Monday, January 06, 2014
Journalism Training: 8-11 April 2014
With the Centre of Investigative Journalism, London, UK.
Tax Justice Network’s Illicit Finance Journalism Programme is aimed at practicing journalists and campaigners who are keen to investigate tax avoidance, corruption, money laundering and asset recovery.
Over four days, you will gain an understanding of how the secret world of offshore finance works as well as how to investigate corporate accounts and corporate corruption. We will show you where to find documents, how to analyse them and other practical tools to help uncover financial secrecy.
A combination of hands-on training and renowned investigators will give you the basis to uncover financial secrecy and corruption as well as offering the opportunity to network with other journalists.
This course is aimed principally at working journalists from the developing world in particular who have an interest in investigating the financial sector. Financial assistance is available. Experience in financial journalism is useful but not a pre-requisite.
The course also welcomes journalists from the US, Canada and Europe subject to a small charge.
For further details of the course, please click here to find an online application form.
Or here to go direct to the application form