Use of Satellite Imagery in Investigative Journalism

Her reports have prompted Congressional hearings, Pentagon investigations and White House responses. Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Martha Mendoza hardly needs an introduction. For, the Associated Press journalist’s work has consistently brought social justice, international ramifications and changes in legislations to the fore. She was part of AP’s 18-month investigations into slavery in the Thai seafood sector which led to the freedom of more than 2,000 men in 2016. And, for the first time, brought to the limelight the use of satellite imagery in investigative journalism. Tune in to learn more about the investigation – which at times feels more like a Hollywood thriller – by a group of four gritty women.

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