Forbidden stories and beyond: Investigative journalism on the front line across Europe

Leading investigative journalists and newsroom managers 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 20 at 10am CEST.

Credits: IFJ

This two-hour session featuring leading investigative journalists from across Europe will deliver hints, tips, inspiring stories and a chance to share experience with those at the sharp end of today’s investigative journalism.  The meeting will be available in English, Serbian, Montenegrin, Russian

Day 2: 20th of October 2021

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86946554986?pwd=NnNrbUtEYy9hMkYxVjBwSC82Q3RhQT09

Agenda

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

10.05 am - Maria Ridderstedt, Sveriges Radio (Sweden), award-winning investigative radio journalist

10.30 am - Sandrine Rigaud – Editor of Forbidden Stories and Co-ordinator of the Pegasus Project and Laurent Richard – Founder, Forbidden Stories and award-winning documentary maker

11.05 am - Fran McNulty, award-winning investigative journalist and presenter Prime Time, RTE

11.30 am - Vladimir Otasevic, Founder, CEO and editor of Crime and corruption reporting network - LUPA (Montenegro)

Available in English, Serbian, Montenegrin and Russian

To register contact nisrine.salameh@ifj.org

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