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Welcome, everyone! Mark your calendars -- Asia’s first investigative journalism conference is happening. Join us in Manila on November 22-24 for this breakthrough event, bringing together top investigative reporters, data journalists, and media law and security experts from across Asia and around the world. 

Check back soon for updates on our program. IJAsia14 will feature nearly 30 sessions and special events. There will be panels on digging out hidden facts online, the environment, business, and how to fund your project; seminars on security and tracking dirty money; data journalism workshops by the best in the business; and much more.

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Sunday, November 23 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Roundtable: Building an Asian Investigative Journalism Infrastructure

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Join us for a wide-ranging discussion on how to build and strengthen investigative journalism across Asia. This special roundtable will talk about new models, centers, and networks, sources of revenue, and how to dramatically increase the amount of investigative reporting country-by-country. The moderator will be asking for lots of input from the audience, so come prepared to contribute. Among the topics will be creation of the Southeast Asian Investigative Journalism Network. 

Moderators
avatar for David Kaplan

David Kaplan

Executive Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
David E. Kaplan is executive director of Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN), the international association of investigative reporting organizations, with 138 member groups in 62 countries. He has worked as an investigative journalist for more than 30 years, reported from two dozen countries, and won or shared more than 25 awards. He has managed nonprofit newsrooms, investigative teams, and numerous cross-border projects. During the... Read More →
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Malou Mangahas

Executive Director, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
MALOU MANGAHAS is executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, a pioneering nonprofit launched in 1989. She is a veteran of Philippine journalism, served as a Nieman fellow at Harvard University, and has worked for various newspapers and news agencies based in Manila and overseas. She has worked for radio (briefly as a program host) and television (as executive producer of Debate, and as co-host of Palaban... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Yongjin Kim

Yongjin Kim

Editor-in-Chief, Newstapa
Yongjin Kim, Korea, is co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Korea Center for Investigative Journalism (KCIJ), the first nonprofit online investigative reporting organization in South Korea. He started his career as a journalist in 1987 at Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), a public broadcasting corporation. He mostly covered police, courts, labor and media. He exposed that the national spy agency had helped big corporations block people... Read More →
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Syed Nazakat

Editor-in-Chief, Centre for Investigative Journalism, India
Syed Nazakat is an award-winning journalist, media entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of the Centre for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit organization he founded to promote the cause of watchdog journalism in India. In 2015 he also set-up a data journalism initiative called DataLEADS which conducts data analysis, boot camps and runs India’s first data-driven website dedicated to healthcare reporting, called Health Analytics India. He has... Read More →


Sunday November 23, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Ballroom E

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