A discussion of forensic journalism
From open-source digital mapping to forensic architectural methods, the art of investigation in the public interest is rapidly changing, and this innovation is being pioneered at Goldsmiths. But what does a forensic approach to journalism actually mean? Is it about the application of new methods to the work of journalism, or something more distinctively humanitarian, democratic and new?
Eyal Weizman, Director, Forensic Architecture
Chris Woods, Director, Airwars
Chair: James Harkin, Director, Centre for Investigative Journalism, Goldsmiths
Free event followed by a Q&A
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