Un dibattito acceso su un tema controverso. Carola Frediani ha moderato l'incontro con Joseph Cox di Motherboard, Stefania Maurizi de La Repubblica ed ex collaboratrice di WikiLeaks e Rahma Steiger dell'Hermes Center.
While journalists today have more opportunities to collaborate, they are also threatened as never before. Online harassment and abuse against journalists, government-sponsored threats, and killings saw a significant increase in the last year.
A decade ago, algorithms were considered neutral and fair, but research has shown otherwise. How do we hold accountable something that is hidden, all around, and difficult to understand? Julie Angwin and Fabio Chiusi brought some clarity to these urgent questions in an engaging session.
For women journalists, sexual harassment comes not only from male colleagues but also from sources. As a result, they need to deal with the pressure of staying alert at all times.
What happens to people who try to stand against Al-Sisi? How is the situation in Egypt today? And what happened to Giulio Regeni? All these themes were discussed in this panel.
In an interview before the panel “Listening leads to trust: Here's how to help your newsroom listen better” Pfauth discussed how De Correspondent is expanding its model outside the Netherlands and shared advice for newsrooms hoping to get out of the cycle of clickbait.
Interview with Philip Faigle on the project Deutschland Spricht, a platform that match its partecipants so thay can meet each other and talk about politics.
Friday afternoon at the IJF saw a panel of journalists come together to discuss the challenges faced by the media in the Middle East, and emphasised the need for a collective effort to tackle them.
In a plea for a safer world for journalists, panel speakers debate both the perils and the measures that are an active part of the dynamics
A conversation we need to have: safety, sexual harassment and gender policies in the newsroom
The recent success of populisms all over the world shows an indisputable lack of trust in institutions, journalism being one of them. How can journalists win their audience's trust again? Jay Rosen shares his personal suggestions and mission to the IJF18's audience.
If Facebook seems to finally be accepting its status as a publisher, how – if at all – should it be making editorial decisions? That is the challenge put to the five-person panel in the spectacular 14th century Sala Dei Notari hall, off the rainy Piazza IV Novembre.