The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Cross-Border Journalism Case Studies

Cross-border collaborative journalism has proven to be a powerful method: Panama Papers, Football Leaks or Implant Files have set the political agenda and lead to significant societal change. Our panel have worked extensively on cross-border stories and will share their experiences with you using examples of stories they’ve recently worked on.

5 July 2019 – #CIJSummer 2019/DAY 2

Cross-Border Journalism Case Studies

Brigitte Alfter

Brigitte Alfter is the director of Arena for Journalism in Europe, supporting collaborative and investigative journalism in Europe. She was a Brussels correspondent for Danish daily Dagbladet Information from 2004-2008.

Daphné Dupont-Nivet

Daphné Dupont-Nivet is an Amsterdam-based freelance investigative journalist and researcher. Since 2016, she has been reporting for the Dutch investigative journalism platform Investico, covering various issues including (sustainable) energy policy, (sustainable) business, global commodity chains and the precarisation of labour.

Nikolas Leontopoulos

Nikolas Leontopoulos is a Greek journalist based in Athens. He is the co-founder of Reporters United, a new centre for investigative journalism and a network of reporters in Greece. Nikolas worked for ten years for the Athens daily Eleftherotypia.

Simon Bowers

Simon Bowers is an investigative journalist with ICIJ, a non-profit organisation specialising in cross-border journalistic collaborations. As well as coordinating the collaborative efforts of ICIJ partner journalists in Europe, he continues to work as a reporter.
  • 5 July 2019 13.30–14.30
Location: Room 102 - PSH Building - Goldsmiths, University of London
Collaborative Journalism