Journalism professionals and students are invited to this event June 28 to 30 in São Paulo.
The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji, in Portuguese) is organizing its investigative journalism conference.
The gathering will feature about 70 panels, seminars and workshops with experts and journalists from the United States, Venezuela, Peru, England and Brazil.
Topics include polarization and false news; entrepreneurship and innovation; data journalism; transnational coverage of organized crime; investigation of sexual harassment; elections coverage of the elections; and more.
Registration is ongoing. Fees range from BRL215 to BRL490. To receive a discount, register by June 4.
For more information on how to register (in Portuguese), click here.