CORRECTIV veranstaltungen

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Mit unseren regelmäßigen Veranstaltungen möchten wir alle Interessierten einladen, bei Lesungen, Workshops und Diskussionsrunden neue Informationen und Anregungen zu gewinnen und sich am Austausch mit Referenten und Gästen zu beteiligen.

Heimatgold
14.11.2019 • Essen

Heimatgold

Ein Bauernbub aus Kolbermoor stemmt jeden Tag Mehlsäcke im Dachkammerl über der Sägemühle des Großvaters. Und er hat ein Ziel: der stärkste Mann der Welt zu werden. Verwundet, aber nicht gebrochen geht Josep Straßberger nach dem ersten Weltkrieg in die große Stadt zu den Gewichthebern des TSV 1860 München. Bald folgt Titel auf Titel: Deutscher Meister, Weltmeister, Weltrekordhalter – und sein größter Triumph: die Olympischen Spiele 1928. Die schillernden Zwanzigerjahre bringen den wirtschaftlichen Aufschwung, mit Gastronomie und Pferden häuft er ein Vermögen an. Doch dann kommen die Nationalsozialisten.

Wir wollen von Andreas Lechner etwas aus seinem neuen Buch "Heimatgold" hören und mit ihm über das Leben seines Großvaters, des Gewichthebers Josef Staßberger, sprechen. In "Heimatgold" taucht er tief in dessen Leben ein und entwirft dabei das grandiose Sittengemälde eines halben Jahrhunderts deutscher Geschichte, von der Jahrhundertwende bis in die frühen Tage des Wirtschaftswunders.

Andreas Lechner ist wie sein Großvater ein Bayrisches Original und heute als Regisseur und Produzent tätig. Und als Autor, Musiker und Schauspieler in Film und Theater unterwegs. Zuletzt war er am Berliner Ensemble und im Kinofilm „Zwei Herren im Anzug“ von Josef Bierbichler.

Auf den Spuren des Kolonialismus
15.11.2019 • Essen

Auf den Spuren des Kolonialismus

Wir reden über koloniale Strukturen - und über Ungleichheitsysteme, die auf besagten Strukturen beruhen.
Extinction Rebllion: Wann wenn nicht wir*
21.11.2019 • Essen

Extinction Rebllion: Wann wenn nicht wir*

Extinction Rebellion rufen auf radikal zu werden. Rebellieren, bevor es zu spät ist. Wie geht das? Was sind die konkreten Forderungen?
Identität: das Eigene, das Andere und das Fremde
23.11.2019 • Essen

Identität: das Eigene, das Andere und das Fremde

Was macht uns aus? Was bestimmt das Andere und das Fremde? In einem wissenschaftl. Kolloquium stellen wir die Frage nach der Identität.
CORRECTIV-Klimawoche in Essen
25.11.2019 • Essen

CORRECTIV-Klimawoche in Essen

Vier Tage, ein Thema – die CORRECTIV Klimaredaktion lädt zur Klimawoche in Essen ein.
Day 1 – Social Media search secrets and the best tricks to find people online – Workshop with Henk van Ess
27.11.2019 • Berlin

Day 1 – Social Media search secrets and the best tricks to find people online – Workshop with Henk van Ess

Organizations who do public interest work, are hit hard by the big changes in open source intelligence tools, especially LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Open source intelligence (OSINT) lost some of their best tools, see the interviews I gave to NBC, Buzzfeed, ABC News and VICE. This workshop shows you what is still possible with some creative thinking and adapting tools that now fail on you.

Facebook
1. What is still possible? What not? We'll look at the deleted tools and how to get some of the functionalities back
2. What other workarounds are ther
3. How to strategically rephrase your research question into the rigid logic of "Facebook 2019"

CASES:
How to use FB 2019 to find weapon dealer
How to find supporters of a radical party in a small town
Mixed topics: cellphone, email and hidden friends lookup in FB - overview

LinkedIn
1. How to bypass LinkedIn restrictions without being illegal
2. How to find people who live in any given town (not allowed by default)
3. Other tricks to hyperfocus your search

Twitter
1. What eye witnesses always say in tweets.
2. How to get an idea of who is behind a completely deleted Twitter profile
3. Sophisticated filtering: find only primary sources

Instagram
How to use social media to find a fugitive in a murder case, amazing case

Telegram
Finding out who is behind a Telegram account & entering groups


About the trainer:  

Dutch born Henk van Ess is obsessed with finding news in data. European media houses like Axel Springer, Persgroep, European Broadcasting Union and Schibstedt love his literal and lateral thinking and hire Henk on a regular basis to spill his secrets. 


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In 2019 we offer 2-day workshops for the first time. On the one hand for participants who want to deal with the topics intensively and on the other hand for attendees of our workshops in the past three years who want to update and deepen their knowledge.

On day 2 Henk will cover advanced stuff, for participants from day 1 who want an indepth-training. Day 2 is also suitable for participants of earlier workshops with Henk (2015 und 2018).


Book Tickets für Day 2 here.

Day 2 – Search secrets and the best tricks to find documents online – Workshop with Henk van Ess
28.11.2019 • Berlin

Day 2 – Search secrets and the best tricks to find documents online – Workshop with Henk van Ess

DIGGING FOR DOCS

Contra intuitive method to find off-beat documents by not concentrating on the question, but predicting the patterns is the possible answer. In three big blocks you learn all about digging for documents under time pressure.

1. Backgrounding on steroids
Find quickly the background story of an unknown person with the help of sophisticated filtering. 

* We look at mr Hill, pilot who caused a plane crash but survived. In just 20 minutes we find  his royal airforce ID, his unknown company, his postings in a forum, his old, deleted website and an actual new story: he was responsible for an earlier accident.
* Also we look how domain-filtering helped to find personal data of the new boss of Shell, Ben van Beurden.
* You learn why you have to search the same name 10 times in a different way
* how to avoid tunnel vision
* how to find stuff that you don’t know existed in the first place.
* The guy who Trump trusts: backgrounding the doctor who thinks you get autism from vaccination. 

2. From hunch to headline
How to make from a hunch a headline.This segment shows you why it is important to “follow the data” and explains what that means, how to implement the strategy that makes a hypothesis out of your hunch. 

* We look at an US youth band (Billboard listed) and check all the small leads to find out that they are exploited. * We also find damaging information of the aeronautic industry about the quality of cabin air.
* We find out how a dubious think tank is financed
* Who is behind dubious ticket sales agent Viagogo
* How to strategically research a company, i.e. Palantir 

3. Blast with the past
Let’s have a blast with the past. Smart use of archive.org and other answers to the problem “Page not found” and “Error 404”. Also: how to find unknown sources outside Google.

* Sexual abuse on a marine ship
* The scandal with the oil cleaning machine
* The fraud with the Thomas Jefferson wine
*  How to get inside older postings of LinkedIn groups
* How to find information that is not in Google

In 2019 we offer 2-day workshops for the first time. On the one hand for participants who want to deal with the topics intensively and on the other hand for attendees of our workshops in the past three years who want to update and deepen their knowledge.

Day 2 is also suitable for participants of earlier workshops with Henk (2015 und 2018). 

You will learn a new language that will open a whole new world of research possibilities. The workshop will be held in English, but Henk is fluent in German, so do not hesitate to come up with questions or examples in German. 

About the trainer:  

Dutch born Henk van Ess is obsessed with finding news in data. European media houses like Axel Springer, Persgroep, European Broadcasting Union and Schibstedt love his literal and lateral thinking and hire Henk on a regular basis to spill his secrets. 


Book Tickets Day 1 here.