Previous Events

Tax, Financial Secrecy and Investigative Journalism
This is not a CIJ event.This seminar inaugurates a series of events focused on Investigative Journalism and Law.
Wednesday 10 February 2010 Room 107, New Academic Building, London School of Economics. Full details
CIJ Investigative Film Week 2010
The CIJ screened some of the best examples of investigative documentaries, followed by discussions with the filmmakers.
Tuesday 2 February 2010 - Saturday 6 February 2010 Oliver Thompson Theatre, City University London Full details
Food Industry's Dirty Secrets
A discussion about the shocking realities of the global food industry with Raj Patel and Professor Timothy Lang. Chaired by Gavin MacFadyen, Director of the CIJ.
Thursday 3 December 2009 Room A130, College Building, City University London Full details
Netzwerk Recherche Annual Journalism Conference
This is not a CIJ event. Meet international research experts who share their experiences and methods. Hear about this year’s most intersting research in Germany and participate in ongoing debates – including a debate about new media models featuring; Jakob Augstein (from Freitag), Hans-J√ºrgen Jakobs (from S√ºddeutsche Zeitung), and blogger Stefan Niggemeier.
Friday 5 June 2009 - Saturday 6 June 2009 German Association Netzwerk Hamburg Full details
Screening: The Dust at Acre Mill, World in Action
This is not a CIJ event. Regarded as a classic edition of the Granada Television current affairs series World in Action, The Dust at Acre Mill, transmitted on 28 June 1971, was the first programme to bring the lethal dangers of ill-protected contact with asbestos to the attention of the general public. Combining simple reconstruction with the testimony of former workers in the asbestos industry,...
Friday 29 May 2009 Frontline Club Full details
Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army:The Last Chapter?
This is not a CIJ event. Debate chaired with:Peter Eichstaedt (IWPR)Barney Afako (Ugandan lawyer at Juba peace talks)Joseph Ochieno (UK representative for Uganda People’s Congress)Anneke van Woudenberg, senior researcher on the Democratic Republic of Congo at Human Rights Watch.
Thursday 16 April 2009 Frontline Club Full details
Screening: The Reckoning
This is not a CIJ event. Followed by Q&A with director Pamela Yates and producer Paco de Onis. ‘The Epic Story of the Battle for the International Criminal Court’ Late in the twentieth century, in response to repeated mass atrocities around the world, more than 120 countries united to form the International Criminal Court (ICC) – the first permanent court created to...
Friday 27 March 2009 Frontline Club Full details
King Leopold’s Ghost
Frontline Confidential in association with the CIJ. Adam Hochschild in conversation with Gavin MacFadyen, director of the CIJ, talks about the secret holocaust in King Leopold’s Belgian Congo and the forced labour system that killed 10 million people. He describes an extraordinary investigation that unearthed heroic and compassionate British investigators who formed one of the world’s...
Tuesday 1 July 2008 Frontline Club Full details
The Rise and Fall of ITV
Frontline Confidential in association with the CIJ Ray Fitzwalter, former executive producer of World in Action, talks about his book, The Dream that Died – The Rise and Fall of ITV and the story of how ITV and Granada Television abandoned their popular social promise and became what many would describe as a wasteland. Moderated by Gavin MacFadyen director of the CIJ.
Tuesday 13 May 2008 Frontline Club Full details
Frontline Confidential With Andrew Gilligan
In association with the CIJ. Moderated by Gavin MacFadyen (CIJ). Andrew Gilligan, former BBC Radio 4 defence and diplomatic correspondent and the man at the centre of the Hutton Inquiry and the ‘sexing up of the dossier’ scandal, tells his side of the story. Gilligan is best known for his report about the government’s dossier about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction which...
Thursday 17 April 2008 Frontlilne Club Full details