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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. 
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Thursday, October 8 • 15:00 - 16:00
Networking Meet-Up: Cross-Border Projects (Latin America)

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Great story projects, investigative techniques, and collaborations have come out of the Global Investigative Journalism Conference since our first meeting in 2001. We know that good networking is key to this. To better connect people, we have arranged a dozen networking sessions, based on interests noted by our attendees in a pre-conference survey.

So here’s a chance to meet your colleagues interested in similar topics. No pressure here: we reserved meeting rooms and asked veteran journalists to host an informal discussion about how we can help each other – through sharing resources, contacts, and story ideas. Be sure to add your name and email to the contact list they pass around so we can follow up!


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avatar for Carlos Eduardo Huertas

Carlos Eduardo Huertas

Chief of the Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas of ICFJ and CONNECTAS
Colombian journalist leading the Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas, a project of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) in alliance with CONNECTAS. This last, an entrepreneurship that began in 2012 as a regional journalistic platform that promotes the interchange of information and knowledge about key issues in the Americas. It started during Huertas period as a Nieman Fellow 2012 at Harvard University with the support... Read More →
avatar for Fabiola Torres Lopez

Fabiola Torres Lopez

Founder/Editor, OjoPúblico
Fabiola Torres is an investigative reporter from Perú. She is co-founder and editor of Ojo Público, an independent, non-profit newsroom based in Lima that produces investigative journalism. Under Torres leadership, Ojo Público's data team conceived Cuentas Juradas, the first data application in Perú which makes public officials' affidavits of their property and financial assets available to citizens. She is also a co-founder of... Read More →
avatar for Marcela Turati

Marcela Turati

Journalist, Periodistas de a Pie
Marcela Turati is a Mexican journalist who reports about human rights and the impact of drug violence and its victims. She is co-founder of the network Periodistas de a Pie (Journalists on Foot), dedicated to training journalists to improve the quality of their journalism and to defend freedom of expression. In 2013, she received the Louis Lyons Award for conscience and integrity in journalism, granted by the Nieman Foundation... Read More →

Thursday October 8, 2015 15:00 - 16:00
Meetingroom Grande Basement, next to the gym

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