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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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Paul Myers

BBC
Internet Research Specialist, UK
UK
Paul has experience in the field of internet research and computing, dating back to 1978.

He joined the BBC in 1995 as an information researcher. As the internet grew in significance, Paul was able to blend his technical knowledge with the realities of his work in journalism. As a result, he was able to devise unique, innovative strategies that have led countless researchers to evidence they would never have otherwise found. His ideas continue to shape the way professionals conduct online research and investigation.

Joining BBC Academy as a trainer in 2000, Paul developed face to face, virtual and online training courses in OSINT related subjects. He also offered consultancy to programme teams, solving issues related to investigation, whilst sharing vital new skills with his colleagues. He worked with leading programmes like BBC News, BBC World Service, Panorama, as well as local & national radio.

In 2022, Paul became a senior journalist with the BBC News Data & Analysis unit, bringing his skills to work on many stories relating to the war in Ukraine, the spread of Covid and many other important areas. He continues to train and collaborate with many programme teams across the BBC.

Paul is a co-author of Digital Witness (Oxford University Press 2020) and The Verification Handbook.

He is also a member of ICIJ and has run the Researchclinic.net website since its inception in 2003.