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Friday, July 3
 

12:00

ICIJ: The Scoop Machine — the organistion that keeps delivering worldwide headlines
ICIJ: The Scoop Machine
The International Centre of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) in Washington DC is the organisation that keeps delivering the scoops; first the offshore leaks in 2013, then Luxleaks, Swissleaks, and the Worldbank last year. But how does the ICIJ operate? And how have they changed journalism? How does the ICIJ convince journalists to share their findings? And of course, how do they identify the big scoops? Marina Walker, deputy director, describes the network model for investigative journalism today as compared to the "lone wolf" style of former times.

further Links:

- "Meet ICIJ - The biggest, toughest investigative unit you may ever heard of" (Rick Edmonds on poynter.org)
- "Über das ICIJ" (NDR.de)
- "Behind the scenes of Swissleaks - ICIJ's biggest-ever collaboration" (Hamish Bolland-Rudder on gijn.org)
- the ICIJ on youtube

Moderatoren
avatar for Julia Stein

Julia Stein

1. Vorsitzende, Netzwerk Recherche
Julia Stein ist Erste Vorsitzende des Journalistenvereinigung Netzwerk Recherche.Seit September 2016 Leiterin der trimedialen Redaktion Politik und Recherche im Landesfunkhaus Schleswig-Holstein. Zuvor war sie stellvertretende Leiterin im Ressort Investigation, Chefin des Teams Recherche... Read More →

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avatar for Mar Cabra

Mar Cabra

Member, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
Mar Cabra, is a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). Until last year, she was the head of the Data & Research Unit which produces the organisation's key data work and also develops tools for better collaborative investigative journalism. She... Read More →
avatar for Marina Walker Guevara

Marina Walker Guevara

Deputy Director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Marina Walker Guevara is deputy director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, an independent network of reporters headquartered in Washington, DC. A native of Argentina, her investigations have won and shared more than 25 national and international awards... Read More →


Friday July 3, 2015 12:00 - 13:00
R2 Recherchepraxis

14:00

Investigation = Collaboration? — International Team Investigation
For some years now, journalists have been connecting across borders and collaborating with each other on an international level. Wikileaks marked the beginning of cooperation between large international media organisations. In 2013 when news of the Offshore Leaks broke, it was the first time the findings of an international investigation were published simultaneously worldwide. Beforehand, the participating journalists and organisations had shared all documents and findings with each other. Ever since, journalism has fundamentally changed. There have been further large-scale international collaborations from the ICIJ, and the non-profit newsroom correctiv has also worked in a cross-border team on the MH17 story. So how has journalism been transformed? What are the reasons behind the increasing internationalisation of journalism? And can only big organisations get involved? Where this journey is headed will be discussed by Marina Walker Guevara, deputy director of the ICIJ; Georg Mascolo, head of the joint investigative group of NDR, WDR and SZ; David Schraven, publisher of correctiv and Brigitte Alfter from journalismfund.eu.

further links:

- "Investigative journalism: It's all about cross-border cooperation" (Paul Radu on gijn.org)
- "Muckracking goes global - the future of cross-border investigative journalism" (study published by the Nieman Foundation)
- "Deploying data mining in cross-border investigative journalism" (occrp.org)
- "European Union journalists cross borders for story collaboration" (Alison Langley on cjr.org)

Moderatoren
avatar for Tabea Grzeszyk

Tabea Grzeszyk

Freie Journalistin, hostwriter.org
Jahrgang 1980, ist freie Journalistin und Mitgründerin von hostwriter.org, einer gemeinnützigen Plattform für journalistische Kollaborationen weltweit. Die studierte Kulturwissenschaftlerin hat ein trimediales Volontariat  an der EMS-Schule für elektronische Medien in Potsdam-Babelsberg absolviert (Online, Radio, TV), u.a. mit Stationen bei arte.tv... Read More →

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avatar for Brigitte Alfter

Brigitte Alfter

Managing Editor, Journalismfund.eu
Co-founder and Managing Editor at Journalismfund.eu, a support structure for in-depth, innovative and independent journalism in Europe. Brigitte is a senior Danish-German journalist, she has won multiple awards and is proud that these awards were always granted to her and team members.Having... Read More →
avatar for Marina Walker Guevara

Marina Walker Guevara

Deputy Director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Marina Walker Guevara is deputy director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, an independent network of reporters headquartered in Washington, DC. A native of Argentina, her investigations have won and shared more than 25 national and international awards... Read More →
avatar for Georg Mascolo

Georg Mascolo

Leiter, Recherchekooperation von NDR, WDR und Süddeutscher Zeitung
Georg Mascolo leitet seit Februar 2014 die Recherchekooperation von NDR, WDR und Süddeutscher Zeitung.  Zuvor arbeitete er fast 25 Jahre für den Spiegel-Verlag, darunter als Leiter des Berliner Büros und als Korrespondent in Washington. Von 2008 bis 2013 war Mascolo Chefredakteur... Read More →
avatar for David Schraven

David Schraven

Publisher, CORRECTIV
David Schraven leitet das Recherchezentrum correctiv.org als Publisher und inhaltlicher Geschäftsführer. | Nach Stationen bei der „Tageszeitung“ und der „Süddeutschen Zeitung“ war er zunächst als freier Journalist für die „Welt“-Gruppe im Wirtschaftsressort und im... Read More →


Friday July 3, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
R2 Recherchepraxis

17:15

Environmental Investigative Reporting — Resources and methods

Climate change, ecological footprint & Co. – you think we know all about it? Then let’s destroy your illusions. Environmental reporting is a truly challenging task. Especially because it not only combines politics, ecology and economy like other journalistic beats, but it is also often extremely difficult to investigate about it because of all these players involved with their different interests. Mark Schapiro, who has been working for the Center for Investigative Reporting will give you an insight of his work there and provide you with helpful research methods based on some of examples from his new book to improve your next environmental report.  


Moderatoren
avatar for Katharina Finke

Katharina Finke

freie Autorin, netzwerk recherche
Katharina Finke (*1985) ist Sachbuch-Autorin und Journalistin. Sie berichtet für deutschsprachige Medien von verschiedenen Orten auf der Welt. Ihre Schwerpunkte sind Gesellschafts-, Umwelt- und Reisethemen.2015 ist ihr erstes Sachbuch "Mit dem Herzen einer Tigerin“ bei HEYNE erschienen... Read More →

Referenten
avatar for Mark Schapiro

Mark Schapiro

Journalist/Author, Food & Environment Reporting Network
MARK SCHAPIRO is an award-winning journalist who specializes in international environmental investigations, probing into the intersection between the environment, economics and political power. His work is published in Harpers, Newsweek, The Nation, Mother Jones, Pacific Standard... Read More →


Friday July 3, 2015 17:15 - 18:15
R3 Online/Daten