About a dozen panels. Already confirmed:
- Annie Machon, ex-MI5, on intelligence and investigative journalism
- Cedric Mathiot, from Liberation on facts checking
- Alain Lallemand, Le Soir, on how to investigate drugs
- Serena Tinari, (RTSI), on investigating big pharmas
- Karel Platteau, (Fonds Pascal Decroos) on social networks
- Isabel Ducret, (RTS) on the Swiss Transparency law
- Vlad Lavrov, on reading big companies documents
- Fabrizio Calvi, on the mafia
- Quentin Rossy (UNIL), police investigative methods and investigative journalism
- Jérôme Pierrat (Canal +), investigating gangs
- And also, round tables on local investigations
Register now at: email@example.com or call +41 22 546 14 44 at the Geneva Press Club.
Do not miss the next Global Investigative reporter's Conference in Kiev, Ukraine, 13-16th October 2011. Register now!
The GIJC 2011 is now online
From now, and for about a year, most of the Swissinvestigation activity will be devoted to the organisation of the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, Geneva 22-25th April 2010. Go to the Conference online!
The Geneva Conference website
Our Norwegian colleagues have left their 2008 Conference website opened. Very good idea! You can check what is a global investigative conference and soon register to Geneva.
Lillehammer is still online
Our Flemmish-Dutch colleagues from VVOJ are holding a European Conference on November 21 and 22. They are famous for their high quality CAR sessions
A European Conference in Brussel
Roger de Diesbach's digest, a life as an investigative reporter
A new book on investigative reporting
Roger de Diesbach, one of the leading investigative reporter of his generation in Switerland, wrote his digest of stories, entitled "Presse futile, presse inutile". The book, a living and exciting compilation of 35 years of top investigative journalism, is available in French and is edited by Slatkine in Geneva, www.slatkine.com
September 10-14 2008
Next Conference in Norway
Skup, the Norwegian association of Investigative journalists will organise the 5th Global Conference in Lillehammer, Norway.
A yearly report by the Dutch
a data bank of european investigative projects
This databank presented for the first time in Amsterdam, although very impressive, has raised questions from the Swiss network to the authors. There is no mention of any projects in the French or Italian regions. And no mention of media outside of the Zurich area. In their reply, the authors promised to be more curious of the rest of our country.
Play the Game writes to Blatter
The Play the Game Conference held in Copenhaguen last November called Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA, to speak louder when football journalists are threatened or attacked or sanctioned because of their stories.