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Friday, November 17 • 10:45 - 12:00
Networking: Women & Investigative Reporting

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Meet other women working as investigative journalists, discuss challenges, build networks, share resources and ideas. This networking session is an informal gathering. Here’s a chance to meet your colleagues and talk about how we can help each other. So relax, enjoy yourself, share your ideas and come ready to brainstorm and collaborate.


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avatar for Majdolin Hasan

Majdolin Hasan

Regional Editor, GIJN
Majdoleen Hassan has spent 12 years in investigative reporting, research and newsrooms. She has worked with several local and international media organizations, including Global Integrity, 100 Reporters and ARIJ. She directed an investigative journalism unit in Jordan and was the... Read More →
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Anne Koch

Program Director, GIJN
Journalist and Program Director GIJN - Anne Koch worked as a broadcast journalist and executive for more than 20 years, mostly for the BBC, before becoming a director at anti-corruption NGO Transparency International. Her award-winning career in BBC journalism included service as... Read More →
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Mwape Kumwenda

journalist, Muvi television
Mwape Kumwenda is a journalist with more than 10 years of experience. She has worked for Zambia’s biggest privately owned television station MUVI Television throughout her journalism career.Her field of work include uncovering hidden thefts of public funds, corruption, abuse of human rights, health, poverty and social injustice. She strives to give a voice to the oppressed, marginalised and abused citizens. Her works have earned her ten awards locally and internationally. She is the international women media foundation IWMF 2015 courage winner and the free press unlimited 2017 most resilient award winner .Twitter... Read More →

Friday November 17, 2017 10:45 - 12:00
Wits Science Stadium - 2nd Floor, Room 205 West Campus, Torrance St, Johannesburg

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