Fredrik Laurin, Sweden, is a journalist and special projects editor for SVT, Swedish Public Broadcasting.
Along with partners Sven Bergman and Joachim Dyfvermark, he has been awarded the Stora Journalistpriset – Sweden’s highest journalism honor – three times for his work to expose, among other issues, Sweden’s participation in the United States’ extraordinary rendition program, and corruption from Swedish state-owned telco Telia in Uzbekistan.
Laurin is the co-recipient of numerous other awards, including honors from Swedish and American Investigative Reporters and Editors. He is also a two-time recipient of the Daniel Pearl Award.
Previously, Laurin worked as an investigative reporter and producer for Swedish National TV4, as well as Swedish news agency TT.
He has taught investigative techniques at a number of national and international venues, like the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism, the University of Stockholm School of Journalism and the Swedish Investigative Reporters and Editors' Grävande Journalister.
Laurin was a Knight Wallace Fellow at the University of Michigan and previously served on the ICIJ network committee, responsible for selecting new members to the network.