Paul Radu is one of the most renowned investigative journalists on organized crime, a man whose work was acknowledged through time with numerous international awards. In 2009, he appeared on “48 Hours” investigating sexual slavery and human trafficking in Romania.
Paul will take the TEDxBucharest stage to speak about the new role that he believes mass media should take in today’s global society. As a trainer for journalists in the Balkans and Eastern Europe, he’ll share his ideas on how mass-media should shift from its passive role to a more active one, that can really make remarkable changes happen worldwide. Paul is coordinator and co-founder of the Romanian
Center for Investigative Journalism, co-creator of the “Investigative Dashboard Concept” and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism. His work was acknowledged over time with numerous awards, from which we can mention “Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting” in 2011, and the “Knight International Journalism Award”. He made it happen.