Emilia Delfino, Argentina, is the deputy editor for politics at Diario Perfil.
She participated in ICIJ’s Paradise Papers investigation.
She specializes in investigative journalism focused on corruption in government and corporations and conflict of interest. She also covers federal courts in Buenos Aires.
In addition to her work as a member of the Argentine team on Paradise Papers, she is also part of the journalist team “Investiga Lava Jato”, formed by more than 20 journalists from eleven countries to pursue the spreading corruption investigation that began in Brazil as a probe into money laundering and expanded in widespread bribery and corruption.
Delfino was awarded the Konex Prize, recognizing the “100 most outstanding personalities of the decade 2007-2017 of Communication-Journalism of Argentina.”
She is co-author of two books: “La ejecución,” an investigation about the triple crime of General Rodríguez (2011); and “El hombre del Camión,” the biography of union leader Hugo Moyano (2008). She also teaches investigative journalism at two universities in Buenos Aires, Universidad Católica Argentina and Universidad del Salvador.