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Friday, October 9 • 16:00 - 17:00
Networking Meet-Up: Cross-Border Projects (Africa)

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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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Justin Arenstein

Director, Code for Africa
Director at @CodeForAfrica and @AfricanCIR, bringing together investigative journalism and civic technology, to turn 'data' into actionable information for citizens. | | I manage the impactAFRICA and innovateAFRICA funds for journalism experimentation, and also curate the 35,000+ strong Hacks/Hackers Africa community, plus I support a network of civic tech labs across Africa. | | We believe is partnerships: come talk to us!
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Kassim Mohamed

Investigative reporter, Kenya Television Network
Kassim Mohamed is an investigative Reporter covering Kenya and Somalia
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Rosemary Nwaebuni

Investigative Reporter, Pointer Newspaper
Rosemary Nwaebuni is an investigative reporter with the POINTER newspaper in Delta State, Nigeria.  Among her stories is Corruption Paid for in Lives in Nigeria's Delta State, her investigation into the sorry state of health care in her region of Nigeria. | | She has a knack for getting to the root of issues by digging deep through thorough investigation; holding corrupt officials and criminals to account for their actions.  Her... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 16:00 - 17:00
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