With Cecilia Anesi, Carlo Bonini, Giulio Rubino, Drew Sullivan. Duration: 60’
Across a period of more than six months, forty-five journalists from fifteen countries and eighteen organizations, coordinated by the organization Forbidden Stories, have worked in secrecy to carry on and publish the investigations of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia, that was killed on October 16, 2017.
Cooperation is without a doubt the best defense tool for reporters who investigate. Does it even make sense to kill a journalist when ten, twenty or thirty colleagues are ready to continue their work? A few months ago, the same scenario unfolded in Poland with the assassination of Ján Kuciak, a young reporter of the international organization OCCRP, engaged in an investigation on the affairs of Italian mafia in Slovakia.
Once more, thanks to cross-borded collaboration, a murded did not stop investigation. How do such cooperations unfold, and what are the results? Investigative journalists from Italian newspaper la Repubblica, OCCRP and IRPI - Investigative Reporting Project Italy will debate these crucial topic in today’s journalism.