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Wednesday, October 24 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
A Bright Future? Challenges and Opportunities of Cross-Border Investigative Journalism Exposing Corruption

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Two years from the Panama Papers, investigative journalism is at a shift. Many promising, larger and smaller initiatives saw journalists working cross-borders, helping each other writing new stories, protecting each other, exposing the corrupt. The impact of these initiatives was often huge.
With this interactive event we aim to start a debate on opportunities, lessons learned and challenges in current cross-border investigate journalism exposing corruption. We will look at how journalists can work in difficult environments, with limited resources, and how we can involve new journalists to join us. We will also aim to look at initiatives to support investigative journalists and discuss the impact that their work has on law enforcement practitioners. Finally, we aim to look at how actors from the public and CSO sectors who benefit from investigative journalism can work more closely with journalists in exposing corruption.
This workshop proposal is a cooperation of GIZ, CiFAR, and GIJN

Session Rapporteur: Lucia Cizmaziova


Moderators
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Henriette Kötter

Senior Policy Officer, German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
Senior Policy Officer at the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and DevelopmentSince 2017 Senior Policy Officer in the Division for Sectoral and Thematic policies; governance; democracy, rule of law working on Anti-Corruption, combatting Illicit Financial Flows and EGovernance.2013-2017... Read More →

Speakers
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Samuel Acker

Editor, Freelance Investigative Journalist
Samuel Acker is a freelance journalist and radio editor for the German broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk. He also reported for Spiegel Online, Zeit, Deutschlandfunk and other outlets. His fields of expertise include EU foreign policy, Middle East politics, environmental issues and... Read More →
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Hisham Allam

Senior Investigative Journalist, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
Hisham Allam is a media trainer and freelance journalist. Allam has worked on ICIJ's cross-border collaborations, the Swiss Leaks and the Panama Papers projects. He documented his experience investigating the offshore business in the Middle East in his book "Panama papers, the untold... Read More →
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Agatino Camara

Co-Founder, CiFAR
Agatino Camarda is a co-founder of the Civil Forum for Asset Recovery – CiFAR and leads its programme implementation and networking. Previously he worked at Transparency as a project coordinator supporting its chapters in campaigning and advocating for anti-corruption and asset... Read More →
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Marthe Rubio

French editor, Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN)
Marthe is a GIJN francophone editor. She worked for 2 years in the data team of the argentine newspaper La Nacion, where she took part in various awarded long form stories. She was laureate of the IDR grant from the European Journalism Centre in 2016 and carried out a transnational... Read More →
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Natalie Sedletska

Freelance Investigative Journalist
Natalie Sedletska – a leading Ukrainian journalist with a vast experience in investigations of the corruption schemes of the Ukrainian public officials. In summer 2014, she founded a resonance investigative TV programme called “Schemes. Corruption in details” with the support... Read More →

Workshop Coordinators
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Tim Anders Lammers

Adviser, Combatting Illicit Financial Flows, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Tim Lammers is an adviser in the GIZ global programme “Combating Illicit Financial Flows” where he is responsible for the topic of financial investigation. He is also working on projects related to consumer protection and has previously held positions with UNODC, the EU and the... Read More →



Wednesday October 24, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Workshop Room 6

Attendees (47)