Ghiovani Hinojosa Navarro is a Peruvian journalist with more than a decade of experience. He has worked for local media like Hildebrandt en sus trece and La República. In 2012, he won the National Journalism Award Juan Landázuri Ricketts in the category of print journalism. He has a Masters in investigative journalism from the Universidad
Environmental and social impact of development
Convoca is an investigative journalism organization founded in 2014 by reporters, data analysts, and programmers in Peru to merge the best of traditional reporting with the intelligent use of databases, a multidisciplinary perspective and new digital narratives to systematically investigate the networks of political and corporate power that affect the lives of citizens.
A recent graduate from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Giovanna Carneiro has already worked as a reporter for the newspaper Folha de Pernambuco and for Marco Zero Content, as a freelancer. Additionally, Carneiro was a creator and collaborator on Revista Gruvi, an digital magazine that focuses on music and culture in the eastern Brazilian state
Marco Zero’s mission is to produce, practice and promote independent investigative journalism that enriches and informs public debate. The organization’s reports and podcasts address issues related to democracy, gender and identity, urban mobility, as well as the social and cultural occupation of indigenous land. Central to our mission is a commitment to everyday people themselves.