Friday 27 April 2018, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Workshop: Create and Market Long-Form Narratives with Story-Based Inquiry

If you are unsure how to start and finish ambitious projects, or just want to make your work more efficient, this seminar with the creators of Story-Based Inquiry is right for you. This workshop is interactive, using the SBI tools to help participants organise their research material and create an efficient workflow in order to achieve a long-form narrative that will have an impact. Whether you’re working on an investigative story, a documentary or an NGO report, the SBI framework will also help you discover how to build an audience and a market for your work.

Friday 24 November 2017, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Workshop: Create and Market Investigative Stories with Story-Based Inquiry

Too many journalists, producers and NGOs get little or no return on their investments in long-form reports, investigations or documentary projects. In this day-long session renowned international trainers and journalists Mark Lee Hunter and Luuk Sengers will provide solutions by helping you plan better and think business while creating long life-cycle stories that matter.

Wednesday 24 September 2014, 7:00 PM

From Al Qaeda to ISIS: Terrorists Tactics

Thirteen years on from the 9/11 terrorist attack on the US by Al Qaeda, how has the organisation evolved around the world and what are its links with developing groups such a ISIS and al-Shabaab? A panel of experts will be joining us to examine the tactics and strategies these affiliated groups have developed and what is being done to combat them.

August 29, 2011

Afghanistan: The mistake was not going in, but not knowing why we were there

If you want to take part in further discussion about the impact of the War on Terror on our world today and how it might shape our future, come along to our FIRST WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: Changing world – conflict, culture and terrorism in the 21st century on Wednesday, 7 September. The decision to go into Afghanistan was […]

August 12, 2009

An Afghanistan strategy dialogue

Well worth tuning into this debate over at Abu Muqawama. If you want the background start here. Day One was a few days back now and they’re already up to Day Five.

June 24, 2009

Strategic communications in post-conflict countries

I’ll soon be heading into London for a two-day conference where participants will be discussing strategic communications from various organisational perspectives – military, international, humanitarian, and media.  On today’s agenda we have: – A key note from Nik Gowing on the ‘new tyranny of shifting information power in crises‘. – A discussion between General Sir […]