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“The story…was too important, too complex, and too global…to tackle on their own.”
-Marina Walker Guevara, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Through ethical, collaborative reporting, 376 journalists combined their talents in an orchestrated, international effort to expose a nest of illicit tax evasion and reveal the identities of powerful world leaders, celebrities and criminals who hide their massive wealth in secret offshore accounts.
On September 19th, Ms. Walker Guevara will discuss her role in coordinating the efforts of journalists from 80 countries in the Pulitzer Prize winning investigation: The Panama Papers.
The Burleigh Media Ethics lecture is presented by the Diederich College of Communication in collaboration with the O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism. This event is free and open to the public. Check out this video, Panama Papers: A year of investigations, for more information.