Nearly 70 speakers from 25 countries are heading to Manila this week to speak on panels and conduct workshops. So who’s coming to Asia’s first investigative journalism conference?
You’ll find top investigative reporters, data journalists, security and legal experts, editors and publishers, educators and more. We’ll have journalists from the BBC, Thomson Reuters, Asahi Shimbun, Newstapa, Caixin, Inter-Press Service, Malaysiakini, Bangkok Post, Philippine Daily Inquirer, NHK, Irrawaddy, Thai Rath, South China Morning Post, Tempo, CommonWealth, ABS-CBN, GMA Network, and Seoul Broadcasting, to name a few.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project will be there, talking about their extraordinary cross-border projects. The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is doing a special seminar, and we have security tips from the Tactical Technology Collective and the Committee to Protect Journalists.
There’s IndiaSpend and the new Centre for Investigative Journalism, India, the Nepal Centre for Investigative Journalism, Himal, IRPI – Investigative Reporting Project Italy, Germany’s Correctiv, Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism, Investigative Reporting Denmark, and more.
Many of Asia’s top journalism schools will be there: the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (HKU), the Ateneo de Manila University’s Asian Center for Journalism (Philippines), Asian College of Journalism (India), Chung-Ang University’s School of Journalism & Mass Communication (Korea), Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism (U.S.), Danish School of Media and Journalism (Denmark), and Waseda University’s Journalism School (Japan).
For a full list, check our program. And join us if you can — it’s going to be a groundbreaking event.