Behind the Headlines: Investigative journalism – opportunities and challenges

Leading journalists will explain how they conducted major investigations, the tools they use, the ethical considerations, the challenges and threats they face and how to take an investigation from concept to final broadcast or publication. This free webinar will take place on October 27 at 10am CEST.

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This 90-minute session featuring leading will deliver hints, tips, inspiring stories and a chance to share experience with those at the sharp end of today’s investigative journalism.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83932645042?pwd=Zk1FSDFzUXFTTkV0NFhGUitQK3dTUT09

Agenda:

10am – Welcome – Jeremy Dear, IFJ Deputy General Secretary

10.05 am - Matthew Caruana Galiza – Director at The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation

10.30 am – Talia Slack and Jonathan Gibson – BBC investigative journalists who worked on documentary series Inside Out on developing investigations, checking facts and the challenge of getting your story published or broadcast.

11.00am - Martin Thur – award-winning journalist who established investigative research platform "Addendum", where he produced cross-media reports and set up the web TV area.

Available in English, Serbian and Montenegrin

To register contact nisrine.salameh@ifj.org

For more information, please contact IFJ on +32 2 235 22 16

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