Bellingcat Online Open Source Workshop - 4-hour - June 23

Tuesday, 23 June 2020 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM [CET]

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Tuesday, 23 June 2020 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM [CET]

With our in-person workshops delayed due to ongoing concerns from COVID-19, Bellingcat is now offering online training workshops. These workshops will be held at a reduced price compared to our in-person trainings. We will hold sessions of varying length and on different topics over the coming months, in sessions ranging from a few hours to sixteen hours stretched over four days. These live workshops will be held virtually, and will not be asynchronous, and require online attendance in real-time.

We are charging a reduced rate on a per-hour basis for our online trainings:

  • 4-hour workshop: €175 excl. VAT euros/person
  • 8-hour workshop: €350 excl. VAT euros/person
  • 16-hour workshop: €700 excl. VAT euros/person

The VAT requirements of online courses are based on the organizer’s institutional location. This means our online courses are subject to the Dutch VAT of 21%.

We currently have the following 4-hour workshops scheduled:

June 22: 8 - 12 New York Time / 2 - 6 Amsterdam Time

  • Verification of user-generated materials
  • Web search techniques for digital investigations
  • Reverse image search techniques in digital investigations
  • Geolocation of visual materials
  • Chronolocation of visual materials
  • Using mapping and satellite services in investigations


June 23: 8 - 12 New York Time / 2 - 6 Amsterdam Time

  • Verification of user-generated materials
  • Web search techniques for digital investigations
  • Reverse image search techniques in digital investigations
  • Geolocation of visual materials

 

Bellingcat

www.bellingcat.com

Bellingcat is an international collective of researchers and citizen journalists using digital verifiable information to investigate a broad range of topics and uncover wrongdoing. Our research is based on facts and evidence and we publish articles with the aim to find objective truth and advance justice, transparency and accountability. We cooperate, share and train others to spread our knowledge, build networks and expand the community.

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