Multimedia

Matteo Moretti: Design and European Data Journalism

22/12/2020

Matteo Moretti, designer and founder of Sheldon.studio, explains his approach to journalism, with a special attention to visual journalism, interactive and responsive products, and informative experiences. He reflects upon the potential and challenges of data journalism in covering issues such as COVID-19 and the climate crisis.

"Addressing the challenges posed by disinformation in the Western Balkans“. Day 1

14/12/2020

More than 100 participants, representatives of regional organisations, governmental institutions and media have gathered for a two-day online conference on 11-12 November 2020 co-organised jointly by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT), the European Center of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (Hybrid CoE) and the European External Action Service (EEAS) in order to discuss challenges posed by disinformation in the Western Balkans. Day 1

"Addressing the challenges posed by disinformation in the Western Balkans“. Day 2

14/12/2020

More than 100 participants, representatives of regional organisations, governmental institutions and media have gathered for a two-day online conference on 11-12 November 2020 co-organised jointly by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT), the European Center of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (Hybrid CoE) and the European External Action Service (EEAS) in order to discuss challenges posed by disinformation in the Western Balkans. Day 2

Azerbaijan: they whisper but sometimes scream

10/12/2020

A small lake with no name. People call it Pir Vir, but this is the name of the shrine located nearby. The lake was once a female space. The women collected water there and shared their stories. A film by Lala Aliyeva

The 1425 days of Sarajevo

The General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, signed at the military base in Dayton, Ohio, on 21 November and then formalised in Paris on 14 December 1995, decreed the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The capital, Sarajevo, was held under siege for 1452 days, from 6 April 1992 to 29 February 1996. The story of those years in photographs, courtesy of photographer and journalist Mario Boccia to OBCT

The dead will understand

18/11/2020

After Covid-19 reached a small village in Georgia - last spring - birds occupied empty schoolyards, wall clocks ticked louder, people began to remember what they saw in their dreams at night. Doubts, fears and reassurances spilled from the TV news exactly five times a day during the week of Easter. The village had an important decision to make. A film by Ana Jegnaradze and Marita Tevzadze - Chai Khana

Ruby red Moldova

In November, in Taraclia, southern Moldova, it is harvest time. In this photogallery Piotr Velixar meets a family of winemakers

Karabakh: fierce battles along the entire frontline

02/10/2020

On September 27, battles with the use of armoured vehicles and artillery began in the Karabakh conflict zone. An important difference of the new round of the conflict, which is underway for more than three decades, is that hostilities are on along the entire frontline; and the opposing parties have announced the martial law and mobilization.

My neighbor Ana

14/09/2020

22-year-old Anna is fighting for her right to register her family’s property in her name. Her cousin strongly opposed her decision. In the Svaneti mountain village of Ushguli, Georgia, tradition dictates that if a family does not have a boy, the land and the family house are handed down to the next male relation who will continue the family name. A docu-fiction (hybrid) by Mariam Khachvani

Serbia: submerged by waste

01/09/2020

In Serbia, every citizen produces an average of one kilo of waste per day. Most end up in illegal or unregulated landfills, with an uncontrolled production of methane in the atmosphere. Everyone must, and can, do their part. A video report