Women in investigative journalism: fighting the challenges

Three esteemed female investigative journalists talk about the challenges they face while engaging in male-dominated fields.

The rise of the far-right and the journalistic response

Dimitris Psarras and Lefteris Bidelas debate far-right electoral surge and media coverage.

Essential tips for foreign correspondents in Turkey

Turkish journalists Sebnem Arsu and Zeynep Sentek provide practical advice for foreign journalists working in Turkey at #iMEdDIJF23.

Making your story “look good”: A guide to data visualization

At #iMEdDIJF23, data visualization expert Julian Hoffman discussed innovative storytelling with creative 3D visuals and maps, exploring the question of whether data can emotionally connect with ...

Good news, bad news, and the solution

Juliette Gerbais discusses journalists avoiding the good news trap, contributing to solutions in a problem-focused industry, and standing out from traditional media.

The role of Artificial Intelligence in the newsroom

What challenges do journalists face when implementing AI in their newsrooms, and how do they acknowledge them?

Data Journalism Workshops at Panteion University

In the framework of iMEdD's collaboration with Panteion University, the iMEdD Lab held for the second consecutive year a series of workshops on data journalism.

Investigating war crimes using OSINT: A guide for journalists

Dr. Manisha Ganguly explored investigative methods for journalists to uncover war crimes using public information at the iMEdD International Journalism Forum.

The faces behind the numbers: César Dezfuli’s “Passengers”

César Dezfuli's images tell the stories of key figures in the European refugee/migration crisis, capturing the integration of West African migrants into different countries.

Sustainable journalism: Practical steps to fund your work

In today's world, journalism is crucial, but what happens when funding issues arise for journalists and newsrooms?