The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG) and Ethical Markets/Mercado Ético released the report “Investigative Journalism: Issues for a South-South Debate”. The publication was produced based on the findings and recommendations of the International Workshop on Investigative Journalism: a South-South dialogue, that took place on the 22nd of November, in São Paulo, Brazil.
This report seeks to bring the audience a reflection on key questions and recommendations discussed during the event, that had present journalists, experts, researchers and public intellectuals from South Africa, Brazil, India, Mexico, Switzerland and Qatar. UN representatives and civil society activist were also present.
Written in two languages and divided in three sessions: Information, Democracy and Social Development; Different Censorships: Political, Financial, Economical and Geographical; and Corruption, Media & Markets the report provides insights to an agenda of cooperation between the participating countries and the United Nations for the improvement of investigative journalism and its contributions to development.