Join us for the next Berlin edition of Hacks/Hackers!

Jacopo Ottaviani will talk about Generation E, the first cross-border data-journalism project on youth migration in Southern Europe. Four journalists from Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal are running a coordinated data investigation and a crowdsourcing campaign to collect stories of young migrants, to be published on multiple media platforms in different languages. CORRECT!V is currently supporting the project.

CORRECT!V-reporter Daniel Drepper will talk a little about our new fellowship cooperation with the Rudolf-Augstein-Stiftung. The two-month fellowship is focused on investigative data-journalism and will be based in Berlin. The next application deadline is December 15th, 2014.

Also: Jens Ohlig about Wikidata, Stefan Candea on some amazing projects happening in Romania, and Daniel Gona about Design Thinking.

Hacks/Hackers is a rapidly expanding international grassroots journalism organization with dozens of chapters and thousands of members across four continents. Its mission is to create a network of journalists (“hacks”) and technologists (“hackers”) who rethink the future of news and information.

If you want to join us, please send an email to events@correctiv.org, join our facebook event or join the official Hacks/Hackers Berlin meetup group. The event is in English!

Hacks/Hackers Berlin #21
Thursday, Nov. 27th 2014
7 p.m.
Singerstraße 109, 10179 Berlin

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