Aurore Gorius, France, is a freelance reporter who specializes in economic and political investigations.
Gorius also teaches investigative journalism at the European Institut of Journalism in Paris. She started out at the daily newspaper France soir, covering social and economic subjects before covering labor and workplace and social issues for the weekly magazine, Le Point.
Gorius is the co-author of two books: La CFDT ou la volonté de signer, which chronicles the drama behind the landmark change to France’s retirement system in 2003; and Les gourous de la com: 30 ans de manipulation économique et politique, which shines a light on spin-doctors and communication firms.
She received a special citation from Investigative Reporters and Editors for a collaborative investigation, "How Elected Officials Divided-up 45 Million Euros Since 1992," which was published in the daily newspaper Le Figaro.