André Verløy, Norway, was an associate director at The Norwegian Institute of Journalism, where he conducts classes and seminars in investigative methods, effective web search, social media and use of archives.
Prior to that, he was an investigative researcher in Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s news and documentary divisions. Before returning to Norway in 2005 he worked at the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Public Integrity, where he focused on international investigative projects. He has covered issues such as arms trafficking, private military companies, global water privatization, and the reconstruction of Afghanistan and Iraq. The projects included extensive use of freedom of information acts, and were honored with the George Polk Award, and by organizations such as IRE and SPJ. In the past, Verløy has been a board member of the Norwegian Investigative Journalism Foundation.