For freelance journalists, reporting on migration and refugees is a chance to tell deeply human stories and encourage a greater understanding of different peoples, places and cultures.
Freelancers who report on solutions to social challenges may find new angles to stories that can separate them from the crowd, find new commissions or establish them as experts in their field through rigorous reporting.
As a freelance journalist, you will often work independently or outside of a newsroom. Sharpening your fact-checking and verification skills is vital to protect both you and your stories from mis- and disinformation. Knowing the networks and resources you can turn to for help means you’re not alone in this important fight.
In this one-hour webinar, Katharina Jakob shows you how you can negotiate good fees, lose your fear to negotiate and build long-term business relationships with your customers.
Do you want to know how to protect your copyrights as a freelance journalist and reduce the risk of infringement? Watch this training session in which Korieh Duodu, Principal of Egality Law and expert on media and intellectual property law offers you the answer to this question.