Apply: A Free Half-Day Workshop on Journalism Tools

We’re delighted to be helping to organise a half-day free workshop for community journalists, run by the London-based Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ).

The course will be held on 15 February in Lucky’s on Meath Street, from 12pm to 4pm.

Training will cover different tools for reporting, looking at the basics of advanced search as well as useful databases and websites for investigators. There’ll be a real-life case study to play with, too.

There are 15 spaces up for grabs, so if you’re interested send me an email at sam@dublininquirer.com, with a max 250 words on who you are and how you think you’d benefit from the workshop.

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Sam Tranum: Sam Tranum is deputy editor of Dublin Inquirer. You can reach him at sam@dublininquirer.com.

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Anonymous commenter
at 30 January at 13:43

Is Google funding this ? https://tcij.org/category/tradecr…

Zoe Obeimhen
at 31 January at 19:37

Could u possibly broadcast this with crowdcast for people with caring responsibilities like me, disabled people and other marginalised groups who have barriers to attending 12-4pm? I ask because it is important to help marginalised people have a voice in current affairs, not just have people speaking on their behalf, however well meaning, nothing beats diversity at the table.

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