Dagskrá 2012

                   ICIJ conference at hotel Reykjavík Natura 14th of April

8:30                     Registration

08:45                   Opening session

Kristinn Hrafnsson head of ICIJ board and Sigurður Már Jónsson vice-chairman of the Icelandic Union of Journalists.

9:00                     Ideas, obstacles and methods

Winner of the Icelandic Union of Journalists Award for best investigative journalism 2011, Svavar Hávarðsson from Fréttablaðið newspaper: Dioxin pollution from garbage burning plants in Skutulsfjörður, Kikjubæjarklaustur and Vestmann Islands.

Nominee Jóhannes Kr. Kristjánsson, TV program Kastljós on RÚV:  prescribed drugs morphine and ritaline in the Icelandic drug market.

Nominee Ingi Freyr Vilhjálmsson DV newspaper: The economic crisis and its aftermath.

10:00 – 10:30      Coffee break

10:30                   Investigative journalism in the Nordic countries and Nordic collaboration. Moderator: Valgerður Anna Jóhannsdóttir

Morten Hansen, vice – chairman of FUJ, Foreningen for Undersøgende Journalistik in Denmark.

Minna Knus-Galán, chairman of Tutkiva, the Finnish Association of Investigative Journalism in Finland.

Jan Gunnar Furuly, chairman of SKUP, Stiftelsen for en Kritisk og Undersøkende Presse, Norway.

11:30                   Investigative journalism, methods & tools of the trade. Moderator: Gunnar Hrafn Jónsson

Investigative reporters Sven Bergman & Fredrik Laurin from Uppdrag granskning TV programme on SVT discuss their projects.                    

12:30 – 13:30      Lunchbreak

13:30                     The CIA´s Ghost Planes: mining data and working across borders. Moderator: Helga Arnardóttir

Investigative reporter Stephen Grey talks about his research behind his book Ghost Plane, the story of the CIA’s rendition program, and illustrates to make use of techniques of data analysis and to collaborate with other journalists internationally.

14:30                    Follow the Money: Reporting on Organized and Financial Crime. Moderator: Þorbjörn Þórðarson

Investigative reporter Miranda Patrucic from Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. Organised crime, financial crimes and „follow the money“.

15:30 – 16:00      Coffebreak

16:00                   Data Journalism – International experience and Icelandic possibilitie. Moderator: Kristinn Hrafnsson

Datajournalist Giannina Segnini from Newspaper La Nacion in Costa Rica.

Samúel White Credit Info & Hjálmar Gíslason from DataMarket discuss datajournalism and service available info for journalists.

17:30                     ICIJ annual meeting

19:30                     Reykjavík Natura opens for dinner & drinks

20:00                     Dinner and networking

 

 

 

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