Ginásio)

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Research and the Web: Tricks of the Trade (Eng, Port, Span)
Two of journalism's top online sleuths will share methods and sources for investigations. Paul Myers will be talking about the hidden ways of searching social media and demonstrating technical tools that can aid your research. Margot Williams will show the latest and greatest public records databases and tips on how to connect the dots for stories.

Moderators
avatar for Gabriela Manuli

Gabriela Manuli

Deputy Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
Gabriela Manuli, GIJN Deputy Director. A native of Argentina, Gabriela Manuli has been a journalist for more than ten years, working for radio and TV shows, magazines, and newspapers. From 2005 to 2009 she was a member of the investigative reporting team of Perfil Newspaper in Argentina and covered issues such as migration, human rights, and discrimination in Latin America. She also worked as IJNet’s Spanish Editor and Community Manager. As... Read More →

Speakers
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Paul Myers

Internet research specialist, BBC
Met Paul Myers keert een oude bekende naar de conferentie terug. Al bijna twee decennia is hij een toonaangevende online search specialist.  Hij werkt voor de BBC als onderzoeksjournalist en geeft daarnaast trainingen over onder andere online research, datajournalistiek en omgaan met bewijs aan mensen van onder meer The Guardian, the Times en CNN. Hij blogt voor BBC College of Journalism.
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Margot Williams

Research editor, The Intercept
Margot Williams is research editor for investigations at The Intercept, previously at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), NPR, The New York Times and the Washington Post. She has pursued jihadists online and detainees who died in U.S. immigration detention, investigated war contractors and followed the money (and private jets) of mayors, governors, senators, presidential candidates, and ex-presidents. She has spread... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:30pm

ABRAJI: Brazil's Freedom of Information Law after 18 Months (Port)
Moderators
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Guilherme Canela

Coordinator - Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO
Guilherme Canela holds a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Brasília (UnB) and a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of São Paulo (USP). He coordinates the programmatic area of the Communication and Information Sector of the UNESCO Montevideo Office. | He coordinated the media and journalism research area of the News Agency for Children’s Rights (ANDI) for 8 years. During this... Read More →

Speakers
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Jorge Hage

Comptroller General, Office of the Comptroller General
Jorge Hage Sobrinho graduated in Law from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) in 1960, and has been awarded Masters Degrees in Public Administration from the University of Southern California – Los Angeles (1963), and in Public Law from the University of Brasília – UnB (1998). | | He worked as a Lawyer in Salvador (1963-1970), and was an Associate Professor of Public Administration at the Federal University of Bahia... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
A (Pastoral)

3:30pm

ABRAJI: Workshop: Computer-Assisted Reporting: The Basics
Speakers
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José Roberto de Toledo

Columnist/Editor, O Estado de S.Paulo
Is journalist since 1986. Graduated in Journalism by the Sao Paulo University, Toledo is currently Colunista for O Estado de S.Paulo, blogger at the newspaper site and Colunista at RedeTV!, besides being the vice-President of Abraji (of which he is one of the founders). | | Specialized in research analysis and CAR (Computer Assisted Reporting) for over 13 years, he trained over 500 journalists - in nine states of Brazil and in Argentina... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
C3 (RDC)

3:30pm

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Derechos Humanos (Span)
Moderators
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Marianela Balbi

Executive Director, IPYS Venezuela

Speakers
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Ana Arana

Director, Fundación MEPI
La periodista Ana Arana dirige la mexicana Fundación MEPI, una institución privada dedicada al periodismo de investigación. 
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Daniel Enz

Director periodístico, Revista Análisis
En 1990, fundó el semanário Análisis de la Actualidad, de que es director, y en 1994 creó el diário Hora Cero. También fundó el semanário Región en Reconquista, el mensual Cronopio e el digital Análisis Digital, que ha sido el primer sitio periodístico de Entre Ríos e Santa Fé. Publicó artículos en las revistas Noticias, Tres Puntos, Humor y... Read More →
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Alejandro Santos

Director, Semana Magazine
Es el director de la revista Semana, el medio de política y economía más influyente de Colombia y uno de los más respetados en América Latina. Ha sido merecedor de importantes premios como el de la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa, Premio Rey de España y el premio Ipys / TILAC a mejor investigación en un caso de corrupción con la investigación de la “Parapolítica&rdquo... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
B4 (AMEX)

3:30pm

COLPIN: Taller "Generación de Mapas a Partir de Bases de Datos" (Span)
Speakers
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Rigoberto Carvajal

La Nación Newspaper
Ingeniero en Computación graduado del Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, con más de 7 años de experiencia en producción de software y administración de datos. Actualmente es Jefe Analista de Datos de la unidad de Investigación en La Nación de Costa Rica. Está a cargo de tareas de administración de bases de datos, procesos de extracción, transformación y carga... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
C5 (RDC)

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Social Network Analysis for Investigations: Using NodeXL in Excel to Track Influence and Corruption (Eng)
Professionals from the U.S. National Security Administration to epidemiologists to political analysts use social network analysis to track connections and influence among people and institution. Jaimi Dowdell of IRE will show you how to use a new easy to learn tool that is an add-on to Excel that will allow you to do social network analysis yourself.

Speakers
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Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Using Mapping for Investigations: The Basics of Arcinfo Online (Eng)
More mapping software is available online that allows you to locate information in investigations. A new tool, ArcInfo, can be used on international datasets.

Speakers
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Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
C2 (RDC)

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Security Workshop: Protecting Yourself on the Streets (Eng)
The surveillance specialist for INSI -- the International News Safety Institute -- shows how to protect yourself on the streets with good planning and techniques for physical security. Includes methods for anti-surveillance, how to detect whether you are being followed, and what to do if you are.  

Speakers
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Caroline Neil

Consultant - Trainer in security and risk management, International News Safety Institute
Caroline is an experienced trainer and security and risk management consultant, who has trained UK and foreign journalists both in the UK and overseas. | | She brings over 24 years of experience to INSI and has worked in South Asia, South America, Africa and the Middle East, providing training and security advice for a broad range of media organisations. She is the former Head of High Risk Security at the BBC. | | She began her... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:00pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Corruption & Crime Collaboration Workshop (Eng)
Limited Capacity seats available

The amount of dirty money washing around the world each year is estimated at $2 trillion, and it affects everything from health and human rights to democracy and national security. This session will be led by Sheila Coronel, director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University, and Drew Sullivan, founder of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project.

RESOURCES: The workshop team has assembled an extensive list of resources. You'll find more than 30 tipsheets and reports on covering crime and corruption, freedom of information laws, security, and more. 

Speakers
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Sheila Coronel

Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia University
Sheila is academic dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She is concurrently also director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Stabile professor of professional practice. She began her reporting career in the Philippines and was co-founder of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. She is the author and editor of more than a dozen books.
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Drew Sullivan

Editor, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Drew Sullivan, USA, co-founded the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Program (OCCRP) where he now serves as editor-in-chief. He is a journalist and social entrepreneur who founded the Center for Investigative Reporting in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2004 as well as the Journalism Development Network, an innovative media development organization with programs worldwide. He is the recipient of the European Press Prize, the Daniel Pearl Award... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:15pm
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:30pm

GLOBAL: Environmental Collaboration Workshop (Eng)
Limited Capacity seats available

GIJC13 will host some of the world’s top journalists writing on climate change, the oil industry and mining, rainforest destruction, toxic chemicals, and more. This workshop will be led by data journalism expert Nils Mulvad of Investigative Reporting Denmark and veteran environmental reporter Mark Schapiro, author of Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products.

RESOURCES: The workshop team has assembled an extensive list of resources to help fuel the discussion. Here are more than 30 databases, resources, and story ideas to get you started

A NOTE FROM OUR GUEST EDITORS: 

Hello GIJC participants,

The environment is rich with possibility for trans-national investigations—money, power and environmental damage, of course, show no respect for national frontiers.

We’ve compiled a list of some potentially valuable sources of information on environmental topics. This list is divided broadly into sources relating to climate change and the battle underway for cleaner energy; toxic chemicals impact on the environment and human health; the mining and oil industries; the illegal trade in wildlife and logging; and fracking.

You are invited to the upcoming workshop on transnational environmental collaborations, where we hope this document kick-starts some thinking on future investigations. The aim of the workshop is to have a discussion on these and related topics, to see where the most fruitful collaborations may lie. We are the facilitators of the discussion amongst us all: Our hope is that this list of sources provides not only some valuable future links for your investigations, but also may suggest some broad areas for collaborative investigations in the future.

We consider this a list to built upon and developed over time, starting with the upcoming workshop, and to act as a jumping off point for far more detailed discussion—based on your own experiences, interests, hunches.  Hopefully, we’ll identify some common areas of journalistic interest, and set the process in motion to kick off some investigations.

Look forward to seeing you in Rio!

Solidarnosc,

Nils Mulvad & Mark Schapiro



Speakers
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →
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Mark Schapiro

Contributor, Center for Investigative Reporting
MARK SCHAPIRO is an award-winning journalist who specializes in international environmental investigations, probing into the intersection between the environment, economics and political power. His work is published in Harpers, The Nation, Yale 360, Mother Jones, Newsweek, The Atlantic, and other publications, and he worked as a correspondent for the PBS newsmagazine FRONLTINE/World. He was until recently senior correspondent at the Center for... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2013 3:30pm - 5:15pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

5:30pm

Bus Departures for Awards and Homage Ceremony at Theatro Municipal
Buses depart from the PUC (Conference Venue) -- For the awards night at the Theatro Municipal, you will need a bracelet. Abraji will distribute bracelets the day of the event -- at the PUC, in the shuttle buses to the Theatro, and in the Theatro. 

Monday October 14, 2013 5:30pm - 5:30pm
TBA

7:30pm

Awards Ceremony (Eng, Port, Span)
Join us at the magnificent Theatro Municipal, one of the most beautiful buildings in Brazil, for the GIJC13 awards ceremony. The conference will announce and present three major sets of international investigative journalism honors: the Global Shining Light, Daniel Pearl, and Latin American Investigative Journalism awards. Abraji will also pay homage to pioneering Brazilian editor Marcos Sá Corrêa, and GIJN will honor longtime Guardian Investigative Editor David Leigh with a Lifetime Achievement Award. 

For the awards night at the Theatro Municipal, you will need a bracelet. Abraji will distribute bracelets the day of the event -- at the PUC, in the shuttle buses to the Theatro, and in the Theatro.  


Monday October 14, 2013 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Theatro Municipal Praça Floriano, Rio de Janeiro, 20031-050, Brazil

10:00pm

GIJC Blues Bash
Join us for some late night fun at a no-host party at Rio's Teatro Odisséia, where a blues bash will be played by GIJN's own all-journalist R&B band, The Muckrakers.

This will be the fourth Global Investigative Journalism Conference played by The Muckrakers, who came together at a boisterous jam in the basement bar of a Lillehammer, Norway, hotel in 2008. They have since played at GIJCs in Geneva and Kiev, and now they reunite in Rio -- backed by a Brazilian rhythm section. Come have a drink and dance as The Muckrakers steam through hits by the greatest names in R&B and soul: Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Martha Reeves, Elmore James, Wilson Picket, Junior Walker and more.

Drawn from four countries, The Muckrakers showcase the talents of three veteran musicians – a beautiful singer from Macedonia, a harmonica player from Chicago, and an American expatriate slide guitar player from Paris.

The Muckrakers are:

Ana Simonovska, vocals and rhythm guitar

Powerhouse singer Ana Simonovska’s musical skills were honed at the Conservatory and Faculty of Music Arts in her native Skopje, Macedonia. After graduation she played and recorded her own songs with a Macedonian rock band before going solo. After years as a TV journalist in Skopje, she now lives with her husband in Islamabad, Pakistan. 

Mark Lee Hunter, slide guitar and vocals
Ace guitarist Hunter has toured with Fontilla Timmons, studied with Bob Brozman, learned licks at the feet of John Lee Hooker, performed with musicians like the great Mexican guitarist Gil Gutierrez, and recorded with disco artist Kim Dorell and harmonica virtuoso Richard Hunter. Based in Paris, Hunter teaches journalism at INSEAD, one of the world’s leading business graduate schools.

Dave Kaplan, harmonica
Acclaimed harmonicist Dave Kaplan learned to play blues in his native Chicago. He’s spent over 30 years playing in blues, rock, and jazz bands. Known for blazing fast runs on the harp, Kaplan has performed worldwide. His work as an investigative journalist, meanwhile, has won more than 20 awards. Based in Washington, D.C., he now works as director of the Global Investigative Journalism Network. 

And our special guests: 

Igor Araujo, bass

Bruno Bade, drums
Drummer and architect Bruno Bade, 26, plays in the band Hover, an original music project. Prior to that, he played in many different styles, but mainly rock music. He is considered by many music producers the most talented drummer of his generation.

Peter Klein, keyboard
Peter studied music theory at the University of Miami, and learned from some of the top jazz pianists in America. Throughout the '90s he was a fixture in hotels and restaurants in Miami and Philadelphia, tossing in Thelonious Monk among sets of schmaltzy background music. He is a producer at 60 Minutes and director of the University of British Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

Bruno Sponchiado, DJ
Journalist and broadcaster Bruno Sponchiado studied at UFRJ, works at TV Globo, producing articles and other stuff for local newscasts. Nowadays, he collects information about what happens in Rio metropolitan area. During his free time, he likes to write analysis about the Brazilian automotive market for websites.

Cláudio Julio Tognolli, guitar
Claudio Julio Tognolli has been a professional journalist and guitar player for 35 years. He graduated in composition with conductor Hans Joachimm Koellreutter. He is a founding director of Abraji and a member of ICIJ. He holds a PhD and teaches at the University of São Paulo. The author of nine books, he will next release a biography of Record Plant's engineer Roy Cicala --who's been Claudio's friend for 10 years. He's worked at Veja and Rolling Stone magazines, Folha de S.Paulo and Jornal da Tarde newspapers, CBN, Eldorado and Jovem Pan radios. 

Lucas von Seehausen, guitar
Lucas produces the TV show Globo Comunidade for TV Globo, which brings to discussion the main issues of Rio de Janeiro's metropolitan area. He also works at the local news TV show RJTV. Lucas plays guitar in the band Hover, an original music project. With Hover, he has performed in many venues throughout the State of Rio de Janeiro, and also in the main venues of the city's historic Lapa entertainment district.


Monday October 14, 2013 10:00pm - Tuesday October 15, 2013 1:00am
TBA
 
Tuesday, October 15
 

9:00am

GLOBAL: Lightning Talks on Data Journalism (Eng)
Moderators
avatar for Steve Doig

Steve Doig

Knight Chair of Journalism, Arizona State University
Knight Chair of Journalism specialized in Computer Assisted Reporting. Former Miami Herald data journalist/research editor. Data projects have won Pulitzer, IRE Award, Goldsmith Prize and George Polk Award. My current passion is alerting reporters to their duty to use good security when communicating with vulnerable sources.

Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 9:30am
C3 (RDC)

9:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Award Winners: New Recipients of Pearl, Shining Light, and COLPIN Awards (Eng, Port, Span)
GIJC13 is the proud host for the awarding of three sets of international journalism honors: the Global Shining Light Award for investigative journalism under threat or duress in developing and transitioning countries; the Daniel Pearl Award for cross-border investigative reporting; and the Latin American Investigative Journalism Awards. The winners (and panelists) will be announced the night before at the conference awards ceremony. Here's a chance to hear how these journalists did their stories -- and what they recommend to others who want to do similar work.

Moderators
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rana1

Director, Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism
Rana Sabbagh, Jordan, is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ), the Amman based media support network promoting investigative journalism in nine Arab countries. In 28 years of professional experience in the Middle East, she has served as editor of the Jordan Times and was the first woman to run a political daily newspaper in the region. She was the former Reuters correspondent in Jordan and... Read More →
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Christopher Acosta

Director of Investigative Journalism Program, IPYS
Christopher Acosta , Jefe de Informaciones de INFOS, agencia de contenidos periodísticos desde donde publica investigaciones en la revista Poder y el diario Perú.21. Ha sido editor de la revista de negocios Visión Empresarial y del suplemento económico Emprendedores, del diario La Industria. Ex becario de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (Panamá, 2009) y de Georgetown University... Read More →
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Gerard Ryle

Director, ICIJ
Gerard Ryle leads the ICIJ’s headquarters staff in Washington, D.C., as well as overseeing the consortium’s more than 190 member journalists in more than 65 countries. Before joining as the ICIJ’s first non-American director in September 2011, Ryle spent 26 years working as a reporter, investigative reporter and editor in Australia and Ireland, including two decades at The Sydney Morning Herald and The... Read More →

Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
D (Ginásio)

9:00am

GLOBAL: Editing/Managing the Investigation (Eng)

This roundtable features five of the top project managers in investigative journalism. With a focus on best practices, the group will offer and discuss the most important guidelines and goals needed to build and manage a successful investigative project.


Moderators
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Fredrik Laurin

Investigative Editor, Sveriges Radio
Fredrik Laurin has been working as a journalist since 1989. He´s currently Special projects Editor at Swedish Television. During fourteen years from 2000 he formed a team with Sven Bergman and Joachim Dyfvermark and was since 2006 working with them as an investigative reporter/producer for Sweden’s main investigative Programme "Uppdrag granskning" at SVT - Swedish Television.Before that, Fredrik was an investigative reporter/producer for the... Read More →

Speakers
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Sarah Cohen

President of IRE/Editor, New York Times
Sarah Cohen is the editor of the New York Times' computer-assisted reporting desk, which specializes in original reporting for investigative and enterprise stories. She also serves as president of the Investigative Reporters and Editors' board of directors. Cohen has shared in the Pulitzer Prize for Invstiigative Reporting, the Goldsmith Prize, the IRE medal and other national awards. She previously worked as the Knight Chair in Computational... Read More →
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David Leigh

Guardian investigations editor 2000-2013, The Guardian
Guardian investigations editor 2000-2013 | | Professor of Reporting City University, London | | Trustee, Centre for Investigative Journalism, London | | Member, Intl Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Washington DC | | Co-author Guardian book on WIkileaks -new edition out October
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Ed Pound

Head of Investigative Unit, Al Jazeera America
Senior Executive Producer (Head of Investigative Unit) at Al Jazeera America. 
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Marina Walker

Deputy Director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism
Marina Walker Guevara is deputy director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, an independent network of reporters headquartered in Washington, DC. A native of Argentina, her investigations have won and shared more than 25 national and international awards, including from Long Island University’s George Polk Awards, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Overseas Press Club, the Society of Professional Journalists... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Great Investigations You Should Know About (Eng, Port, Span)
This "lightning round" format features short presentations by journalists with compelling investigative projects over the past year. Presentations include an exposé of government spying in South Korea, a cross-border project on organized crime and forced labor and migration in Latin America, officials stealing from schools in Ukraine, undercover investigatons in Jordan, the uncovering of a police death squad in South Africa, and a year-long investigation into illegal logging in Cameroon, Indonesia and the Russian Far East; and palm oil, narcos, and peasants in Central America.

Moderators
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Brant Houston

Professor and Knight Chair in Investigative and Enterprise Reporting, University of Illinois
Brant Houston is the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting at the University of Illinois where he teaches investigative and data journalism and oversees an online newsroom. He previously was executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors, a group of 5,000 members, and before that an award-winning investigative reporter for 17 years. He is co-founder and chair of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and co-author of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Sibylla Brodzinsky

Sibylla Brodzinsky

InSight Crime / The Guardian / The Economist
Sibylla has spent more than 20 years as a journalist writing about Latin American politics, human rights and social issues. She has worked and lived in Venezuela, Chile, France and the Dominican Republic and currently is based in Colombia as a freelance journalist, writing regularly for The Economist, The Guardian, The Christian Science Monitor. Her work has also appeared in TIME Magazine, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, The Houston... Read More →
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Kihoon Choi

Social News Editor, Korea Center for Investigative Journalism
Kihoon Choi is the social news editor at Korea Center for Investigative Journalism(KCIJ). Before coming to KCIJ in 2013 he had worked as a reporter at YTN(called CNN in Korea) since 1996.He exclusivly reported about the systematic interference of National Intelligence Service (NIS) at SNS internet service in last december's presidential election.He revealed the ciber network of hundreds of NIS agent team and the identity of a agent. His... Read More →
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Dmytro Gnap

Reporter, Agency Slidstvo.Info
Dmytro Gnap works as the journalist-investigator for the past five years. Before that he worked in television journalism in all positions: from reporter of news program to editor-in-chief. As an investigative journalist worked in the "Exclamation mark" TV-program (TVi-channel). To this program prepared resonant TV-investigations: “Royal Hunt of President Yanokovych”, “Crimean Cedar for President”, “Prosecutros-Rogues”. Also made... Read More →
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Stephan Hofstatter

Investigative journalist, Sunday Times
Stephan Hofstatter is a member of the investigations team at the Sunday Times newspaper in South Africa. His recent investigations into government corruption and police hit squads, conducted with two colleagues, led directly to South Africa’s police chief and several cabinet ministers being fired, and dozens of senior police officials being tried for murder. This year his investigations into South Africans involved in resource or arms deals... Read More →
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Peter Klein

Director & Assoc. Professor, International Reporting Program, University of British Columbia
Peter Klein is the director of University of British Columbia's School of Journalism and International Reporting Program. He is a producer with CBS News 60 Minutes and has produced projects for programs like Frontline, Nightline, 20/20 and 48 Hours. His program's most recent project is CUT, a year-long investigation into the roots of global illegal logging. His program's previous project was DYING FOR LAND, a New York Times video series on... Read More →
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Martin Rodriguez Pellecer

Editor in chief, Nómada
Martín Rodríguez Pellecer (1982) is Guatemalan. He runs Nómada.gt, an online investigative and lifestyle media that is one year old and is already the most read political native digital in the country. It is experimenting with business models. Before that, he founded Plaza Pública at the Landívar University (Jesuit). In 2007 won one of the IPYS-TI prizes for an investigation on parliamentary corruption. In 2011, he was one of the ten... Read More →
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Mahir Sahinovic

Reporter, Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo
Mahir joined Center for Investigative Reporting in December 2008. He started his career in journalism in the year 2000 on Radio Q (from Visoko, Bosnia), after which he joined Visoko Radio/Television where he worked as a radio and TV reporter until 2006. In March 2006, he joined NTV Hayat working as a journalist for the Morning Program, News at 7 and at the editorial board of the crime reconstruction program "Slučajevi X". He studied Journalism... Read More →
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Musab Shawabkeh

Head, Investigative Team, Radio Balad
Musab Shawabkeh manages the investigative team at Radio Balad in Jordan. He is an active participant in Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism.


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C1 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

ABRAJI: Challenges of radio reporting in Brazil (Port)
Moderators
avatar for James Alberti

James Alberti

Produtor, RPC TV/Abraji
Born in Jardinopolis (Santa Catarina state), graduated in Journalism for Univali (University of Vale do Itajai). Is post-graduated in audiovisual for PUC-PR. Was a reporter for A Noticia newspaper, in Joinville city. Worked for two years as reporter for Folha de Londrina newspaper. Joined RPC TV in 2000, as producer for the show Fantastico. | | Won the Latinamerican Prize for Investigative Journalism (IPYS/Transparency International) in 2011 for... Read More →

Speakers
MM

Maurício Menezes

Rádio Globo
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Rodolfo Schneider

Journalism Director/Host, BandNews FM
Coordinated the local news for Bandeirantes TV, was a reporter and producer for BandNews Radio implementation in Rio de Janeiro. In 2007 December, became the chief editor for the radio, where also hosts the “BandNews Rio 1ª Edição” show with Rocardo Boechat. | Currently, is the journalism director for Band Rio, responsible for BandNews and TV Bandeirantes and news content.


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
P+1 (Kennedy)

9:00am

9:00am

COLPIN: Libros de Investigación (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Ewald Scharfenberg

Ewald Scharfenberg

Director, Armando Info
I currently work as correspondant in Venezuela for El País, an spanish newspaper (www.elpais.com). I am also President of the Board of Instituto Prensa y Sociedad de Venezuela (www.ipys.org.ve). I'm passionate about well narrated (and, of course, investigated) stories. Right now I'm working on a story about former german SS scientists that got reunited in Venezuela after World War II.

Speakers
avatar for Hugo Alconada

Hugo Alconada

Prosecretario de Redacción, La Nación Newspaper
Hugo Alconada Mon is an investigative editor for the Argentine national newspaper, La Nación. He heads the investigative unit which focuses on issues related to transnational crimes, money laundering, corruption, and other white-collar crimes. He has previously held the position of Washington correspondent for La Nación, covering the U.S. legislative and presidential elections, the U.S. Mexican border, Guantánamo, and... Read More →
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Marianela Balbi

Executive Director, IPYS Venezuela
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Jacinto Rodríguez Munguía

Emeequis Magazine
Subdirector de planeación editorial revista Emeequis. Conductor del Programa de Radio Zigma Periodistas, Universidad Iberoamericana. Autor de “La Otra Guerra Secreta” y “Todos los culpables”; coautor de “Indicadores para un Periodismo de Calidad”.


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B4 (AMEX)

9:00am

GLOBAL: Mapping - Advanced - Using Arcinfo Online (Eng)
More mapping software is available online that allows you to locate information in investigations. A new tool, ArcInfo, can be used on international datasets.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Lehren

Andy Lehren

Reporter, New York Times
Andrew W. Lehren is a Reporter at The New York Times, and has worked on a range of national, international, and investigative stories. He was one of the newspaper’s lead Reporters analyzing the Wikileaks trove of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan and Iraq war logs, and Guantanamo detainee dossiers. Highlights from those stories were compiled into a bestselling book, Open Secrets. He contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning series that examined... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C2 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Using Spreadsheets for Investigations: The Basics - entering data, filtering, sorting (Eng)

Learn how to download or enter data into a spreadsheet and then filter and sort the information to find stories.



Speakers
avatar for John Bones

John Bones

Journalist/Board Member SKUP, VG/SKUP
John Bones er journalist i VG og medlem i SKUP-styret. Bones har mange års erfaring med datastøttet journalistikk og har ledet SKUPs studieturer til NICAR-konferansene de siste tre årene. John hadde også ansvaret for dataseminarene under GIJC på Lillehammer i 2015. | Han har flere ganger undervist i databaserte teknikker på SKUP, ved Global Investigative Journalism Conference og ved nasjonale konferanser i... Read More →
avatar for Kate Willson

Kate Willson

News Advisor, Oregon State University


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
C4 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Investigative Radio Workshop (Eng)

Producing investigative stories on radio can be difficult but the results can be powerful and compelling. Learn the practical elements that make good radio – how to interview for radio – how to get the sounds and scenes you need to take the listener to the location – different equipment for different situations. Sandra Bartlett has worked in radio for more than 20 years – from news reporter to documentary producer.


Speakers
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Sandra Bartlett

Investigative journalist, Freelance
Sandra Bartlett is a producer and reporter with more than 20 years experience in radio news, documentaries and investigations.  She has worked at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto and at National Public Radio in Washington where she collaborated on projects with PBS Frontline, ProPublica, the Centre for Public Integrity, the Center for Investigative Reporting.  She is a member of The International Consortium of... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

9:00am

GLOBAL: Security Workshop: Staying Sane (Eng)
Whether it is facing down death threats, risking prison by hostile governments or contending with profoundly distressing stories, investigative reporters around the world work amid extraordinary stresses. This panel will focus on the emotional toll our work can take, and explore tools and strategies for staying safe and resilient.

Moderators
avatar for Bruce Shapiro

Bruce Shapiro

Director, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
Bruce Shapiro is executive Director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, encouraging innovative reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy worldwide from the Center’s headquarters at Columbia University in New York City.

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Dada

Carlos Dada

El Faro
Carlos Dada is the editor of elfaro.net, an online news outlet in El Salvador.
avatar for Yahia Ali Ghanem

Yahia Ali Ghanem

Assistant Editor in Chief, Al-Ahram
I have been a professional journalist for the past 27 years in both print and electronic media. I have experience as a top editor of the leading Egyptian newspaper. For 18 years, I also served as a war correspondent in Serbo-Croatia, Bosnia, Yemen, Afghanistan and the DRC, winning an award for my coverage of Bosnia. I have appeared as a panelist at many national, regional and international seminars, workshops and conferences. | After all... Read More →
avatar for Olga Kravtsova

Olga Kravtsova

Director, Journalism Advancement and Support Center
Olga Kravtsova, Russia, is the founder and director of the Journalism Advancement and Support Center (JASC), a new Russian NGO created in 2012 to advocate for the freedom, the responsibility and safety of journalism, to monitor media rights and its violations in Russia and neighboring countries, and to provide training and support to journalists working in extreme and traumatic situations. Before founding JASC, Olga served as the director for the... Read More →
avatar for Gavin Rees

Gavin Rees

Director, Dart Center Europe
Gavin Rees is the director of Dart Centre Europe, an organisation dedicated to promoting ethical and innovative approaches to the coverage of trauma and violence. Gavin has also produced business and political news for US, British and Japanese news channels, and has worked on drama and documentary films for the BBC, Channel 4 and independent film companies. As a visiting fellow at Bournemouth University, Gavin is involved in academic research on... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
B2 (IAG)

10:30am

FAREWELL AND THANK YOU (Eng, Port, Span)
Tuesday October 15, 2013 10:30am - 10:45am
D (Ginásio)

10:45am

Coffee Break
Coffee is on your own. 

Tuesday October 15, 2013 10:45am - 11:00am
TBA

11:00am

GLOBAL SHOWCASE: Multimedia Storytelling (Eng, Port, Span)
Multimedia stories, data mining and data visualization are some of the most important contributions of Internet to high quality journalism. Due to videos and interactive graphics, content becomes more interesting, accessible and, as a consequence, more relevant to the public. But you already know that. What you don´t know is that sometimes it is easier to report with multimedia than without it. For this panel, two of the world´s most respected professionals are presenting trends, tips and techniques of multimedia storytelling.

Moderators
avatar for Rodrigo Flores

Rodrigo Flores

Content Director, UOL
Rodrigo Flores is content director for UOL, the largest web portal in Latin America and one of the world's 100 most trafficked websites. He has previously worked as editor and sports reporter, assistant editor for economics, assistant editor for newspapers and magazines, home editor, anchor, and general manager of news.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Cox

Amanda Cox

Graphics Editor, New York Times
Amanda Cox (@amandacox) is a graphics editor at the New York Times. Before joining the Times in 2005, she earned a masters degree in statistics from the University of Washington. She received the Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award from the American Statistical Association in 2012 and was part of a team that won a National Design Award in 2009.
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Mariana Santos

Director of interactive and animation, fusion
Mariana Santos er Knight Fellow i International Center for Journalists. For tiden jobber hun med interaktiv designavdelingen i La Nacion på Costa Rica. Hun har tidligere arbeidet for the Guardian. Hun jobber tett med utviklere, journalister og deskene for å levere overbevisende og gode historier. Marianas mål er å drive design på tvers av enheter og plattformer for å bringe nyheter og historier til leserne.___ Mariana Santos is Knight... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
C1 (RDC)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Investigative Networks: Best Practices (Eng, Port, Span)

This panel features journalists working to build investigative journalism networks in Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America. What are the best practices in building and sustaining networks across cultures and borders? What structures are most effective? What tech tools are most useful in collaborating and linking people together? How do you find, check out, and work with journalists around the world? This panel will feature a lengthy question-and-answer period.


Moderators
avatar for David Kaplan

David Kaplan

Executive Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
David E. Kaplan is executive director of Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), the international association of investigative reporting organizations, with 138 member groups in 62 countries. He has worked as an investigative journalist for more than 30 years, reported from two dozen countries, and won or shared more than 25 awards. He has managed nonprofit newsrooms, investigative teams, and numerous cross-border projects. During the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Brigitte Alfter

Brigitte Alfter

Editor Europe, Journalismfund.eu
Journalist in Europe | | Co-founder of Journalismfund.eu, Dataharvest.eu, Wobbing.eu, Farmsubsidy.org, I-Scoop.org | | Member of www.icij.org, www.fuj.dk, www.netzwerkrecherche.de, www.journalistforbundet.dk | | Blogging at www.journalisten.dk | | Former Brussels correspondent at www.information.dk | | Read more on www.alfter.dk
avatar for Carlos Dada

Carlos Dada

El Faro
Carlos Dada is the editor of elfaro.net, an online news outlet in El Salvador.
avatar for Carlos Eduardo Huertas

Carlos Eduardo Huertas

Chief of the Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas of ICFJ and CONNECTAS
Colombian journalist leading the Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas, a project of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) in alliance with CONNECTAS. This last, an entrepreneurship that began in 2012 as a regional journalistic platform that promotes the interchange of information and knowledge about key issues in the Americas. It started during Huertas period as a Nieman Fellow 2012 at Harvard University with the support... Read More →
avatar for Khadija Sharife

Khadija Sharife

Editor, Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR)
Khadija Sharife is an investigative journalist, editor and non-voting board member with the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR), and coordinator of the Environmental Justice, trade and liabilities project (Ejolt) at University of Kwazulu Natal. She is author of Tax Us If You Can (Africa)among other works. Her work focuses on financial and legal opacity.


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
P+1 (Kennedy)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Story-Based Inquiry (Eng)
In this session you will be given an overview of the most widely-used investigative journalism method in the world – the only method, to date, that combines conception, research, organisation and composition into a single integrated process. Story-based inquiry was developed within the GIJN, and designed to give teachers, reporters and editors a common language to describe and manage different aspects of the work. It began from the observation that while nearly any reporter can find  information, many cannot turn it into a story. By placing the story at the start of the process, we guide our research and reduce errors and waste. UNESCO, publisher of Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists and The Global Investigative Journalism Casebook, will introduce these works at the session. 

Speakers
avatar for Mark Lee Hunter

Mark Lee Hunter

Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
Dr. Mark Lee Hunter is an investigative journalism and scholar, based in the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre. His awards include IRE prizes for international reporting and research. He is a founding member of Story-Based Inquiry Associates and the lead author of Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists (UNESCO 2011), the profession's most widely distributed reference work. His current research focuses on... Read More →
avatar for Lucien Muñoz

Lucien Muñoz

Director, Brazil Office, UNESCO
Born in 1955, Mr. Munoz holds a Maîtrise (1979), as well as a Diplôme de troisième cycle (1981) in International Economics from « Institut d’Etudes du Developpement Economique et Social » (IEDES) from Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris 1). He also obtained a Diplôme d’Etudes Superieures Specialisées – DESS- in International Relations from Sorbonne University (Paris 1... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B3 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Terrorists, Neo-Nazis, and Gangs (Eng)
Despite their different motivations, terrorist cells and crime gangs have much in common: they both depend on underground networks, use contraband, and engage in illegal activity. Here are tips from journalists in Germany, Iraq, and Kenya who have dug deep into these criminal networks. 

Speakers
MD

Maiadah Daood

Freelance Journalist
Maiadah Daood is an independent journalist based in Iraq. In 2012 she was awarded a special prize from Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism for her reporting on the alleged 2006 executions of 11 Iraqis by US forces. She has reported at length on investigating terrorist and other underground groups. 
avatar for Kassim Mohamed

Kassim Mohamed

Investigative reporter, Kenya Television Network
Kassim Mohamed is an investigative Reporter covering Kenya and Somalia
avatar for Oliver Schröm

Oliver Schröm

netzwerk recherche / Erster Vorsitzender, stern / Leiter des Ressorts Investigative Recherche
Oliver Schröm, geb. 1964, profilierte sich als investigativer Journalist mit Enthüllungsbüchern über Geheimdienste, Terrorismus und Politskandale. Zuletzt erschienen von ihm die Bestseller „Geld Macht Politik“ (2014, mit Wigbert Löer) sowie „Der Dschihadist“ (2015, mit Irfan Peci und Johannes Gunst). Schröm volontierte bei der Heidenheimer Zeitung, arbeitete danach u.a. für Die... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B2 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

ABRAJI: Olympics and Sports Managing (Port)
Moderators
avatar for Gilmar Ferreira

Gilmar Ferreira

Columnist, Extra
Graduated in Communications and post-graduated for the Management Development Programme of Ibmec, was reporter for O Dia, Jornal do Brasil and Lance! newspapers and Placar magazine. Was editor of sports for Extra newspapers, where runs the Futebol, Coisa e Tal column for the last eight years. Recently, was the national manager of sports for Globo Radio for three years, along with his functions as columnist and discussant for the main shows in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Juca Kfouri

Juca Kfouri

Folha de S.Paulo/UOL/CBN/ESPN
Holds a degree in Social Sciences at USP (Sao Paulo University). Since 2000, hosts the program CBN FC, at CBN radio, and Juca Entrevista, at ESPN-Brazil. Also runs a column in the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper. | | Kfouri was director at the magazines Placar (1979 to 1995) and Playboy (1991 to 1994). Sports colmnist at SBT (1984 to 1987) and at Rede Globo (1988 to 1994). Participated of the program “Cartão Verde”, at TV... Read More →
avatar for Jose Luiz Portella

Jose Luiz Portella

Columnist, Folha de S.Paulo
Engineer specialized in administration and management, Portella graduated in 1975 at the Maua School of Technology. He took part of several offices: executive secretary of the Ministry of Sport and of the Ministry of Transport, secretary of the Metropolitan Transportation Services and Works of Sao Paulo city and President of the Student Assistance Foundation. | | Currently, he is columnist of the online version of newspaper Folha de S.Paulo.


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
D (Ginásio)

11:00am

11:00am

COLPIN: Presentación de convocatorias, proyectos e iniciativas que apoyan el periodismo de investigación en internet: Media Factory, Mojo, Poderopedia (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Mar Cabra

Mar Cabra

Head of the Data & Research Unit, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Mar Cabra is hoofd van de Data & Research Unit van het International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) en in die functie spin in het web bij de Panama Papers en BahamaLeaks. Eerder werkte ze onder meer voor de BBC, de International Herald Tribune en The Huffington Post. Ze won de Spaanse Larra Award  als veelbelovendste journalist onder de 30. Cabra stond ook aan de wieg van de eerste... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mariano Blejman

Mariano Blejman

Director, Media Party - Media Factory
Former Knight Fellow at ICFJ Mariano Blejman is an editor and media enterpreteneur specialized in data journalism. Launched MediaFactory.vc the first news accelerator for media outlets in the world. | In 2011, he founded the Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires, a local chapter of the group that brings programmers and journalists together to find solutions to deliver informations. With 5500 members, the Buenos Aires chapter is already the largest in the... Read More →
avatar for Miguel Paz

Miguel Paz

CEO, Poderopedia
Journalist, founder of Poderopedia.org, co-organizer of Hacks/Hackers Chile, Nieman Berkman Fellow 15`, former Knight ICFJ Fellow and deputy director of ElMostrador.cl. I work with programmers, designers and journalists developing news and transparency projects at Poderomedia foundation, where we also train journalists and build news applications with newsrooms and civic organizations. | | Periodista, fundador de Poderopedia.org... Read More →
avatar for Marco Sifuentes

Marco Sifuentes

infos
Editor de INFOS, el nodo de periodismo de investigación del Instituto Prensa y Sociedad, y columnista en el diario La República. | | Además, administra el blog periodístico El Útero de Marita y es el creador de La Mula, la plataforma de reporterismo ciudadano más importante del país, ganadora del Premio Periodismo y Derechos Humanos 2011. Desde 2009, es considerado por la Encuesta del Poder en el Perú, todos los años, como la... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C2 (RDC)

11:00am

COLPIN: Investigaciones sobre Contaminación Ambiental (Span)
Moderators
avatar for Adriana León

Adriana León

Program Officer, IPYS
Periodista, oficial del programa de Libertades Informativas del IPYS y corresponsal en Perú para el  | diario Los Ángeles Times.

Speakers
avatar for Oscar Castilla

Oscar Castilla

Investigative Journalist, El Comercio
Periodista de la unidad de investigación de El Comercio, en donde cubre casos de crimen organizado, corrupción, narcotráfico. El 2010 fue becario de la Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano. El 2008 recibió el premio del Instituto de Prensa y Sociedad y Transparencia Internacional por una de las mejores investigaciones de narcotráfico en ese año. Entre el 2002 y el 2007 fue redactor judicial de... Read More →
avatar for Amancaya Finkel

Amancaya Finkel

Journalist, Página Siete Newspaper
Amancaya Finkel estudió Literatura en la Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, en La Paz Bolivia, y se inició en el periodismo al colaborar con el suplemento literario “Fondo Negro” del periódico La Prensa. Más tarde asumió el cargo de editora del suplemento cultural del semanario La época y fue periodista del área cultural en el semanario Pulso. Desde el 2010 es periodista del... Read More →
avatar for Ignacio Gómez

Ignacio Gómez

Subdirector, Noticias Uno
Ignacio Gomez is the deputy director of Noticias Uno, a weekend news show that airs nationally from Bogota. His reports have shown complex relations among drugs and guns trafficking,international corporations, political corruption, oil and conflict minerals, in Colombian wars. He also chairs the Foundation for Press Freedom, FLIP, and teaches Reporting Ways at Rosario University in Bogotá. | His research has been published in El Espectador... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B4 (AMEX)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Using Database Managers for Investigations (Eng)

Learn how to use a Database Manager, in this case Microsoft Access, to analyze with simple searches data that filter, with sorting and by summing or counting information. Knowing how to use a spreadsheet is helpful but not required.

Resources here
 


Speakers
avatar for Jaimie Dowdell

Jaimie Dowdell

Senior Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Jaimi Dowdell is Senior Training Director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Since 2008, she's trained thousands of journalists in document- and data-driven reporting. She received the 2016 Spotlight Fellowship for Investigative Reporting and previously worked as computer-assisted reporting editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She received her master's degree from the University of Missouri. | | Jaimi Dowdell joined IRE as training... Read More →
avatar for Niels Mulvad

Niels Mulvad

Editor, Kaas & Mulvad
Nils Mulvad er redaktør og grunnlegger av Kaas & Mulvad. Fra 2001 til 2006 var han direktør for Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting, DICAR. Fra 2001 var han assosiert professor ved den Danske Journalisthøyskolen. Nils Mulvad var en av de to grunnleggerne av Global Investigative Journalism Network og sitter i organisasjonens styre. | | ---- | NILS MULVAD is editor at Kaas & Mulvad. From 2001-2006 he... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C4 (RDC)

11:00am

GLOBAL: Using Spreadsheets for Investigations -- The Basics: Entering Data, Filtering, Sorting (Eng)
IRE’s Learn how to use a spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel, to construct your own small dataset for stories and how to filter and sort data for your investigative stories. There are countless spreadsheets on the Web for any story in any country so this is a basic skill to have as a journalist

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Database and Investigative Editor, Hoy
avatar for Kate Willson

Kate Willson

News Advisor, Oregon State University


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
C3 (RDC)
  • Host Organization GIJN

11:00am

GLOBAL: Investigative Dashboard Workshop: Tracking Companies Across Borders (Eng)
Here's how to track companies and assets across borders. Learn the latest tools and techniques for finding out who owns what even in hard to get offshores. This panel will include the unveiling of OCCRP's new Investigative Dashboard, the tool reporters used to find information featured in two of this year's Daniel Pearl Award finalists.

Speakers
avatar for Barbara Gray

Barbara Gray

Distinguished lecturer, City University of New York
Barbara Gray oversees the School’s Research Center and coordinates instruction in research methods at all levels of the curriculum. She had been on the adjunct faculty teaching research methods in the core Craft of Journalism course prior to assuming her present post.
avatar for Miranda Patrucic

Miranda Patrucic

Investigative Reporter, OCCRP
Miranda Patrucic is a lead investigative reporter with the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and lead investigator with Investigative Dashboard. She is also an international speaker who has trained investigative reporters, anti-corruption groups and police in dozens of countries around the world. She was a lead reporter on a project on First Bank of Montenegro that uncovered... Read More →
avatar for Margot Williams

Margot Williams

Research editor, The Intercept
Margot Williams is research editor for investigations at The Intercept, previously at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), NPR, The New York Times and the Washington Post. She has pursued jihadists online and detainees who died in U.S. immigration detention, investigated war contractors and followed the money (and private jets) of mayors, governors, senators, presidential candidates, and ex-presidents. She has spread... Read More →


Tuesday October 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
B1 (IAG)
  • Host Organization GIJN

3:00pm