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Posted: Oct. 6, 2015 | Tags: journalism

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More than 1,000 journalists from 120 countries are expected to attend the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Lillehammer, Norway, from Oct. 7-11, including the Workshop's Chuck Lewis and David Donald, who will moderate panels and teach.

Lewis will present an academic paper, "Accountability Information Across Borders," and speak on and moderate two panels: Sustaining High Quality Journalism and Studies of Cross-Border Investigations. He also will interview many veteran journalists from throughout the world as part of his research for his Visiting Fellowship at Oxford University's Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Lewis founded the Center for Public Integrity in 1989, and its pioneering International Consortium of Investigative Journalists in 1997, which now includes more than 190 investigative journalists from more than 65 countries. He has spoken at seven of the eight previous global conferences.

To learn more about Donald's events, read his blog post here.




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