Confirmed speakers

We have already a long list ot excellent speakers coming to the fifth Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Lillehammer, Norway. 28 countries are represented among the speakers, but the number of nations will definitively rise in the coming weeks.

Jan Gunnar Furuly, 19.05.2008 15:42

We expect more than 100 speakers and panelists to Lillehammer. These speakers are confirmed so far:

Seymor Hersh, USA
Bob Steele, USA
Tom Heinemann, Denmark
Sam O. Dean, Liberia
Abd al-Bari Atwan, UK
Harun Najafizada, Afghanistan
Debbie Melnyk & Rick Caine, Canada
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ghana
Paul Myers, UK
Paul Radu, Romania
G.M.B Akash, Bangladesh
Roman Shleynov, Russia
Jelena Larianova, Russia
Hans Martin Tillack, Germany
Vivienne Walt, France
Fredrik Laurin, Sweden
Stephen Grey, UK
Brigitte Alfter, Belgium
Anne Stine Sæther, Norway
Giannina Segnini, Costa Rica
Nils Mulvad, Denmark
Jan Egeland, Norway
Tatjana Bus Riktun, Ukraine
Irene Jay Liu, USA
Darryl D'Monte, India
Philip Njaru, Cameroon
Patrick Mayoyo, Kenya
Massoud Qiam, Afghanistan
Steve Doig, USA
Helena Bengtsson, Sweden
Chuck Lewis, USA
Anne Hafstad, Norway
Siri Gedde-Dahl, Norway
Alf Endre Magnussen, Norway
John Bones, Norway
David Kaplan, USA
Brigitte Alfter, Denmark/Belgium
Mark Schaphiro, USA
Stefan Candea, Romania
Allan Harraden, UK
Drew Sullivan, Bosnia
Espen Andersen, Norway
Per Anders Johansen, Norway
Andre Verløy, Norway
Tommy Kaas, Denmark
Drago Hedl, Croatia
Tuomo Pietiläinen, Finland
Minna Knus-Galan, Finland
Matti Stenrosen, Sweden
Mark Hunter, France
Isioma Daniel, Norway/Nigeria
Tormod Strand, Norway
Valentin Thurn, Germany
Tarmo Vahter, Estonia
Alexenia Dimitrova, Bulgaria
Margot Williams, USA
Louise Flanagan, South Africa
Erling Borgen, Norway
Line Halvorsen, Norway
Ides Debruyne, Belgium
Frode Nielsen, Norway
Henrik Kaufholz, Denmark
Ghanashuam Ojha, Nepal
 
And we are working hard to confirm a long list of other interesting names!