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25 May 2022

Hello, and welcome to the news and tools delivery from EDJNet.

This week we just want to bring your attention to the free training on data journalism that we will hold in partnership with Dataninja starting later in autumn this year.

We want to be sure to put the right ingredients in the recipe, so we ask for five minutes of your time to fill in a short survey where we try to understand who you are and what you want from this course. Feel free to forward it to anyone!

Last week we were in Mechelen for Dataharvest. It was great to finally meet three years after the previous in-person edition. As always: great sessions, cool people and excellent coffee! Here are a couple of pictures from the event:

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Free training courses on data journalism 

After the summer, our member Dataninja will provide two cycles of entry-level free training in data journalism in the framework of EDJNet. Training activities will be held in English, they will last 6 weeks overall and they will target journalists all across Europe. In order to co-design the training and identify possible candidates for it, Dataninja has prepared a survey open to anyone who might be interested in participating in the courses: Feel free to share it with your contacts!

From the European data journalism community

 Webinar  "Information Security Starts In Your Head"
How can Journalists and other Evidence Seekers address digital vulnerabilities? Tactical Tech's Exposing the Invisible is hosting a webinar to discover how journalists can adopt a mindset and an ability to think about information security proactively, regardless of any specific devices or tools they use. The special guest is digital human rights activist and information security professional Michał "rysiek" Woźniak.
👉 The webinar will take place on 26 May at 16:00-17:30 CEST. More information here.

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