How can Artificial Intelligence be used for video analysis? How can video analysis be used for investigative journalism? Come and find out in this webinar with Rinat Tuhvatshin, founder of Kyrgysztan based media outlet Kloop.kg, recorded on 30.01.2019
How to reveal breaking stories based on digital fingerprints with the help of Source Code Leak?
What is Source Code Leak and how it can be used in investigative work?
Find out in our webinar, recorded on Feb 13, 2019
Speaker: Oliver Lebhardt – a journalist, data journalist, entrepreneur, the co-founder of Source Code Leak and AGL Group (Hungary)
Cross-border journalism is a tool that can overcome national bias and prejudice, ultimately contributing towards better informed, more accountable and democratic societies.
This workshop guides participants through the steps of the Cross-Border Journalism Method that were developed by our partner, Brigitte Alfter from “Arena for Journalism in Europe”, who wrote the book Cross-Border Collaborative Journalism: A Step-by-Step Guide.
Speaker: Bernadette Geyer – Head of Communications for Hostwriter, an open network that helps journalists to easily collaborate across borders.
Journalists don’t need to be in a war zone to be exposed to trauma. Investigative journalists increasingly find themselves subject to harassment and attack both online and offline. On top of that, there is the subject matter: many of the stories we cover deal with death, injury, deprivation, and sexual violence.
How to prepare for these kind of struggles? Find out in our webinar, recorded on March 13, 2019
Speaker: Gavin Rees – Journalist, Filmmaker and the Director of Dart Centre Europe
How can journalists and activists work together? How to achieve a common goal together? How does journalism affect decision-making and what role do activists play in this process? Interesting cases, practical tips and helpful lifehacks will tell you Casey Kelso from the Transparency International Berlin office in this webinar, recorded on March 27, 2019