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IPI helps Kosovo journalists slay the disinformation dragon (June 16-17)

From following the money flows behind fake news to using open-source intelligence tools, Kosovo journalists will learn the latest tricks in tackling disinformation at a June 16-17 workshop organised by the International Press Institute (IPI). The third in a series held in partnership with the Kosovo branch of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), the […]

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IJ4EU Info Webinar (18 June)

The International Press Institute and its partners in the IJ4EU fund will host a webinar on June 18, 2021 at 14:00 CEST to answer questions about the support on offer from Europe’s largest funding programme for cross-border investigative journalism. On June 1, the IJ4EU fund opened two new calls for investigative journalism projects on transnational […]

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FT Future of News: On the Road to Recovery? (June 10)

On the road to recovery? A pandemic, a recession, Brexit and across the Atlantic, a tumultuous farewell to Trump. The last year has contained a decade’s worth of news, coloured by our increased reliance on the digital world for connection. In Europe, a shrinking economy is posing further obstacles to the already fragmented print, broadcast […]

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Can Meduza survive the “Foreign Agent” Status? (May 26)

On April 23, Latvia-based independent newspaper Meduza was declared a “foreign agent” by the Russian state. The decision by Russia’s Justice Ministry made two publications (Meduza and PASMI, a Russia-based news medium reporting on corruption) the latest in a string of independent media to be added to the list of co-called “foreign agents”, throwing them into […]

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