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Supporting Investigative Journalists in Ukraine

Mariya Turchyna and Alyona Bereza (center) are investigative journalists specialized in exposing corruption and nepotism in Khmelnytzkyi, Ukraine. Our Managing Director Werner Eggert met the two participants in their hometown to discuss their work and program at Bihus.Info. The Interlink Academy has supported them on various levels. The project will continue until the end of 2021.

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Data Driven Journalism in Colombia

Together with our new partner, the renowned Fundacion Gabo in Cartagena/Colombia, we support investigative journalism in the regions of Colombia through online training courses for data journalists.

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Media and News Literacy for Zimbabwe

The Interlink Academy, together with its long-time local partner CITE, implements a comprehensive Media and News Literacy project in Zimbabwe. The four-year project will reach out to numerous communties in Matabeland.

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Data Journalism Masterclass in Nepal

Training in the coronavirus pandemic: Together with our longtime partner Media Research Center Nepal (CMR Nepal), we conduct several advanced training courses in Data Driven Journalism in Kathmandu. Journalists from all over Nepal will improve their skills in finding, analyzing and visualizing relevant information.

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Investigating Germany-Russia-Ukraine

This program brings together investigative journalists from Germany, Russia and Ukraine. The participants will be trained in Data Driven Journalism and develop joint research projects. Originally planned as a face-to-face experience with workshops in Hamburg and Eastern Europe, the project has changed to online discussions now.

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Media and News Literacy for Eastern Ukraine

The Interlink Academy has empowered media literacy trainers in Eastern Ukraine. The colleagues in the oblasts of Dnipro, Sumy and Zaporizhzhya will continue sharing information on the opportunities and threats regarding social media with their communities. We hope to expand this project to other Ukrainian regions soon.

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