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Friday, June 9 • 17:45 - 20:45
LIMITIERTE TEILNAHME: Workshop with Bellingcat - How to investigate and verify sources from countries like Ukraine, Iraq or Syria

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Participants will be introduced to the work of the investigative collective Bellingcat and will be able to learn the digital forensic practice of "geolocation", the determination of the exact location where a photo or video was taken if there is no metadata. The workshop will provide participants with competency, hands-on practice, and the toolset to geolocate images coming out of warzones and anywhere else in the world, thus complementing the "traditional" toolkit of investigative journalists.

  • Die Anmeldung für diesen Workshop wurde geschlossen, bisher sind 24 der 30 Plätze vergeben. Alle Teilnehmer wurden per E-Mail benachrichtigt. Alle noch freien Plätze werden nach dem Prinzip „first come, first served“ vergeben.
  • Is any previous knowledge required for participating? No.
  • Is there a need for pre-installed software? No.

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Project Leader for Open Source Investigations, Bellincat
Bellingcat uses open source and social media investigation to investigate a variety of subjects, from Mexican drug lords to conflicts being fought across the world. Bellingcat brings together contributors who specialise in open source and social media investigation, and creates guides... Read More →
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Christiaan Triebert

open source investigative researcher, Bellingcat
Christiaan graduated from King's College London's Department of War Studies, after obtaining two bachelor degrees from the University of Groningen, namely International Relations as well as Philosophy of a Specific Discipline. Christiaan followed education in Modern Standard Arabic... Read More →

Friday June 9, 2017 17:45 - 20:45 CEST