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If one wants to ask questions, one must know how to listen and keep silent. If you want to learn how to do an interview - it is not a workshop for you. But if you are interested in conversation - let me invite you. We'll talk about talking and about preparations for a meeting with an interlocutor. We will talk about questions that are better left unasked and the ways of compiling the material later.

Magdalena Kicińska is a Polish journalist and editor working with the Czarne Publishing House and PISMO magazine.
The workshops are taking place in the GREY ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 10:00 - 11:30, The art of Interview, Magdalena Kicińska, PISMO

If one wants to ask questions, one must know how to listen and keep silent. If you want to learn how to do an interview - it is not a workshop for you. But if you are interested in conversation - let me invite you. We'll talk about talking and about preparations for a meeting with an interlocutor. We will talk about questions that are better left unasked and the ways of compiling the material later.

Magdalena Kicińska is a Polish journalist and editor working with the Czarne Publishing House and PISMO magazine.
The workshops are taking place in the GREY ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.

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MapsLab is a 90mins masterclass in using free online tools for digital storytelling. The lab is run by Marek Miller, a Google Digital Lab Fellow and Outriders Network trainer, with over 15 years of experience in the media and journalism field. Participants should bring in their laptops and pre-instal the following programs:
Google Earth Engine
Time-lapse

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.
Google Earth Studio
and StoryMap
This hands-on workshop is designed for journalists and storytellers who are already familiar with the digital storytelling concept and tools.

Marek Miller has been working in the media and journalism field for almost 15 years. For a large part of this time, he worked for one of the largest regional publishers in Poland (Polska Press Group) and therefore had a chance to witness Polish newspapers’ digital transformation process from the inside from the very beginning. For many years he’s been cooperating with the Dallas-based media organisation INMA (International News Media Association).
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 10:00 - 11:30, Storytelling with Maps, Marek Miller (Google News Fellow)

MapsLab is a 90mins masterclass in using free online tools for digital storytelling. The lab is run by Marek Miller, a Google Digital Lab Fellow and Outriders Network trainer, with over 15 years of experience in the media and journalism field. Participants should bring in their laptops and pre-instal the following programs:
Google Earth Engine
Time-lapse

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.
Google Earth Studio
and StoryMap
This hands-on workshop is designed for journalists and storytellers who are already familiar with the digital storytelling concept and tools.

Marek Miller has been working in the media and journalism field for almost 15 years. For a large part of this time, he worked for one of the largest regional publishers in Poland (Polska Press Group) and therefore had a chance to witness Polish newspapers’ digital transformation process from the inside from the very beginning. For many years he’s been cooperating with the Dallas-based media organisation INMA (International News Media Association).

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Newsletters are the workhorse of any news organisation. Without a clearly defined newsletter strategy, your news organisation will struggle to survive. Styli will share the journey to sending 10million newsletters per month, which metrics they look at and how newsletters have been used to drive 50% of DM's current 8,000 paying members.

Styli Charalambous is the co-founder and publisher of Daily Maverick, a 10-year-old startup, focusing on news, analysis and investigative journalism based in South Africa. He oversees all the non-editorial functions of the business and is a reformed accountant. He is the architect of their membership plan, Maverick Insider, and has written for the publication on business, sport, media and other topics.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 10:00 - 11:30, How to Craft Your Newsletter Strategy, Styli Charalambous (Daily Maverick)

Newsletters are the workhorse of any news organisation. Without a clearly defined newsletter strategy, your news organisation will struggle to survive. Styli will share the journey to sending 10million newsletters per month, which metrics they look at and how newsletters have been used to drive 50% of DM's current 8,000 paying members.

Styli Charalambous is the co-founder and publisher of Daily Maverick, a 10-year-old startup, focusing on news, analysis and investigative journalism based in South Africa. He oversees all the non-editorial functions of the business and is a reformed accountant. He is the architect of their membership plan, Maverick Insider, and has written for the publication on business, sport, media and other topics.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele and Rzemieślnicy.

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News organisations can only serve their communities if they are resilient; that is, they have what it takes not just to produce journalism but to grow, make a profit and adapt quickly to changes around them.

But what ingredients make news organisations resilient? Ben shares 18 months of work and insights from news organisations across Europe to help workshop participants identify what they need to do to become more resilient and leave with a clear plan of how to do it.

Ben Whitelaw has spent a decade in reader engagement and digital strategy in a number of large UK newsrooms. He currently works for the European Journalism Centre’s Engaged Journalism Accelerator, helping create stronger, more resilient relationships between news organisations and their communities.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 10:00 - 11:30, Community Engagement, Ben Whitelaw (European Journalism Center)

News organisations can only serve their communities if they are resilient; that is, they have what it takes not just to produce journalism but to grow, make a profit and adapt quickly to changes around them.

But what ingredients make news organisations resilient? Ben shares 18 months of work and insights from news organisations across Europe to help workshop participants identify what they need to do to become more resilient and leave with a clear plan of how to do it.

Ben Whitelaw has spent a decade in reader engagement and digital strategy in a number of large UK newsrooms. He currently works for the European Journalism Centre’s Engaged Journalism Accelerator, helping create stronger, more resilient relationships between news organisations and their communities.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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Are you ready for some numbers? Eva will give you a very short introduction to Data-Driven Journalism (DDJ) before you have the chance to get your fingers on some data and start producing a data-based story for social media (e.g. Instagram). Everyone is invited to join the hands-on session - no DDJ-knowledge required.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 12:00 - 13:30, Getting Started with Data Journalism, Eva Lopez (Deutsche Welle)

Are you ready for some numbers? Eva will give you a very short introduction to Data-Driven Journalism (DDJ) before you have the chance to get your fingers on some data and start producing a data-based story for social media (e.g. Instagram). Everyone is invited to join the hands-on session - no DDJ-knowledge required.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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Plastic pollutions, melting glaciers, and disappearing forests. There are many climate change events that dominate today's headlines. In response, we are witnessing a number of actions at different levels of society, and many attempted solutions proposed by cities, businesses and policy makers.

While it's great to see many solutions, the fundamental question still remains: are we really solving the "cause" of the issue that is driving climate to change and unprecedented events to occur?

We often look at the issues only on the surface level, without getting a big picture. This is where Systems Thinking can come in to help you.

In this session, you will be on a journey of exploration and discovery, to dig deeper and identify the problems we need to solve. At the end of the session, you will be equipped with a set of methods and tools to bring back home and apply in your next journalistic research on climate change.

Rina Tsubaki connects communities through design and systems thinking. Two years ago, she joined the European Forest Institute, an international science organisation, with a mission to build a bridge between journalism and science. Her initiative, the Lookout Station, connects media and science communities around the topic of climate change, with ‘digital innovation’ as the backbone. She has designed and developed two accelerator programmes namely Lookout360 Accelerator with MIT Joint Program and Sound Reporting Co-lab with the Cornell Lab.

This workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 12:00 - 13:30, Developing Solution-based stories using scientific/systems methods, Rina Tsubaki (European Forrest Institute)

Plastic pollutions, melting glaciers, and disappearing forests. There are many climate change events that dominate today's headlines. In response, we are witnessing a number of actions at different levels of society, and many attempted solutions proposed by cities, businesses and policy makers.

While it's great to see many solutions, the fundamental question still remains: are we really solving the "cause" of the issue that is driving climate to change and unprecedented events to occur?

We often look at the issues only on the surface level, without getting a big picture. This is where Systems Thinking can come in to help you.

In this session, you will be on a journey of exploration and discovery, to dig deeper and identify the problems we need to solve. At the end of the session, you will be equipped with a set of methods and tools to bring back home and apply in your next journalistic research on climate change.

Rina Tsubaki connects communities through design and systems thinking. Two years ago, she joined the European Forest Institute, an international science organisation, with a mission to build a bridge between journalism and science. Her initiative, the Lookout Station, connects media and science communities around the topic of climate change, with ‘digital innovation’ as the backbone. She has designed and developed two accelerator programmes namely Lookout360 Accelerator with MIT Joint Program and Sound Reporting Co-lab with the Cornell Lab.

This workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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At this hands-on workshop you will learn all the nitty-gritty about solutions journalism:
What it is - and what it is not?
Why bring SJ into your reporting practice?
How to identify a potential solutions angle and turn a ‘traditional’ news piece into solutions one?
How to structure a solutions story?
This workshop is organised in partnership with Santander Bank Polska.
Where to look for solutions stories?
Together, we will make an analysis of an SJ story, check several best practice examples and discuss your story ideas. And hopefully, answer all your questions.

Lucie Černá works for Transitions where she leading a program promoting Solutions Journalism in Central and Eastern Europe. She is involved in the topic since 2017, currently, she is also mentoring journalists in the central European region helping them to bring solutions lens to their reporting practice.

Jakub Górnicki is a blogger and reporter passionate about new media, interactive storytelling and reporting projects. Graduated faculty of journalism at Warsaw University, specialised in Reportage Laboratory. He established Outriders to bridge cultures and societies by original reporting and providing a global perspective through innovative storytelling. As a COO and board member of ePaństwo Foundation, he developed it into leading open data/transparency NGO globally. During six years he established Code for Poland and took it into Code for All together with Code for America. Open Cities - a program helping European cities adopt open data policies as well as Personal Democracy Forum in CEE and TransparenCEE.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 12:00 - 13:30, Solutions Journalism, Lucie Cerna (Transitions Online), Jakub Górnicki (Outriders) - in partnership with Santander Bank Polska

At this hands-on workshop you will learn all the nitty-gritty about solutions journalism:
What it is - and what it is not?
Why bring SJ into your reporting practice?
How to identify a potential solutions angle and turn a ‘traditional’ news piece into solutions one?
How to structure a solutions story?
This workshop is organised in partnership with Santander Bank Polska.
Where to look for solutions stories?
Together, we will make an analysis of an SJ story, check several best practice examples and discuss your story ideas. And hopefully, answer all your questions.

Lucie Černá works for Transitions where she leading a program promoting Solutions Journalism in Central and Eastern Europe. She is involved in the topic since 2017, currently, she is also mentoring journalists in the central European region helping them to bring solutions lens to their reporting practice.

Jakub Górnicki is a blogger and reporter passionate about new media, interactive storytelling and reporting projects. Graduated faculty of journalism at Warsaw University, specialised in Reportage Laboratory. He established Outriders to bridge cultures and societies by original reporting and providing a global perspective through innovative storytelling. As a COO and board member of ePaństwo Foundation, he developed it into leading open data/transparency NGO globally. During six years he established Code for Poland and took it into Code for All together with Code for America. Open Cities - a program helping European cities adopt open data policies as well as Personal Democracy Forum in CEE and TransparenCEE.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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VerticalStories Lab is a 90mins introduction to storytelling on Instagram for journalists.
Participants are very welcome to bring their phones and it is assumed that they have previously used Instagram or are familiar with the vertical stories format. The lab, run by Marysia Maciocha (@mytravelaffairs), will help you design your data stories with the stories format in mind. With more than 500 million people looking at stories daily (and these are the stats for Instagram only), and 72% of teenagers using the tool, it is becoming increasingly important to explore the format for bigger reach and impact of your stories. Marysia, a digital nomad and traveller at heart is an experienced Instagram storyteller with more than 95,1K followers. She has run multiplay Instagram and Social Media Workshop on Trampki Festival, Polish Travel Bloggers Meet-Ups and different cultural centres.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 14:30 - 16:00, Vertical Stories Lab, Marysia Maciocha (Outriders)

VerticalStories Lab is a 90mins introduction to storytelling on Instagram for journalists.
Participants are very welcome to bring their phones and it is assumed that they have previously used Instagram or are familiar with the vertical stories format. The lab, run by Marysia Maciocha (@mytravelaffairs), will help you design your data stories with the stories format in mind. With more than 500 million people looking at stories daily (and these are the stats for Instagram only), and 72% of teenagers using the tool, it is becoming increasingly important to explore the format for bigger reach and impact of your stories. Marysia, a digital nomad and traveller at heart is an experienced Instagram storyteller with more than 95,1K followers. She has run multiplay Instagram and Social Media Workshop on Trampki Festival, Polish Travel Bloggers Meet-Ups and different cultural centres.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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VerificationLab is a 90mins masterclass in critical thinking and digital verification tools for journalists. The lab is run by Marek Miller, a Google Digital Lab Fellow and Outriders Network trainer, with over 15 years of experience in the media and journalism field. Participants should bring in their laptops to be able to live-check out tools which will be discussed including
Google Maps and Google Earth
Google Translate

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
YouTube
other free and handy online tools for fact-checking and verification such as The Wayback Machine, WHO IS, Link Explorer, Suncalc, Video News Debunker, Mapchecking, and others.


Marek Miller has been working in the media and journalism field for almost 15 years. For a large part of this time, he worked for one of the largest regional publishers in Poland (Polska Press Group) and therefore had a chance to witness Polish newspapers’ digital transformation process from the inside from the very beginning. For many years he’s been cooperating with the Dallas-based media organisation INMA (International News Media Association).
WORKSHOPS: 14:30 - 16:00, Fact-checking and verification Lab, Marek Miller (Google News Fellow)

VerificationLab is a 90mins masterclass in critical thinking and digital verification tools for journalists. The lab is run by Marek Miller, a Google Digital Lab Fellow and Outriders Network trainer, with over 15 years of experience in the media and journalism field. Participants should bring in their laptops to be able to live-check out tools which will be discussed including
Google Maps and Google Earth
Google Translate

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
YouTube
other free and handy online tools for fact-checking and verification such as The Wayback Machine, WHO IS, Link Explorer, Suncalc, Video News Debunker, Mapchecking, and others.


Marek Miller has been working in the media and journalism field for almost 15 years. For a large part of this time, he worked for one of the largest regional publishers in Poland (Polska Press Group) and therefore had a chance to witness Polish newspapers’ digital transformation process from the inside from the very beginning. For many years he’s been cooperating with the Dallas-based media organisation INMA (International News Media Association).

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Stories cross borders - and journalists should, too. Global migration, climate change, transnational crime: today, many stories have effects around the globe. Journalists need to collaborate across borders if they want to fulfil the watchdog function of the press. In this workshop, participants will learn about “Cross-Border Journalism as a Method" and have an opportunity to work in groups on a “mock" story idea using the 7-step method for cross-border collaboration.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

Bernadette Geyer is COO and Head of Communications for Hostwriter. She has given trainings on cross-border journalism to reporters, newsrooms and NGOs across Europe.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 14:30 - 16:00, Cross-border journalism as a method, Bernadette Geyer (Hostwriter)

Stories cross borders - and journalists should, too. Global migration, climate change, transnational crime: today, many stories have effects around the globe. Journalists need to collaborate across borders if they want to fulfil the watchdog function of the press. In this workshop, participants will learn about “Cross-Border Journalism as a Method" and have an opportunity to work in groups on a “mock" story idea using the 7-step method for cross-border collaboration.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

Bernadette Geyer is COO and Head of Communications for Hostwriter. She has given trainings on cross-border journalism to reporters, newsrooms and NGOs across Europe.

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Commercial organizations set goals and plans to maximize long-term profits. For media the world is more complicated - we need to balance social mission, monetization models, vision and resource needs. This workshop will look at how to manage this tricky question, starting with how we understand value, scoping the market to define where to play and what not to do, and finally checking if we have the organisation to achieve our goals.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
Jakub Parusiński is a former journalist and media manager. He has written for the Financial Times and The Economist and served as CEO of the Kyiv Post in 2013-14. Following an MBA at INSEAD, Jakub joined McKinsey in London to work on digital strategy and transformation. He currently chairs the Media Development Foundation and is a co-founder and managing partner at Jnomics Media, a media consultancy and start-up incubator. His main areas of focus are media business models and organizational turnarounds.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 16:30 - 18:00, Fundraising Lab, Jakub Parusiński (Jnomics)

Commercial organizations set goals and plans to maximize long-term profits. For media the world is more complicated - we need to balance social mission, monetization models, vision and resource needs. This workshop will look at how to manage this tricky question, starting with how we understand value, scoping the market to define where to play and what not to do, and finally checking if we have the organisation to achieve our goals.

The workshop is taking place in the BLUE ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
Jakub Parusiński is a former journalist and media manager. He has written for the Financial Times and The Economist and served as CEO of the Kyiv Post in 2013-14. Following an MBA at INSEAD, Jakub joined McKinsey in London to work on digital strategy and transformation. He currently chairs the Media Development Foundation and is a co-founder and managing partner at Jnomics Media, a media consultancy and start-up incubator. His main areas of focus are media business models and organizational turnarounds.

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How to build and engage your community via a range of digital tools and campaigns including messaging apps and e.g. dedicated Instagram comms? During this workshop, we will go through both case studies and some golden rules for digital marketing.

As a Digital Marketing Manager of The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation (WOŚP), Anna Jadwiga is responsible for broadly defined communication in the Internet, online fundraising and new technologies. She also creates and runs social media of Sektor 3.0 Festival. She cooperates with lots of non-profit organisations whom she helps, advises and upskills in such areas as Internet communication, NGO’s employer branding and HR-related new technologies. With her team, she’s been repeatedly awarded the most important PR and marketing prizes.

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 16:30 - 18:00, Community Management Online, Anna Jadwiga Orzech (WOŚP)

How to build and engage your community via a range of digital tools and campaigns including messaging apps and e.g. dedicated Instagram comms? During this workshop, we will go through both case studies and some golden rules for digital marketing.

As a Digital Marketing Manager of The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation (WOŚP), Anna Jadwiga is responsible for broadly defined communication in the Internet, online fundraising and new technologies. She also creates and runs social media of Sektor 3.0 Festival. She cooperates with lots of non-profit organisations whom she helps, advises and upskills in such areas as Internet communication, NGO’s employer branding and HR-related new technologies. With her team, she’s been repeatedly awarded the most important PR and marketing prizes.

The workshop is taking place in the YELLOW ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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As journalists, we are expected to constantly innovate, try new things and look for new solutions. Journalism is supposed to improve democracy, empower disadvantaged groups and raise awareness of the society. But doing that kind of work comes at a great cost. We are tired, overworked, feeling depressed and powerless - like whatever we do it’s never enough. It’s hard to be creative while feeling overwhelmingly tired. During the workshop, we will talk about what is activist burnout, how to avoid it and what to do when it happens. Don’t worry - it will also be practical.

Anna Kuliberda is a coach, educator and facilitator supporting activists and non-profit organizations in management, innovation and change with the “Human not Robots" perspective.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.
WORKSHOPS: 22.11, 16:30 - 18:00, Avoiding burnout for journalists, Anna Kuliberda (The Radical Act of Self-Care)

As journalists, we are expected to constantly innovate, try new things and look for new solutions. Journalism is supposed to improve democracy, empower disadvantaged groups and raise awareness of the society. But doing that kind of work comes at a great cost. We are tired, overworked, feeling depressed and powerless - like whatever we do it’s never enough. It’s hard to be creative while feeling overwhelmingly tired. During the workshop, we will talk about what is activist burnout, how to avoid it and what to do when it happens. Don’t worry - it will also be practical.

Anna Kuliberda is a coach, educator and facilitator supporting activists and non-profit organizations in management, innovation and change with the “Human not Robots" perspective.

The workshop is taking place in the RED ROOM in Marzyciele & Rzemieślnicy.

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