Andrea Dip

Reporter & editor, Agência Pública

Andrea Dip is a special reporter and editor in the Agência Pública of Investigative Journalism and has worked with journalism focused on human rights since 2001. She received seven journalism awards for Human Rights coverages and was nominated for the Gabriel García Márquez Award for New Ibero-American Journalism in 2015, with the first graphic novel investigative reporting made in Brazil. In May 2018 Andrea published her first book "Em nome de quem? A bancada evangélica e seu projeto de poder" (In whose name? The Evangelical Political Bench and Its Project of Power) and In June launched the documentary "Under Constant Threat" about women's occupation on the public space, conducted in co-direction with the artist Guilherme Peters. Andrea was a Cosecha Roja fellow editor 2018 in Narrative, Gender, Violence and Youth.

Andrea is speaking at

French Translation
September 27, 2019
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Lecture Hall 150, HafenCity Universität (HCU)

Speakers

  • Mariko Tsuji (Speaker) Journalist, Waseda chronicle
  • Ronna Risquez (Speaker) Editora en Español , InSight Crime
  • Andrea Dip (Speaker) Reporter & editor, Agência Pública
  • Miraj Chowdhury (Moderator) Bangla editor/Head of program and communications, GIJN/Management and Resources Development Initiative (MRDI)

Description

From hate crimes to extrajudicial killings, the abuse of human rights takes many forms. In many cases these violations would remain unknown without the work of investigative journalists. In some countries it is difficult or impossible to investigate these abuses, and fact-finding on the ground needs to be supplemented with tools and techniques such as video, text messages, satellite imagery, and mobile phone imagery and audio. Here are some remarkable case studies of journalists exposing the truth in their home countries: out-of-control security forces in Brazil’s favelas; forced sterilization in Japan; and extra-judicial killings in Venezuela.



French translation for this session is provided by CFI, the French media development organization.

Nonprofits & New Models
September 27, 2019
4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Atrium, Der Spiegel

Speakers

  • Nadine Jurrat (Speaker) DW Akademie
  • Ross Settles (Speaker) Adjunct Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong
  • Musikilu Mojeed (Speaker) Editor-in-chief, Premium Times
  • Andrea Dip (Speaker) Reporter & editor, Agência Pública
  • Syed Nazakat (Moderator) Founder & CEO, DataLEADS

Description

What are the key strategies to help sustain investigative news outlets? Is it commercial income? Big donors? Small ones? Audience development? DW Akademie is releasing two reports at GIJC19: How to Fund Investigative Journalism, aimed at best practices for donors, and  
After the Scoop: How Investigative Journalism Affects Media. The panel includes groups profiled in the report, who will explain how they build and diversify revenue.

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