A series of recent major corruption scandals in Denmark is testing its status as one of the world’s least corrupt nations. IACC Young Journalist, Anne Sofie Hoffmann Schrøder, speaks with Steven Sampson, American professor of social anthropology about the sophisticated corruption thriving in Denmark and the Nordics.
Category: Film & Documentary
In this episode of “Through Her Eyes”, journalist Andrea Arzaba speaks with film maker Sahra Mani, director of the documentary A Thousand Girls Like Me.
In this episode of “Through Her Eyes”, journalist Andrea Arzaba speaks with Delia Ferreira, Chair of Transparency International.
Richard Holmes is an investigations reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London, talking about how investigative journalists can fight corruption.
The session discussed the misuse of digital tools and social media with the goal of swaying public opinion and skewing elections. The panelists particularly focused on the recent scandal of Cambridge Analytica in the US presidential elections, and the suspicions of foreign influence in political campaigns around the world. The high-level dynamic panel was attended… Read more »
In this episode of “Through Her Eyes”, journalist Andrea Arzaba speaks with former Guatemalan Court of Appeals Magistrate Claudia Escobar.
“Busting the Silos” 18IACC High-Level Session from IACC Young Journalists on Vimeo. ”Busting the Silos: Combating Corruption with an Effective Alliance” The session discussed the effectiveness of the Union and the alliance of all the countries of the world to fight against corruption, and the measures that must be followed to achieve this, the High… Read more »