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Irving Huerta

Irving Huerta is a journalist and an academic. He was the first CIJ and Forensic Architecture Gavin MacFadyen Investigative Fellow for the Project ‘Plataforma Ayotzinapa’ on the enforced disappearance of 43 students in Mexico in 2014. Prior to this he worked for the Mexican publication AristeguiNoticias.com as an investigative journalist, carrying out investigations on accountability, corruption and organised crime; for instance the “casa blanca” escandal, about a 7-million-dollar mansion owned by the Mexican president, and the Panama Papers exposé, a collaborative investigation coordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists which won the Pulitzer Prize. He holds a PhD in Politics from Goldsmiths University, is a member of CONNECTAS’ Editorial Board, and is a regular trainer and course developer for the CIJ.

Scheduled Training

Digital Tools for Investigation

Digital Tools for Investigations is a two-hour workshop looking specifically at tools and methodologies that can be used for investigations with digital sources.
Access to Tools Workshop

Trinity Mirror (UK wide)

Access to Tools Workshop

Byline Times (UK wide)

Access to Tools Workshop

openDemocracy (UK wide)

Access to Tools Workshop

Newsquest (UK wide)

Access to Tools Workshop

JPIMedia – Sheffield Star

Access to Tools Workshop

openDemocracy