The Centre for Media Studies at SSE Riga invites you to attend the sixth Summer School on Investigative Reporting. Lectures representing the best of the best.
The keynote speaker - David Kaplan, is a true giant in investigative reporting.
Kaplan has decades of experience as a prize-winning investigative reporter. Today, as the executive director of Global Investigative Journalism Network, he promotes international cooperation and education in times when journalism and journalists are under pressure all over the world.
Besides giving the opening speech he will provide a guided tour through the GIJN Help Desk, a space designed to help investigative journalists around the world.
The Conference will feature in depth seminars with internationally recognized journalists from the USA, Sweden, Bosnia and Herzegovina and provide various networking opportunities. On the final day Re:Baltica will inspire us with the display of best investigative stories from around the Baltic Sea Region.
Registration deadline is June 20, 2017
Regular fee: EUR 385
Early bird registration by May 20, 2017
Early bird fee: EUR 350
The fee covers the tuition fee and participation in all events of the Summer School of Investigative Reporting at SSE Riga. Lunches, coffee breaks and one dinner are included. Not included: accommodation and travel costs to/from Latvia.
Participants from the Baltic countries, EU Eastern Partnership, Russia and other CIS countries can apply for a scholarship covering the participation fee (EUR 350). Scholarship includes registration fee and accommodation in a hotel for participants travelling to Riga. Scholarships are provided by the Anne-Marie and Gustaf Ander Foundation.
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