The training will provide useful tips and also aim to engage the participants in a conversation about working with new and hard-to-reach audiences by addressing the following questions:
The Cross-Border Local initiative offers grants to journalists interested in local, cross-border investigative journalism; training and mentoring in various aspects of investigative journalism; and a mini-MBA for local news media executives.
"Our workshop series is designed for journalists and media workers who are nationals or residents, or currently work, in the EU, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Georgia, Ukraine, Bosnia, and Tunisia."
The trainer: Zoltán Sipos is an investigative journalist and the editor-in-chief of Átlátszó Erdély, an investigative journalism project covering the 1.2 million-strong Hungarian community living in Romania. Átlátszó Erdély uses investigative journalism tools and long-form narrative to cover complex local stories that matter to small communities.