Behind opacity, in african areas and using, sometimes, NGO and public money to run out. Those were some of the ways that mafia used to expand their business to Africa. The panel, called ‘Investigating the Italian mafia’ explored some of the most interesting projects about mafia business. With their panel, they have presented their investigation...
Four leading female activists and reporters from across the globe - Maryam Al-Khawaja, Khadija Ismayilova, Marina Petrillo and Miranda Patrucic - come together for a panel discussion on women's role in activism and the fight for freedom of expression.
How media can fight against populists and media bullies and how journalists can regain the public's trust in times of "lies" and false news.
“I hope we are allies and collaborators”, Richard Gingras says, referring to the relationship between publishers and Google. According to him both of them share a common cause and they both rely on an open ecosystem of distribution. Editors need the open web to find their audiences and be successful, while at the same time Google’s entire business and...
A queue of people – more than 100 metres long – awaits to enter the ‘Teatro Morlacchi’ in Perugia on the afternoon of 8 April 2017. They are there to pay tribute to Milena Gabanelli and to the work she has done for the past 20 years, leading and presenting Report, the investigative journalism TV programme on RAI 3....
How we saved Chelsea Manning’s life: when activists, lawyers and journalists mobilize together online
Evan Greer, campaign director of Fight for the Future and Manning’s friend, has been one of the loudest voices in thе fight to free Chelsea Manning.
Understanding the behaviour behind digital attacks is what the IPI has been doing for years in order to offer support to journalists victim of online harassment.
The Turkish journalist Ece Temelkuran shares her experience in dealing with the post-truth in Turkey, in order to help US and European journalists to confront the populists' narrative.
Ezra Eeman, Head of Digital at the European Broadcasting Union, explores the latest tools and devices that reporters can use for their journalistic investigations.
In the panel discussion "Improving news literacy through collaboration" speakers talked about why it's more important than ever to improve news literacy by working with different stakeholders.
An international panel will discuss about ambitious projects aimed at covering elections through collaborative fact-checking and monitoring social media.