Asia Investigative Journalism Conference

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Internet Detective: Stalking and Busting 101

In a fully-packed session at the Uncovering Asia 2016 conference in Nepal, Myers demonstrated exactly how journalists can use tools and information available online to investigate subjects and sources. And how to avoid being discovered. Continue Reading →

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“Those Who Unearth the Truth”

After a weekend of training, meeting and collaboration sessions, over 370 investigative journalists from 50 countries piled into a banquet room to hear the keynote speech by The Boston Globe’s Walter “Robby” Robinson. The famed editor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative Spotlight team addressed the next generation of reporters in the room as “those who unearth the truth.” Continue Reading →

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Exposing Slavery: Tips From AP’s Pulitzer Winners

Linking stories of slavery to big global brands forces change and moves readers and decision-makers to action. Hear from AP reporters about their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation into the fishing industry in Southeast Asia. Continue Reading →

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Journalism in Era of Climate Change

So severe are the impacts of climate change on the economy, politics, health and livelihood that we journalists need to dig deeper and report them despite the obstacles. That was the overriding message from speakers at Investigating Climate Change, a panel on the first day of this weekend’s Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Kathmandu, Nepal. Continue Reading →

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