NZCIJ 2016 Programme
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Saturday
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TimeSpeakersTopic
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8:30Registration
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9:00Welcome
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9:10Jane Patterson (RNZ) & Andrea Vance (TVNZ) The challenges of collaboratively grappling with the large amount of data from the Panama Papers and translating it across radio, TV and online stories.
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10:00Breakout networking sessions
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10:40Morning Tea
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11:10John PilgerInterview by Mava Moayyed
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11:30Tim McKinnel (Greenpeace)What journalists can learn from NGO investigations.
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12:20Alex ClarkCrowdfunding platform for journalism
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12:40Lunch
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13:40Abi King-Jones & Alister BarryThe practicalities, challenges and rewards of feature documentary-making within a journalistic context.
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14:30Duncan Grieve & Alex Casey (The Spinoff)The challenges and motivations behind ‘I Will Come Forward‘, plus the legal and editorial process to get the story published.
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15:20Workshop intro
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15:30Afternoon tea
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16:00Matt Nippert (NZ Herald)Crash-course in how to actually follow the money by reading financial statements, sifting official records and building spreadsheets
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Harkanwal Singh (NZ Herald)On NZ's data landscape, with a focus on analysing underlying data sets which (mis)inform press releases using simple tools, and the use of statistics as a science to inform stories.
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Nicky HagerSource protection and other tricks of the trade.
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James Hollings (Massey University)Tools for searching online databases presented at the 2015 Global Investigative Journalism Network conference: Facebook graph searching, Twitter, other resources and techniques.
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17:00Drinks
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19:00Dinner at Ozeki (161 Tory Street)
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TimeSpeakersTopic
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9:30Kirsty Johnston (NZ Herald)Investigating bureaucracy – understanding the psyche of a government department and using it to your advantage.
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10:20Breakout networking sessions
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11:00Morning Tea
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11:30Adam Boileau (Insomnia Security)Operational security lessons from police raid on Nicky Hager's house in October 2014.
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Harkanwal Singh (NZ Herald)On NZ's data landscape, with a focus on analysing underlying data sets which (mis)inform press releases using simple tools, and the use of statistics as a science to inform stories.
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Nicky HagerSource protection and other tricks of the trade.
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12:30Lunch
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13:20Adam Boileau (Insomnia Security)Operational security lessons from police raid on Nicky Hager's house in October 2014.
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Matt Nippert (NZ Herald)Crash-course in how to actually follow the money by reading financial statements, sifting official records and building spreadsheets
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James Hollings (Massey University)Tools for searching online databases presented at the 2015 Global Investigative Journalism Network conference: Facebook graph searching, Twitter, other resources and techniques.
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14:20Blair Ensor & Katie Kenny (Fairfax)The Faces of Innocents project: Creating the first known database of Kiwi kids to have died of neglect, abuse, or maltreatment since 1992, and giving them a voice.
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15:10Farewells/Future plans
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15:40Afternoon tea
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