The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Annie Burns-Pieper

Annie is a senior researcher for Inclusive Development International (IDI) based in Montreal. Before this role, she worked for ten years as an investigative reporter in Canada and internationally. Her past work includes stories on Indigenous water rights, sexual violence on public
transit, maternity care, physician over billing, hospital suicide, tax havens and pipelines. Annie’s award-winning journalism has helped open national conversations and sparked policy change.

She has reported from Canada, The United States, Australia, Madagascar, India and Malaysia. Annie has two master’s degrees from the Toronto Metropolitan University for journalism and the London School of Economics for global history.

OCRI Event

Introduction to Following the Money behind Fossil Fuel Projects

In partnership with Inclusive Development International (IDI), editors working with Fundacion Connectas will be taken through follow the money techniques in a train the trainer format using case studies.
Senior Researcher at Inclusive Development International (IDI)