Transitions is happy to announce the dates and topics for the first 4 events of its Live Online Workshop Series.
Our workshops are targeted at participants who are from, live, or currently work in the following countries: the EU, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Georgia, Ukraine, Bosnia, and Tunisia.
Workshop 1 - Brigitte Alfter
Workshop 2 - Attila Bátorfy
Workshop 3 - Attila Bátorfy and Eva Vajda
Workshop 4 - Jaroslav Valuch
Transitions is happy to announce the dates and topics for the first 4 events of its Live Online Workshop Series. The topics were carefully selected based on a needs assessment carried out over the past few weeks. We are currently gathering a team of experts to lead the events and planning an engaging format so you can make the most out of this experience.
Workshop 1 – Best practices in cross-border investigations (closed)
Workshop 2 – Investigative journo toolbox I: Methods and tools for data journalism with local examples (register now!)
Workshop 3 – Investigative journo toolbox II: How to investigate people in a local context using social media tools (register now!)
Workshop 4 - Best journalistic responses to disinformation and conspiracy theories (register now!)
These are only the first workshops of a 10-part series so additional events are soon to come. To hear more about our program, join us on the Journalism funding and training community Facebook group. The space is a platform to connect journalists interested in our project, training events, and funding opportunities! The workshops should help you to be better equipped to apply for the open funding opportunities from Journalismfund.eu.
Transitions is also offering mentoring from top experts on local, cross-border journalism. So if you are struggling in a specific area, we will find a mentor to help! If you are interested, fill out the mentoring request form.