On the fourth day of BIRN’s Summer School, trainers advised the journalists on how to pitch stories, structure investigative projects and use technology to assist their work.
On the third day of BIRN’s Summer School, journalists heard how to harness the power of social media, carry out interviews and develop sources for stories.
On the second day of BIRN’s Summer School, journalists learned how to creatively structure stories and use various databases and other investigative tools.
BIRN’s latest Summer School kicked off on Monday with interactive sessions on data journalism and fact-checking.
This year’s BIRN Summer School of Investigative Reporting will be held from August 21 to 27 in Konjic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After a week-long training programme in investigative reporting, the journalists at the sixth BIRN Summer School presented their own ideas for stories.
On the fourth day of the BIRN Summer School, journalists heard how to do a successful interview, organise an investigative project and produce an investigation for television.
The third day of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network’s 2015 Summer School continued with lectures about investigative storytelling techniques and data visualisation.
On the second day of BIRN’s Summer School, journalists heard how to find information about offshore companies, analyse data, use open source information and Freedom of Information laws.
BIRN Summer School for Investigative Reporting opened in Durres, Albania, with a plea to journalists to channel their curiosity.
Journalists from the Balkans have until Monday August 3 to apply for a scholarship for BIRN’s Summer School of Investigative Reporting.