Update on FAIR west Africa conference

Keynote – Using ICTs to enhance investigative reporting (Senakpon Gérard GUEDEGBE)

Case Study – Exposing bribery and child abuse in Ghana (Anas Aremeyaw)  

Case Study – Investigating Barter Trade in Cameroun (Bisong Etahoben)

Discussion – Challenges of Access to Information in west Africa (Ebrima Sillah, PIWA)

Case Study – The other side of Fair Trade (Selay Kouassi, Ivory Coast)

Case Study – Reporting terrorism in Africa  (Ahmad Salkida & Peter Nkanga, Nigeria)

Case Study – Human organ trafficking in Benin (Christophe Assogba)

Presentation – [FR] Authenticité de l’information en ligne (Tidiane Sy)  Discussion – Online Security

Case Study – How crowd-sourcing can deepen IJ (Musikilu Mojeed, Nigeria)

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Latest discussion on our Facebook page: Should investigative journalists work like activists in order to get the full story represented? Where is the line between advocacy and journalism when ‘uncovering’ social and human rights issues?

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