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Over 60 sessions, more than 70 speakers in three days of training, learning new skills, sharing stories and networking with most of the continent’s most interesting journalists.
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Tanya Pamplone

GIJN
Managing Editor, Johannesburg
Tanya Pampalone has been a journalist for more than 20 years, living and working from Los Angeles, Prague, Johannesburg and San Francisco. She is currently the managing editor of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, a Washington DC-based nonprofit which supports investigative journalists around the world. She has contributed widely to some of the world's top international publications over the years, including US News & World Report, Agence France-Presse and Newsweek. Tanya is the former executive editor of South Africa's Mail & Guardian, where she oversaw the publication's enterprise and narrative journalism as well as special editions spanning race, democracy and inequality across platforms, and is the former head of audience development and strategic partnerships for The Conversation Africa. Her most recent book is I Want To Go Home Forever: Stories of Becoming and Belonging in South Africa's Great Metropolis, a collection of oral histories around migration and xenophobia, which she co-edited with international migration expert Loren Landau.