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Friday, October 9 • 14:30 - 15:30
How To Investigate the Arms Trade

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Two of the central people behind exposing South Africa’s big arms and corruption scandal share their insights. They are joined by Kristoffer Egeberg from Norway's daily Dagbladet, who investigated how the Norwegian Defence Ministry illegally sold an entire fleet of naval ships to paramilitary forces in Nigeria. Egeberg this year won SKUP's top award for his reporting on the story. Paul Holden and Andrew Feinstein played important roles in exposing the South Africa’s big arms and corruption scandal.

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Tarjei Leer-Salvesen

Prosjektleder Innsyn.no, Faktisk.no
Tarjei Leer-Salvesen spent this year six months at Reuters Institute in Oxford to learn more about the differences between 136 RTI laws in the world, and how journalists can use cross-border filing for information in their investigations.As he also is a well know international working... Read More →

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Kristoffer Egeberg

Journalist, Dagbladet
Kristoffer Egeberg er journalist i Dagbladets. Han kom til avisa i 2002, der han har hatt ulike redaksjonelle roller de siste 14 årene. Hans favorittemaer er forsvars- og sikkerhetspolitikk, samfunnsikkerhet, beredskap, og krisehåndtering. Han ble i fjor tildelt Skup-prisen for... Read More →
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Andrew Feinstein

Executive Director, Corruption Watch
Andrew Feinstein is a former ANC Member of Parliament from South Africa. He is the author of “After the Party: The ANC, Corruption & South Africa’s Uncertain Future” and “The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade”. He is currently working on a full-length documentary... Read More →
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Paul Holden

Director of Investigations, Corruption Watch UK
Paul Holden is a South African-born investigative researcher. He has published four books on South African history and politics, including The Devil in the Detail: How the Arms Deal Changed Everything (co-authored with Hennie Van Vuuren) and Who Rules South Africa? (with Martin Plaut... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 14:30 - 15:30 CEST
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