The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Forensic Journalism

If the intention behind violence and persecution towards journalists and whistleblowers is to keep their stories from ever getting out, and send a warning to others who may be considering researching similar areas, how best to protect the ultimate prize of investigative journalism: important stories?

In this seminar, Investigative Practice determined the methods through which journalists and their supporters can overcome the fear and intimidation that often causes them to drop investigations, or to never begin them at all.

Laurent Richard

Laurent Richard is a French award-winning investigative journalist and 2017 Knight-Wallace fellow. He is co-founder of the highly reputed inquiry magazine Cash Investigation broadcast on French public television.

May Jeong

May Jeong is an award-winning magazine writer and investigative reporter. She is best known for her months-long investigation into the MSF hospital bombing in Kunduz, Afghanistan for The Intercept. This won her the 2017 South Asian Journalists Association’s Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Report on South Asia, as well as the Prix Bayeux Calvados Award for War Correspondents in the Young Reporter category.

Pavla Holcová

Pavla Holcová is the founder of the Czech Center for Investigative Journalism. She is a co-recipient of the Global Shining Light Award and European Union investigative journalism prize. Pavla is closely working with Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) as regional editor and has also worked on various international projects and investigations such as […]
  • 20 October 2018 14.30–15.30