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December 4, 2016
Canadian Excellence


Laurier Brantford

Alison Motluk -Investigations Ltd.: Investigative journalism on a freelance basis

Nov 18/13

Date: Nov 18/13
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Carnegie Building, 73 George Street, CB 207
Cost: Free

Journalist Alison Motluk has been working as a journalist since 1993, (freelance since 1999) writing mainly about science, and, more recently, where science meets society. A particular interest has been the fertility industry. Her article "The Human Egg Trade" won a silver National Magazine Award for investigative reporting. A subsequent piece, "Is Egg Donation Dangerous?" won the gold NMA for Health and Medicine last year, as well as a CAJ investigative award. Her radio documentary, “Wanted: Egg Donor in Good Health” also won a CAJ investigative award last year.

Please join for the next installment of the Laurier BrantfordJournalism Symposium as Alison discusses the challenges of conducting investigative journalism on a freelance basis.

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Contact: Dr. Simon Kiss
Phone: 519.756.8228

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