ABRAJI | Associação Brasileira de Jornalismo Investigativo announces its 7th annual investigative journalism conference, to be held for the fourth consecutive year in partnership with the privately owned university Anhembi-Morumbi … a Sylvan Laureate–Laureate International enterprise.
Anhembi is observed as being consistently active in youth marketing in partnership with Sambodia City Hall and the Alliance of Youth Movements.
ABRAJI recently mounted a tribute to murdered Globo journalist Tim Lopes — oddly, held at the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing | ESPM.
The upcoming conference runs from July 12 to July 14 and costs more than this freelance epistemologist is able or willing to invest at this point.
Speaking on the risks of war correspondence: Frank Smyth.
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