14TH ABRAJI INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
27 June 2019 - 29 June 2019
The 14th International Congress of Investigative Journalism, organised by GFMD member, Abraji (Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism), will take place from June 27 to June 29, 2019, at the Vila Olímpia campus of the Anhembi Morumbi University, in São Paulo. A special promotional price for registrations is available until June 4. A full list of prices is available on the website.
Held annually since 2005, The International Congress of Investigative Journalism is the largest gathering of journalists in Latin America and this year’s event includes panels on reporting techniques, new journalistic initiatives and other topics relevant to the daily agenda of the Brazilian and international press. Main events from this year’s congress include interviews with Vice President Hamilton Mourão (June 27, 9:15 am) and Minister of Justice, Sergio Moro (June 28, at 11am,).
Additionally, many major Brazilian and international journalists will be speaking at different events throughout the conference. Among these are Adam Ellick and Gabriel Dance (The New York Times), Rachel Glickhouse (ProPublica) and Ken Besinger (BuzzFeed).
Also on the agenda for the 14th Abraji Congress is Data Sunday, dedicated exclusively to data journalism workshops. This is only open to participants of the Congress and will take place at Insper on June 30, 2019, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The instructors include journalists and specialised developers, such as José Roberto de Toledo, Abraji adviser and one of the pioneers in the use of data in journalism; Natália Mazotte, executive director of Open Knowledge Brasil; Pedro Burgos, teacher of Insper and creator of the Impacto.jor project; and Álvaro Justen, founder of the Brasil.io platform.
For more details, a complete programme, and registration information please visit Abraji’s official event page here.