Haz Tu Parte (‘Do your share’) so we can
continue investigating corruption

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Four years ago we started investigating the corruption that power conceals in order to make relevant information available to citizens. Since 2015, when Convoca.pe emerged in Peru, we have been investigating the Lava Jato case (Operation Car Wash) with rigor, independence, freedom and in a collaborative manner with journalists from different countries in Latin American. It has not been easy. Investigating corruption is risky, costly, and complex. This is why we invite you to join our crowdfunding campaign so you can support our work and hence investigative journalism.




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Thirty percent of the amount raised will cover the costs of a cross-border investigation that ‘Investigative Lava Jato’, a collaborative network with reporters from 15 countries in Latin America and Africa, will carry out.



HOW TO JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN

There needs to be many of us so we can uncover what power conceals, which ultimately affects our lives. With your support we will continue investigating the biggest corruption case of recent times, Lava Jato (Operation ‘Car Wash’), and you will have access to the following benefits.


FROM US$10
  • Free access to our investigations, stories, interviews, and web applications for a period of 3 months. You will also have access to the stories we publish in collaboration with members of the network ‘Investigate Lava Jato’.
  • Access to our monthly newsletters containing our last investigations about the Lava Jato case.
FROM US$20
  • All the previous benefits.
  • Free access to our e-book (also available in PDF format) ‘Investigate Lava Jato: The Revelations’. This publication, which is a collaboration between Convoca.pe and other partners, brings together about one hundred stories about the impact of the Lava Jato case in Peru and in other Latin America countries.
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  • All the previous benefits.
  • You will receive invitations to our conferences, presentations, and other activities.
FROM US$100
  • All the previous benefits.
  • You will attend a workshop on how to investigate corruption using different techniques and methodologies.
  • You will become a member of our Readers Council* *Members of our Readers Council will have the opportunity to attend an editorial meeting and suggest research topics.

BANK TRANSACTIONS

You can also make your contribution by making a deposit to the bank accounts of Asociacion Convoca:

Dollars:
Banco de Credito del Peru (BCP) checking account number: 193-2265763-1-03
Account number for interbank deposits: 00219300226576310316

Soles:
Banco de Credito del Peru (BCP) checking account number: 193-2580605-0-15
Account number for interbank deposits: 00219300258060501516

In addition, you can support investigative journalism by donating equipment, flight tickets to cover the Lava Jato case or scholarships for our reporters. To make your donations you can write us to haztuparte@convoca.pe.


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TRANSPARENCY


We believe that transparency is fundamental. This is why at the end of the campaign we will write a report containing information about the amount raised and how we used your contributions.

MERCHANDISING


We value your contribution. This is why we offer you the products below so you can take investigative journalism always with you.


Convoca mug
S/. 20 ($6.00)

Notebook #HazTuParte
S/. 10 ($3.00)

Bottle opener
S/. 4 ($1.50)

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In the last four years we've published over 200 publications, four cross-border investigative series, and web applications. We even joined forces with journalists from Latin America and Africa to create '‘Investiga Lava Jato’, a collaborative network that investigates the Operation Car Wash in different countries. Our stories have contributed to the investigations being carried out by authorities. These investigations involve public officials, businessmen, and others people involved in corrupt practices.


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Bribery Division

In alliance with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ), we developed a cross-border investigation that reveals hundreds of secret payments by Odebrecht in Peru and Latin America.

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INVESTIGA LAVA JATO

‘Investiga Lava Jato’, a collaborative project with journalists from over 20 countries in Latin America and Africa, investigates one of the biggest corruption cases in recent times.

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Castillo de corrupción (Corruption Castle)

Journalists of the ‘Investiga Lava Jato’ network dig up files on alleged bribes and hidden contributions used in electoral campaigns in Latin America and Africa made by the Brazilian company Camargo Correa.

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Via Sobrecosto (Cost Overruns)

Explore this interactive platform containing a series of stories and a web application. ‘Cost Overruns’ follows the trail of the projects awarded to Odebrecht, reveals by how much such budgets were inflated, and which administrations approved them over the past 15 years.

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Expediente Lava Jato (Lava Jato File)

Explore over a hundred publications containing information on how Brazilian construction companies and their associates financed political campaigns and paid off Peruvian officials, politicians and businessmen.

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Los Papeles de Andorra (Andorra Papers)

Journalists of the ‘Investigate Lava Jato’ network had access to hundreds of documents from Banca Privada d'Andorra that reveal illegal payment transactions made by Odebrecht to politicians and businessmen from Peru and other countries.

AWARDS FOR INVESTIGATING THE LAVA JATO CASE

TRACE 2018 Prize for Investigative Reporting - Uncovering Commercial Bribery

The collaborative project ‘Investiga Lava Jato’, led by Convoca.pe and 20 journalists from Latin America and Africa, was awarded the TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting - Uncovering Commercial Bribery 2018.

Excellence in Journalism Award 2018

‘Vía Sobrecosto’’ (Cost Overruns)—a collaborative project between Convoca.pe and 20 journalists from Latin America and Africa—was awarded the Excellence in Journalism Award 2018 by the Inter American Press Association (IAPS).

Excellence in Journalism Award 2016

Convoca.pe was part of the Brazilian platform BRIO, the winning team that developed an investigative series about the investments of Brazilian companies in Latin America. The project was awarded the Excellence in Journalism Award 2016 in the “Inter-American Relations” category by the Inter American Press Association (IAPS).

Gran Premio Nacional de Periodismo y Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2017

Óscar Libón, team member of Convoca.pe, was awarded the Grand National Prize for Journalism and the National Prize for Journalism 2017 in the category 'Best written report' for the investigation 'Los nexos ocultos de la supervisora de obras de Odebrecht en el Perú' and ‘El rastro del dinero conecta los casos Ecoteva y Lava Jato’.

Premio Nacional de Periodismo y Derechos Humanos 2017 (Journalism and Human Rights Awards 2017)

Convoca.pe won the 2017 Journalism and Human Rights Award granted by the National Coordinator for Human Rights for covering the Lava Jato case in Peru.

Finalists of the 2018 Data Journalism Awards

The digital platform 'Vía Sobrecosto'(Cost Overruns), which is part of the 'Investigate Lava Jato' project, was a finalist in the 2018 Data Journalism Awards in the Innovation category.

OTHERS AWARDS

Convoca.pe was also awarded with the 2016 Data Journalism Awards in the Newsapp (small newsroom) category for the ‘Excesses without Punishment’ application. We were also finalists of the Gabriel García Márquez Ibero-American Award in the categories Innovation (2016) and Best Journalistic Coverage (2017).

Convoca.pe was part of the global investigation Panama Papers, winner of the Pulitzer Prize 2017 and led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)

In 2018, Convoca.pe was a finalist of Premios Nacionales de Periodismo (National Journalism Awards) and received an ‘Honorable Mention’ by Digital Democracy for its news app ‘Sanctioned’.