This collections of case-studies, best practices and learnings provided by cross-border practitioners of Europe wants to help everyone who is interested in the cross-border method, who wants to start cross-border projects or wants to gain more cross-border skills.
Meeting new journalists and talking about each other’s projects and areas of interest is a great way to meet future teammates and get new story ideas. But how and where do you meet each other?
Finding cross-border stories3
What makes a good cross-border story? This chapter dives into the definition of cross-border journalism and offers suggestions on how to get started.
Explore the best tools for cross-border collaboration and ideas on how to communicate effectively across borders.
Learn more about creating back-up plans for your investigation, and about how to assure your team’s safety while reporting in the field.
Explore ideas on how to avoid possible challenges that might turn up in the research phase, such as varying work methodologies, communication styles and approaches to ethics.
There’s no one-size-fits-all model when it comes to cross-border journalism. This chapter offers solutions on how to merge different forms of storytelling and provides tips on how to get published.