Course covers investigation techniques based on data, documents [Brazil]

Posted on May 10, 2021 in Data Journalism

Journalists, researchers and institutions can access this training.

The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji) offers a virtual course on investigation techniques based on data and documents, as part of the CruzaGrafos project.

The training focuses on CruzaGrafos and evidence-based research; OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) tools; social media and investigative approaches with the use of technology; Access to Information and Open Data Law; and studies of data issues and databases.

The cost varies according to the size of the organizations and groups. For public universities, the course is free. The training is four hours long.

Those interested must send an email to cruzagrafos [at] abraji [dot] org [dot] br to set up an initial presentation meeting.