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Armendares gives several resources for finding allies in reporting investigations overseas. He lists websites for journalism organizations in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Argentina and many specialty groups in Mexico. Spanish-language tipsheet: 2913
This is a transcript of the keynote speech by Fernando Rodrigues at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference. According to the speaker, the speech is about "the attacks against journalists and deaths of journalists on duty around the world." The speech includes facts and figures about journalists who have been killed, arrested, etc.
Carlos Wagner tells how he investigated more than 500 betting joints spread through 10 cities in Rio Grande do Sul and how he exposed the government representative who used to command the illegal lottery in Serra do Nordeste. A very instructional first person account.
This tipsheet explains the "Public Control Project." The project is the result of 18 months of journalistic research on the wealth of Brazilian politicians. The author of the tipsheet decribes the project as a "powerful tool for journalists and for the 115 million voters of Brazil."