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Saturday, December 3 • 10:00 - 11:00
Lava Jato Case

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Transparency International and the Latin America Press and Society Institute (IPYS) have partnered for the IACC 2016 and for the IPYS 2016 Latin American Investigative Journalism Conference COLPIN. Throughout the 20 IACC-COLPIN Sessions we aim to showcase some of the most important corruption related investigations from around the world while discussing their impact and striving to forge stronger bonds between advocates and journalists.

The inside process

Vladimir Netto, Globo TV, Brazil

The author of the Lava Jato book explains the inner mechanisms that explain the success of a mega investigation.

Judicial transparency

Rubens Valente, Folha de Sao Paulo, Brazil

Benefits of an unprecedented decisionto disclose judicial acts to the public during the judicial process.

Breaking news

Ricardo Brandt, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil

The latest incidents of the Lava Jato process and their perspectives

Moderator: Laura Puertas, MEDCOM, Forum oj Journalists, Panama


Laura Puertas

Deputy Director of Information Services, Corporaciòn Medcom


Ricardo Brandt

State of Sao Paulo

Vladimir Netto

Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism

Rubens Valente

Folha de Sao Paulo

Saturday December 3, 2016 10:00 - 11:00 CST
The IACC/IPYS Colpin Conference