The first New Zealand Centre for Investigative Journalism conference will be held on 28-29 June 2014 at the Massey University campus, Wellington. Like the NZCIJ itself, the conference is open to a wide range of people who are or would like to be doing investigative journalism.
$20 for teas and lunches, students $10 or negotiable. Please register on this website’s contact page, with your name, contacts and the title and description of any sessions you would like to run. We will send you details.
|Saturday, 28 June 2014|
|09:10||Trevor Morley (private investigator) on locating people and other tricks of trade|
|10:50||Simon McArley (formerly of the Serious Fraud Office) on investigating companies and fraud|
|13:00||Tim McKinnel (private investigator) on investigating crime and justice issues|
|14:10||Mark Piper and Adam Boileau (information security specialist) on digital operational security for journalists|
|15:50||Stream 1: Participant-driven sessions||Stream 2: Hands-on digital security workshop|
|17:00||Drinks at Massey venue (BYO)|
|19:00||Dinner together at nearby restaurant|
|Sunday, 29 June 2014|
|09:30||Ukrainian investigative journalist Anna Babinets will join us by Skype to tell the story about how an impromptu team of Ukrainian investigative reporters rescued thousands of documents thrown in a lake by their fleeing ex-president|
|10:50||Nicky Hager and others on developing and protecting sources|
|13:45||A tour of political Wellington: lobby organisations, political parties, government agencies, sites of historic intrigue! (If enough people indicate in advance that they want to go)|
Room 19, Level C, Block 5 (Entrance A, off Wallace Street)
Massey University, Wellington