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Mesa: Equipos de Investigación Cuando sí, cuando no …

Mesa: Equipos de Investigación Cuando sí, cuando no
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  • 1. A GLOBAL NETWORK FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING
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    • Founded 1989
    • Over 35 staff
    • Nonprofit investigative news
    • Specialists in money and politics
    • Computer-assisted reporting
    • International Consortium
    • A digital news organization
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    • Founded by CPI in 1997
    • 100 journalists in 50 countries
    • Global investigations into oil, water, tobacco, AIDs, war profiteering
    • Nerve center for investigative work
    • Daniel Pearl Awards
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    • Members on every continent, in 50 countries…
  • 11. Our Members
    • Our members report for a range of media…
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    • Paul Cristian Radu,
    • co-founder, Romanian Center for Investigative Journalism
    • Investigative journalism trainer and projects coordinator across Central and Eastern Europe.
    Radu ran Power Brokers , a cross-border investigative series on energy that won the first Global Shining Light Award in 2007.
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    • Sheila Coronel
    • co-founder , Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
    • The fiercely independent, nonprofit PCIJ forced President Joseph Estrada to resign for corruption. The group has published nearly two dozen books and over 200 articles since 1989 .
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    • Fernando Rodrigues
    • senior reporter
    • São Paulo daily Folha de S.Paulo
    • Pioneered computer-assisted reporting
    • in Brazil , co-founder of ABRAJI,
    • Brazil’s investigative journalism association.
    • University professor and ex-correspondent
    • in New York, Tokyo, and Washington.
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    • lain Lallemand, senior investigative reporter
    • French daily Le Soir , Brussels
    • Lallemand has investigated organized crime, drug trafficking, and guerrillas.
    • Author of a half dozen books on
    • the Russian mafia, narcotics, and
    • the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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    • Charles Onyango-Obbo, managing editor
    • The Nation Media Group, East Africa
    • A former Nieman fellow at Harvard, twice named Uganda’s journalist
    • of the year. Authors books and weekly column for country’s
    • independent daily.
  • 17. ICIJ Investigations Make a Difference
    • changes in activities of governments, corporations, and organized crime;
    • cited by scholars, policy makers, lawyers, and activists;
    • covered by hundreds of publications in two dozen languages;
    • featured by bloggers 3,000 times;
    • training of hundreds of reporters worldwide
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  • 32. David E. Kaplan, Director International Consortium of Investigative Journalists [email_address]

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