Rachel Oldroyd

Managing Editor, TBIJ

Rachel Oldroyd joined the Bureau as deputy editor shortly after its launch in 2010 and has led many of the organisation’s key projects. Before joining the Bureau she spent 13 years at the Mail on Sunday, where she launched the award-winning Reportage section in Live magazine. The section focused heavily on human rights violations and, under her editorship, won more than a dozen media awards. She started her career as a financial reporter working in the trade press. She became the Bureau’s managing editor in October 2014. Twitter: @Raoldroyd

Rachel is speaking at

Nonprofits & New Models French Translation
September 26, 2019
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lecture Hall 150, HafenCity Universität (HCU)

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Investigative journalists are not only collaborating across borders in unprecedented ways -- they are doing it within borders, as well.

The Bureau Local, set up by the London-based Bureau of Invesigative Journalism, has pioneered a collaborative, investigative network within the UK, revealing stories that matter to communities across the UK. Its members include regional and national news outlets, local reporters, hyperlocal bloggers, technologists, community-minded citizens and specialist contributors. Correctiv Lokal in Germany and Citizen Matters in India are also using innovative ways to cover critical local stories. Come see what the future holds.

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

September 26, 2019
2:30 pm - 3:45 pm
Lecture Hall 200, HafenCity Universität (HCU)

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Extremists and hate groups aren't new. What is new is their use of social media and technology, allowing both the amplification of their vile messages and the rapid development of new networks, some of them global.

The resurgence of far-right political parties and leaders is adding to a toxic mix around the world, with increased scapegoating of immigrants and minorities. Reporting on such issues needs careful thought and clarity of purpose.

Three experienced journalists, who have reported on extremism in North America, Western Europe, and Argentina, share tips on how to investigate these groups. 

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