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Saturday, June 30 • 12:00 - 13:00
Bellingcat/Verification — Open Source Investigations 2/2 [E] (limited spaces)

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Is this really Syria in 2018? Or Ukraine in 2013? Or Germany in 2003? Participants will be introduced to the method of geolocation: determining the exact location where a photo or video was taken. Mapping and satellite services are important tools for this verification method that is extensively used by the investigative collective Bellingcat.

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Hadi Al-Khatib

Hadi Al Khatib has been working on collecting, verifying, investigating and preserving citizen-generated data as evidence of human rights violations with the SyrianArchive project in order to expose and draw attention to human rights violations committed by all sides in the Syrian... Read More →
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Christiaan Triebert

Open source, Investigative researcher, (photo) journalist, Bellingcat
Christian Triebert is an award-winning investigative journalist focused on war and conflict. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Al Jazeera, Daily Beast, Foreign Policy, amongst others. He is a member of the open-source investigative collective Bellingcat and contributes... Read More →

Saturday June 30, 2018 12:00 - 13:00 BST