Previous Events

Cross-Border Journalism: Europe and Beyond
Event starts at 19:00  When money, politics, abuse of power and corruption reach across borders, transnational networks of journalists become key to an open, accountable and democratic society. Cross-border investigations such as Swiss Leaks and Tobacco Underground have caused public outcry, and in many instances have led to legislative changes and the prosecution of...
Monday 19 October 2015 The Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London, W2 1QJ Full details
Disaster Capitalism: Talk With Antony Loewenstein
6pm-8pm Introduced by the Director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, Gavin MacFadyen. Crisis, what crisis? How governments and corporations profit from disaster  Disaster has become big business. Multinational corpo­rations, with the aid of media and political elites, have grown more powerful than national governments. In the twenty-first century, the vulnerable have become the...
Tuesday 13 October 2015 LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmtihs, University of London, SE14 6NW Full details
CIJ Summer Conference
UK's only investigative journalism training conference for journalists and everyone interested in improving their investigative skills will feature some of the world's best trainers and speakers.    Two days of hands-on training and workshops will follow by a day of keynote speeches the leading investigative journalists, activists, whistleblowers and editors.   #...
Thursday 2 July 2015 - Saturday 4 July 2015 Goldsmiths, University of London Full details
CIJ London Investigative Film Festival 2015
Three investigative documentaries will be premiered during the CIJ London Investigative Film Festival 2015, including a French investigation into illegal sales of chemical weapons Chemical Weapons: Made in Europe, as well as a double-bill of award-winning Swedish investigations into international corruption in the mobile phone industry: The Black Boxes and TeliaSonera. The event will take place...
Friday 20 March 2015 - Sunday 22 March 2015 University of Westminster, Central London Campus Full details
Goldsmiths Media Forum: HSBC Files
5:00-7:00pm Speaker: David Leigh, former Investigations Executive Editor at the Guardian. Chair: Gavin McFadyen, director, Centre for Investigative Journalism.  Award-winning investigative journalist David Leigh gives an unmissable insight into how the major HSBC tax avoidance scandal was broken. Leigh worked with an international team to expose the bank's schemes designed to help its...
Thursday 12 March 2015 LG01 Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths College, University of London Full details
Logan Symposium on Secrecy, Surveillance, and Censorship
BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW The Logan Symposium gathers a unique and powerful coalition of individuals with a single goal — the defence of freedom and democracy. The WikiLeaks and Snowden revelations made clear that we are all vulnerable, both as individuals and as nations. For journalists, the disclosures also impacted much of what we do and, importantly, how we do it. Remarkably, we also...
Friday 5 December 2014 - Sunday 7 December 2014 The Barbican Centre, London Full details
Goldsmiths Media Forum: Whistleblowing
Come and listen to leading figures in the fight to secure protection and justice for whistleblowers in both the UK and US. Speakers: Eileen Chubb: Whistleblower who exposed abuse of the elderly in British care homes, and founder of UK NGO Compassion in Care. Beatrice Edwards: Founder of US NGO, the Government Accountability Project. Chair: Gavin MacFadyen, Director of the Centre for Investigative...
Thursday 4 December 2014 LG01 Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths College, University of London Full details
When Farmers Die: Inequality and Agrarian Distress
P. Sainath is an Indian journalist and photojournalist focusing on social problems, rural affairs, poverty and the aftermaths of globalisation in India. He has won over 40 global and national awards for his reporting (and turned down several, including the Padma Bhushan, because in his view journalists should not receive awards from governments they cover and critique). He is the winner of...
Monday 3 November 2014 Coventry: Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience Full details
The People vs PFI: Launch Conference
  The 'Private Finance Initiative' was cooked up by the government, the big banks and accounting firms as a way of making a profit by providing our public services. But it's only about private interests. It's for the private sector, by the private sector. And it's quietly killing off our public ser