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Diogo Augusto

Diogo Augusto comes from a background in Sociology, having worked as a lecturer and researcher for 10 years in universities in Portugal and Belize. As a sociologist he specialised in cultural and political issues. After finishing an MA in Journalism at Napier University in Edinburgh, he started dedicating himself to investigative journalism, working on issues such as corporate uses of offshore jurisdictions, lobbying and environment and the misuse of the UK company formation system. He has published with The Ferret, Byline Times, Le Monde Diplomatique (English version), EU Observer, The Herald and The National and works as a reporter for The Water Diplomat.

Scheduled Training

Financial Investigations

Whatever your beat – from politics or conflict, to sport, fashion or travel – pursuing impactful investigations requires journalists to examine the actions of private companies. Despite a world of corporate PR spin and complex financial structures that often work to obscure what’s actually going on, there are a wealth of tools and techniques to help investigators.
Scheduled Training

Financial Investigations

Whatever your beat – from politics or conflict, to sport, fashion or travel – pursuing impactful investigations requires journalists to examine the actions of private companies. Despite a world of corporate PR spin and complex financial structures that often work to obscure what’s actually going on, there are a wealth of tools and techniques to help investigators.