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Welcome to GIJC15! We have more than 160 panels, workshops, and special events planned for the conference. Be sure to register so you can create a personalized schedule and better network with your colleagues. Unless marked Limited Capacity, sessions are open and you are free to come and go. 
Friday, October 9 • 12:00 - 15:30
Workshop: Exposing International Wrongdoing with Code and Journalism

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If you ever wondered how can journalists and programmers work together to produce brilliant investigations, this is your workshop. We will use shipping data -- coming sometimes from obscure websites -- to find unknown patterns and interesting stories. You will get your hands dirty by doing a case study from beginning to end and by collaborating with professionals from different backgrounds than yours. Both journalists and coders are welcome. Please, bring your laptop to make the most of the session.

((Logistical note: There will be a 30-minute break to grab lunch. Participants will be allowed to bring the food to the workshop room).

Speakers
avatar for Mar Cabra

Mar Cabra

Member, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
Mar Cabra, is a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). Until last year, she was the head of the Data & Research Unit which produces the organisation's key data work and also develops tools for better collaborative investigative journalism. She... Read More →
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Rigoberto Carvajal

Data expert, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Rigoberto Carvajal is ICIJ’s data expert. He graduated from the Costa Rica Institute of Technology as a computer engineer, and has strong experience in software development and database administration and analysis. He is passionate about database technologies for business intelligence... Read More →
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Emilia Díaz-Struck

Research Editor, ICIJ / Freelance
Emilia Díaz-Struck is the lead researcher for ICIJ's cross-border investigations. She is a professor of journalism at the Central University of Venezuela, and also co-founded Venezuelan news website Armando.info. Emilia has been a contributor for the Washington Post, and has also... Read More →
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Giannina Segnini

Director of the Master on Data Journalism, 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... Read More →


Friday October 9, 2015 12:00 - 15:30
Møterom B Under reception desk

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