Investigando las desapariciones: crimen organizado y personas desaparecidas

En este foro reunimos a dos periodistas de investigación de alto nivel con experiencia investigando desaparición de personas y apoyando a otros reporteros que realizan este trabajo. Ellos compartirán estrategias y consejos sobre cómo se empieza a investigar una desaparición, cómo gestionar las fuentes, las víctimas y las autoridades, además de plantear consideraciones más amplias para la efectiva investigación de organizaciones criminales.

Lessons on Reporting COVID-19 from Spain, Italy, and Ecuador

Investigative journalism has had to adapt to the realities imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Around the world, newsrooms are having to respond to challenges such as social distancing while reporting on the pressure health systems are under. GIJN and the Instituto Prensa y Sociedad (IPYS), invited four journalists from some of the countries that have been the most affected by the pandemic to share what they’ve learned during this process.

How Reporters Can Flatten the Stress Curve While Covering the Pandemic

At first glance, the COVID-19 story appears overwhelming at every professional and personal level for individual reporters, from psychological trauma and shelved investigations to the health risks to their families. But experts say planning and daily habits can make the work manageable — and that the work itself, and the sense of making a difference, represents a coping strength that reporters can exploit.