Ilia Shumanov

Deputy director, Transparency International-Russia

Ilia Shumanov has been leading TI - Russia’s research work and analysis for close to seven years. He is responsible for exposing corrupt activities, introducing new ways of tackling corruption, suggesting the best anti-corruption practices, as well as analyzing and improving current laws and regulations in this area. He is responsible for coordinating four TI-Russia regional projects teams and has extensive experience of working in close cooperation with different investigative and project teams around the globe. He is a regular speaker at different conferences and frequently comments on corruption cases in the media in Russia and abroad.

Ilia is speaking at

September 29, 2019
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
Atrium, Der Spiegel

Speakers

  • Karen Greenaway (Speaker) Investigator, Case agent, and Supervisor, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Andrea Lampros (Speaker) Human Rights Center, UC Berkeley
  • Ilia Shumanov (Speaker) Deputy director, Transparency International-Russia
  • Anne Koch (Moderator) Program Director, GLOBAL INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM NETWORK

Description

Journalists are part of a larger ecosystem of investigators who track and document wrongdoing. We’re familiar with the investigative journalist’s toolkit. But how do other investigators prove wrongdoing? And what can journalists learn from them?

Check out tips from Karen Greenaway, a veteran FBI organized crime investigator; Andrea Lampros who does investigations for the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley; and Ilia Shumanov, Deputy Director of Transparency International Russia.

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