25Day 1 October
Discussion: How do we find facts and what is true online?
Jane Lytvynenko from BuzzFeed News talks about finding truth in the online world.
Inside Facebook: Secrets Of The Social Network
A fly on the wall inside Facebook's moderating HQ
26Day 2 October
Debate: Government PR and social media – influence, presence or too much presence
Journalists and public figures will talk with a representative of the Government PR team about their influence and activities on social media.
Presentation and workshop of VidiVaka
How to “sell” your story online in one minute videos
Case for Drisla: The Garbage Isn’t The Only Thing That Stinks
This investigative TV documentary reveals the corruptive practices of the authorities in regards to the working process of the biggest wasteland nearby Skopje, Drisla in connection to the pollution in the Macedonia capital and its' surroundings.
Deep in the 21st Century, in the center of Macedonia, the authorities' negligence has caused an absurd situation, probably not seen even in Third World countries:
Debate: Investigative journalism in Macedonia, challenges and moving forward
Young and experienced journalists from Macedonia discuss the state with investigative journalism in the country.
Fake News Fairytale
This fairytale takes us to the unlikely epicenter of fake news: Veles, Macedonia.
Daphne: The Execution
WHO WAS DAPHNE CARUANA GALIZIA AND WHY WAS SHE MURDERED?
27Day 3 October
Discussion – Safety of journalists in Europe – who is protecting journalism?
Safety of journalists in Europe
Workshop: Reaching success in crowd-funding for independent media
Gathering financial support from your readers for independent news and media - its possible.
Paradise Papers: The True Story Behind The Secret Nine-Month Investigation
Going behind one of the biggest global scoops of the year, VICE News Tonight’s “The Paradise Papers” offers an inside look at the undercover investigation of the leak from day-one, with exclusive access to the investigative reporters working in secret across continents to expose an unseen world of offshore accounts, hidden money and financial maneuvering at the highest levels of politics, business and finance.
Talk with Daniel Rzasa from Google news lab
Daniel Rzasa from Google News Lab will talk about online-based tools and best practices that journalists can use in their work.
Discussion – Investigative Journalism in Germany: Challenges and Current ‘State of Affairs’ There
Investigative journalism in Germany - challenges and general atmosphere.
On July 20, 2016, Pavel Sheremet, an award-winning Belarusian-born journalist living in Ukraine, was killed by a car bomb in Kyiv. The shocking murder of a sharp critic of Belarusian, Russian, and Ukrainian officials was the most high-profile assassination in Ukraine’s recent history.