Register for POINT 8.0 workshops

On the third day of POINT 8.0 Conference, Saturday 18th of May, participants will have the opportunity to visit numerous workshops on different topics. The Radical Act of Self-care: “Activists not Robots. Fighting Burnout in Times of Crisis” – Anna Kuliberda Beacon, IRI: “>versus< ICT media monitoring tool” – Igor Merheim-Eyre and Brady Hills “Fact-checking and verification” … Continued

Register to participate in the POINT 8.0 Conference

Seven days before the conference, POINT 8.0 invites local activists, representatives of non-governmental organizations, media, students, but also those interested in areas of political responsibility, new technologies, media and social networks, human rights and many other topics to apply for participation at the conference. The eighth edition of POINT Conference (Political Accountability and New Technologies) … Continued

Point 8.0 starts on May 16th!

The eighth edition of POINT Conference (Political Responsibility and New Technologies) will take place in Sarajevo in Brew Imperial Society from 16th to 18th of May and will gather over 200 activists and representatives of civil society organizations from the region of Eastern and Southeastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as … Continued

Point Conference Iraq started today

In cooperation with the association of citizens “Why Not” from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and “ActionSEE” network from South East Europe region, Point conference- Iraq started today with a plan of becoming  an annual tradition. Point conference- Iraq is a unique event that sheds the light upon the importance of using technology, media, and communication technology … Continued

TransparenCEE workshop at POINT conference: Data storytelling for change

This training is for civil society actors working in the field of anti-corruption in CEE* especially on topics of fact checking, public money tracking, exposing corruption, increasing civic participation and opening decision making process in public institutions more transparent. If you work with data, no matter if they are qualitative or quantitative, about public officials, … Continued

Turning data into a story during TransparenCEE workshop in Sarajevo

Collecting data is just a first step on a long way to advocating organization’s findings to the audience – and during TransparenCEE workshop on data storytelling, Anna Kuliberda, civic-tech expert and Andriy Gazin, journalist and open data advocate, encouraged activists to pay attention to this last, but crucial aspect of “data life circle”. TransparenCEE workshop … Continued