Irving Huerta is a Research Associate and Data School Convenor of our Data Schools (four scheduled for 23-24). His background is in journalism, collaborating with organisations like Forensic Architecture, the International Consortium for Investigative Journalism and others. He is interested in the intersection between politics, media, and accountability. His research revolves around the politics of uncovering wrongdoing (i.e. the struggles of its practitioners, the production of truth, and the transformation of reality). Irving holds a PhD in Politics from Goldsmiths University and has taught Political Communication and Investigative Journalism in universities and civil organisations such as the Centre for Investigative Journalism in the UK and Fundación Gabo in Colombia.

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