Journalism academics, students and professionals are invited to submit their papers.
The Research Seminar in Investigative Journalism will take place June 26, followed by 14th International Congress of Investigative Journalism June 27 and 28 in São Paulo. The event is organized by the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji, in Portuguese).
Up to 16 papers will be selected on the following topics: the theory and practice of investigative journalism in Brazil; investigative journalism and safety; legal aspects of investigative journalism; the Access to Information Law in Brazil and the world; data-driven journalism and Computer-Assisted Reporting (CAR); teaching investigative journalism, CAR and data-driven journalism; and combating misinformation through investigative journalism.
Abstracts must be in Portuguese and less than 4,000 characters long.
The deadline is April 28.