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Tamás Bodoky

Tamás Bodoky, Hungary, is editor-in-chief of, a Hungarian watchdog organization and investigative news portal, and assistant professor at Károli Gáspár University in Budapest.

Bodoky has covered science and technology, environmental and human rights issues, and corruption and organized crime. For almost a decade he reported and edited at the Hungarian news Before that he covered science and technology for Magyar Narancs weekly. Bodoky has won the Gőbölyös Soma Prize for investigative journalism and the Szabadság Prize for articles on unrest and police brutality in Hungary in 2006. He also won the Iustitia Regnorum Fundamentum Award and the Hungarian Pulitzer Memorial Prize for his work on corruption. Bodoky holds advanced degrees in Agricultural Sciences and Language Sciences. He is a Marshall Memorial Fellowship alumni and member of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project; part of the team that won a Daniel Pearl Award.

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