Great journalism changes laws and lives. Hear from reporters about what it takes to build an investigative project, how they find and protect sources, compile evidence and structure complex stories to resonate with audiences. And hear about how these kind of stories change people’s lives for the better: from exposing cancer clusters and financial malpractice to global investigations like the Panama Papers.
This event was held at the University of Sydney on Monday 30 July 2018.
Presented as a part of Storyology, the Walkley Foundation's festival for journalism. You can view the full program here.
Monday 6 August
Canadian historian Professor Margaret MacMillan draws out the paradoxes of war and peace since the end of WWI.
Tuesday 7 August
Join us for the launch of the special issue of the magazine Transition on "Bla(c)kness in Australia", bringing together the voices and artwork of diverse Bla(c)k writers, artists, poets, and scholars in Australia.
Thursday 6 September
An esteemed panel will discuss how the testimony of Holocaust survivors is used today and the problems, questions and opportunities it presents to people grappling with the legacy of the Holocaust.