Join us in a discussion about disinformation and its impact on modern journalism, and listen to three journalists sharing their work!
21st March, Budapest
The ultimate aim of Outriders Network is to support good journalism. What does that mean? We want to create good, impactful and informed stories. We want to collaboratively tell them in their most suited multimedia form, we want them to spread and help people understand the world. We believe that good journalism is when the stories come first.
If you want to know:
Come and join us at Brodyland, Budapest for the upcoming meetup with our special guests:
The talks are starting at 6 PM and will last 20 minutes each.
Afterward, we will have time for a Q&A session and some networking.
Prior to the meetup, we are going to host two focused workshops for 15 people each
→ 2 PM – 3:30 PM: Jakub Górnicki “Storytelling with Instagram Stories”
→ 4 PM – 5:30 PM: Tommaso Canetta “Intro to Fact-checking”
The meetup and the workshops are free & open, but do register because the number of seats is limited!
Born (1986) and raised in Milan, lawyer by formation but journalist and fact-checker by passion and profession. Specialized in International and European Law in 2010 at the University of Milan…Read more
Meri Jordanovska is a journalist currently working at the Makfax News Agency as an assistant editor-in-chief. Meri has been covering topics related to organized crime, corruption, human rights and the…Read more
Sarah Emler is a freelance journalist based in Vienna who specializes in foreign policy and net-policy, but who’s been working for radio, TV, and print. In the last years, she…Read more
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