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IWPR Academy: Online Crisis Management Strategies for Organizations

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29.09.2022

Online crisis management is becoming a very much needed and mandatory skill for anyone working on or managing organizations’ social media profiles such as social media managers, content and campaign creators as well as digital designers. During this webinar, you will learn how organizations can implement online crisis management strategies to manage and prevent crisis. The session will start with an introduction to common reasons behind online crises and a list of recommendations and steps to help organizations prevent and manage an online crisis. The webinar will also cover how to manage negative social media comments, which could be the result or one of the reasons of a social media crisis, tips to identify bots and fake accounts on social media, how to draft replies to negative comments, and monitoring and listening tools that organizations can use to prevent crises. For more courses go to 🤍

IWPR Academy: Breaking Through Disinformation on Social Media Organic & Paid Strategies

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00:33:46
29.09.2022

To break through disinformation on social media, it is important to understand how and why it spreads online to set some realistic expectations and understand human behavior. Using organic strategies, we will focus on creating snackable content by discussing its 6 elements and look at some examples to learn from. The webinar continues with paid strategies and will look into how does Facebook and Instagram advertising work, the 3 steps to launch a successful campaign on ads manager, what are the key elements of a good ad followed by some examples to learn from. The webinar will end with a brief intro to Facebook ad policies and Ads Reporting. For more courses go to 🤍

IWPR Academy: Visual Narratives to Connect: Data Visualisations for and with People

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00:22:39
23.07.2020

By Federica Fragapane, Independent Information Designer Federica works with a variety of International organisations both media and nonprofits, on social and environmental issues. Her focus during this webinar is about how to communicate the visualisation to the person. In line with that, she discusses such things as ‘usage context,’ that is what kind of person and in what situation are they reading this particular publication; in order to better craft the visualisation so that the person will actually engage with it. She discusses her design process to show how to create visualisations that will maximise communication with the reader. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Digital Democracy or Data Exploitation?

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23.07.2020

By Tetyana Bohdanova, Fellow at Prague Civil Society Centre How to use data in politics in an ethical way? Tetyana leads a discussion on how your personal data is used in politics to target you in ways that benefit a politician or particular political group. The discussion focuses on transparency in how data is used by these groups and the degree of transparency that exists. She looks at this issue through the case study of the 2019 Elections in Ukraine to see how personal voter data has been used to manipulate elections. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Open Source Investigations for Human Rights Defenders

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24.04.2021

During this 1 hour and a half workshop, Omar Ferwarti leads a crash course on holding open source investigations for human rights defenders. During this session Ferwarti goes through the step by step process of an investigation from collecting the necessary data to verifying it, to the role that social media plays in that process, along with the skills needed to perfect geolocation, data scraping, and then compiling all this information into a comprehensive work. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Translating Data Into Journalism

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23.07.2020

By Darren Long, Creative Director at South China Morning Post Darren discusses how his experience as the creative director, in which he works to bridge the gap between the editorial team and the creative team, have helped him gain a greater understanding of how visualisations can be used to communicate a story in a more compelling way. He goes through examples of stories they’ve done on COVID-19 to show how the data needs to tell the story, as opposed to simply just backing up the argument. As for maintaining a strong audience, Darren emphasises how the data needs to maintain a focus on the human aspect of the article. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Gamification of Learning for Human Rights Defenders

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00:19:49
24.04.2021

David Mark discusses the work he does along with his team at the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the OSCE. Mark leads innovative technology solutions at ODIHR and during this session discusses a simulation that they have created for the purpose of teaching human rights defenders how to do their work; more specifically how to conduct human rights monitoring and advocacy missions whilst staying safe. On a broader level, Mark discusses the role and advantage that simulations can offer as a training tool as technology continues to evolve. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Creating Empathy with Data Visualisation – A Design Exploration

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00:22:49
23.07.2020

Webinar by Gabrielle Merite, Independent Data Visualisation Designer, USA Gabrielle discusses the most liked images on social media, many of which show moments of empathy or people (albeit famous ones) in their natural environments, enjoying the moment with their friends or family. She does so in order to uncover how we can translate what people like about those images into making data visualisations that are more interesting for the average person and therefore, accessible to a wider audience. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Data Sketches: A Year of Exotic Visualisations

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23.07.2020

By Nadieh Bremer, Data Visualisation Designer at Visual Cinnamon Gets into the process of putting together data visualisations through three primary steps: Data, Sketch, and Coding. Nadieh goes through these steps by discussing the challenges and insights that she has learned in her year of collaborating with another person who she has been working with on data visualisations. The talk goes through how to choose a topic, find data for it, and then actually visualise it. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: How to Make Decisions in Visualisation

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23.07.2020

Albert Cairo, Knight Chair in Visual Journalism, School of Communication of the University of Miami Albert has published several extensive books about data visualisations and discusses how to make ‘good choices’ when making visualisations. This is an in-depth presentation that discusses data visualisations from beginning to end, the do’s and don’ts, while providing good and bad examples of visualisations; a bit of a crash-course in the subject. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Seven Angles for Data Stories

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24.04.2021

Paul Bradshaw discusses the seven possible angles for tackling data stories, which are as follows: scale, change, ranking, variation, explore, relationships, and bad/open. By going through individual articles, Bradshaw explains which angle was applied to each story in a way that tried to emphasize the most important message being told by a particular data set. After going through several examples, Bradshaw leads an activity for participants who have the chance to show what they’ve learned by tackling a data set and trying to tell a story with it. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: AI Applications for Human Rights

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24.04.2021

Shabnam Mojtahedi discusses her experience working at Benetech, a technology company whose basic premise is ‘software for social good,’ and whose focus is using technology and artificial intelligence to support human rights. Mojtahedi goes into detail about the software she and the team at Benetech created to compile and identify videos taken in conflict zones in order to better understand what human rights violations may have been carried out in a war zone. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Visual Revelation: Making Realities Visible in Data Journalism

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24.04.2021

During this webinar Adina Renner describes her experience working as a visual data journalist at the Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung AG. Renner explains how the team she works with use visual tools such as illustration, data visualizations, animations, etc. to bring important subjects to their audience in a coherent and engaging way. Throughout the video she touches on the different stories that her team and others have worked on and how these tools were employed in each case. Renner also explains how data journalism can involve working with various stakeholders to actually collect and build datasets before actually starting the work of communicating the meaningful aspects of each dataset. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Using Personal Data in Ukrainian Elections

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00:27:47
24.04.2021

Tetyana Bohdanova discusses how important personal data has become in recent years during political elections. Bohdanova relies on research she conducted in 2019 on how authorities used personal data in Ukraine during the campaign period in the leadup to Parliamentary and Presidential elections to show how data can be used to the advantage of political groups. She brings into question the issue of privacy and manipulation by looking at how President Zelenskyy’s campaign in particular was able to successfully employed social media to target voters on the basis of 33 categories that included such classifications as gender, age, profession, etc. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Forensic Architecture: Evidence of Violence and Survival in Conflict

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00:20:16
24.04.2021

Ferwarti discusses the firm Forensic Architecture, which is based in England, to discuss how spatial and media analysis can be used to investigate possible human rights violations by state and corporate actors. Ferwarti discusses how his team collects hundreds, if not thousands, of videos taken by civilians and other actors in places that are hard to access (e.g. war zones) in order to build a complete image of what took place there and who was responsible for any possible atrocities. Ferwarti shows how effective this method can be by taking a look at three instances in which his team led such an investigation. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Cross Border Journalism: Doing Data and Investigation in Closed Societies

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00:45:55
24.04.2021

Denise Ajiri focuses her talk on how one can work around the restrictions that government’s place on their work in closed and repressed societies in order to complete their investigation. While she covers the basics of collecting data, working with it, and publishing it, the main focus of Ajiri’s talk is to give people an idea of how they can continue doing their work when their access to data is severely limited. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Data Reporting on COVID-19 in Southeast Asia

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00:21:09
23.07.2020

Webinar by Kuang Keng Kuek Ser, Founder Data-N in Malaysia Kuang discusses the challenges and successes of countries in and around Southeast Asia in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Kuang takes a look at overall reporting in this part of the world on this issue to see how different outlets have reported on COVID-19 and used data to give a greater understanding of the issue. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: Newsrooms Countering Disinformation

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00:28:27
31.03.2021

This IWPR Academy course looks at the particular challenges facing journalists in Georgia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Moldova. For further reading, a quiz, discussion and exercises notes go to: 🤍

IWPR Academy: La Tifti (Don't Judge) - Part I: Hate Speech

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00:11:51
05.03.2019

Part one of a five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.

IWPR Academy: Computer Vision to Solve Real-life Problems

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00:52:53
23.07.2020

Workshop by Nodar Okroshiashvili & Soso Sukhitashvili. Nodar and Soso lead a workshop on how to use AI to assist on key issues in real time. The case study they use is employing AI to detect whether people are using face masks or not during live video streams. The discussion focuses on the entire process, of how this works, how data is then collected and used. This is a practical workshop that goes through the steps of how to use AI in your own work with sections spent on the actual coding that leads up to making this work. For more IWPR webinars, courses and handbooks go to: 🤍 Produced as part of Datafest Tbilisi 2020 🤍 Supported by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting 🤍

IWPR Academy: La Tifti (Don't Judge) - Part IV: Resources in Conflict Sensitive Journalism

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05.03.2019

Part four of a five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.

IWPR Academy: La Tifti (Don't Judge) - Part III: Objectivity and Freedom of Expression

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05.03.2019

Part three of a five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.

IWPR Academy: La Tifti (Don't Judge) - Part II: Facts and Accuracy

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00:11:21
05.03.2019

Part two of a five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.

IWPR's 25 Years of Making Research Count for Women

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15.11.2013

This year, the Institute for Women's Policy Research launched the next 25 years of making research count for women. IWPR leaders and partners reflect on the original strategic vision of the Institute to change women's lives through credible, rigorous research, and look forward to the next era of producing long-term, substantive advancements for women and their families.

IWPR Academy: La Tifti (Don't Judge) - Part V: War and Feminist Journalism

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05.03.2019

Final part of a five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.

Webinar | It’s All Connected: Women’s Reproductive Rights & Economic Well-Being | IWPR

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21.07.2022

Reproductive freedom and autonomy are integral to the economic security and well-being of women and families. Limited or strained access to the full range of reproductive health services, including abortion, can have an adverse effect on women’s short- and long-term earnings and income, job security, and career advancement, and increase the likelihood they will become impoverished. Thank you for joining us on the release of our new Reproductive Rights Index and discussion with leading experts on intersection of reproductive rights and women’s economic well-being and the link between reproductive health services in the states and other indicators of well-being and progress for women. Speakers: • Dr. C. Nicole Mason, CEO and President, Institute for Women’s Policy Research • Christine Clark, expert in reproductive rights funding and programming • Candace Gibson, Director of Government Relations, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice • Jessica Pinckney Gil, Executive Director, ACCESS REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE • John Boyd Jr., Principal, The Boyd Company, Inc.

IWPR and Equal Pay Today: Occupational Segregation and Equal Pay Webinar

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00:55:15
10.06.2022

This webinar from Equal Pay Today and the Institute for Women's Policy Research looks at why occupational segregation matters to gender and racial pay equity; legal theories in federal and state statutes for (potentially) challenging occupational segregation in the context of pay equity; and the role of litigation and of enforcement agencies in challenging occupational segregation and unequal pay. Speakers: • Ariane Hegewisch, Institute for Women’s Policy Research • Trilby Robinson-Dorn, The Pay Equity Project, UC Irvine School of Law • Jane Suhr, Regional Director, OFCCP Pacific Region • Moderator: Terry Fromson, Women’s Law Project Philadelphia

Jan. 27 National Press Club Event: Increasing Reliance on Social Security, Part 2

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31.01.2011

Experts from the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), the Brookings Institution, the National Academy of Social Insurance, and Global Policy Solutions present findings from IWPR's latest report on Social Security that show a dramatic increase in the number of Americans relying on the program for 80 percent or more of their incomeparticularly among men.

Jan. 27 National Press Club Event: Increasing Reliance on Social Security, Part 3

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03.02.2011

Experts from the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), the Brookings Institution, the National Academy of Social Insurance, and Global Policy Solutions present findings from IWPR's latest report on Social Security that show a dramatic increase in the number of Americans relying on the program for 80 percent or more of their incomeparticularly among men.

ნიუსრუმი დეზინფორმაციის წინააღმდეგ

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19.04.2021

კურსი გვიჩვენებს თუ რა დაბრკოლებებს აწყდებიან საქართველოში, თურქმენეთში, უკრაინასა და მოლდოვაში მომუშავე ჟურნალისტები. 🤍

Jan. 27 National Press Club Event: Increasing Reliance on Social Security

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31.01.2011

Experts from the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), the Brookings Institution, the National Academy of Social Insurance, and Global Policy Solutions present findings from IWPR's latest report on Social Security that show a dramatic increase in the number of Americans relying on the program for 80 percent or more of their incomeparticularly among men.

IWPR Focus on Central Asia: Ilkham Umarahunov

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31.01.2021

IWPR project manager who coordinated a project aimed at preventing violent extremism and training religious leaders in how to use social media to communicate with young people.

Supports for Student Parents: Barbara Gault, IWPR

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23.07.2011

Barbara Gault, Vice President and Director of Research, Institute for Women's Policy Research, in conversation with Amee Godwin, of ISKME, for CompletionMatters.org, Conversations on College Completion. Barbara Gault discusses findings on promising practices that support student parents and postsecondary success. A surprisingly large number of community college students are parents, nearly 29%, making childcare availability, along with other supports, a vital component of completion. Both institution- and student-initiated approaches are being studied to inform policy change based on knowledge about the complex needs of student parents and what beneficial interventions may be having the greatest impact. Created by ISKME, Licensed Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0

Adina Renner - Visual Revelation: Making Realities Visible in Data Journalism (Russian Subtitles)

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24.12.2020

This talk will review different methods NZZ uses to reveal hidden stories through graphics. They include creative data collection, plotting data, annotations, structuring information visually, and animation. The data journalism track was supported by IWPR. Адина Реннер - Визуальное откровение: сделать реальность видимой в журналистике данных Адина рассказывает о различных методах, которые использует NZZ, чтобы показать скрытые историй с помощью графики. Это включает в себя сбор, графическое отображение данны, аннотации, визуальное структурирование информации и анимацию. Трек журналистики данных был поддержан IWPR.

Malala's IWPR Roots

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31.01.2021

Malala Yousafzai at age 12 talks about taking part in IWPR’s Open Minds Pakistan project. Read more at: 🤍

Редакції протидіють дезінформації

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12.04.2021

Цей курс розглядає конкретні проблеми, з якими стикаються журналісти в Грузії, Молдові, Туркменістані та Україні. 🤍

Webinar: Resilience in Hard Times: Young Women in the Pandemic Recession and Recovery

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15.12.2021

Introduction: This webinar marks the release of IWPR’s new survey briefs on young women’s diverse experiences during the pandemic. This webinar will bring together policy experts, advocates, and young women leaders to discuss how federal and state policies should support young women in achieving their goals while leveling the playing field by benefiting those who have been hit hardest by the pandemic recession. Panelists: • Felida Villarreal, Deputy Executive Director, Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA) • Lily Rocha, Midwest Regional Director, Young Invincibles • Amantha Hons, Project Manager, RCCO; Council Member, Young Invincibles Texas Youth Apprenticeship Council • Jackie McGurn, Tradeswoman with Local 327 in Boston; Elected Chair of the Boston Sisters in the Brotherhood Carpenter’s Women’s Committee Moderators: Shengwei Sun and Jeff Hayes, Institute for Women’s Policy Research Link to IWPR’s new brief, Resilience in Hard Times: Young Women Report Optimism in the Face of Pandemic Recession: 🤍 This webinar took place on Tuesday, December 14, 4 to 5pm ET. Thanks for watching! Subscribe to IWPR’s channel and stay tuned for the latest webinar updates.

Panel 5: Mitigating the Economic Risks of Caregiving

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02.02.2018

The Academy's 30th Annual Policy Conference Heidi Hartmann, Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) Sherry Leiwant, A Better Balance Caitlin Connolly, National Employment Law Project Anna Wadia, Ford Foundation For a full agenda, and to download speaker presentations, visit: 🤍

IWPR: Զբոսաշրջության ինդուստրիայի զարգացման տենդենցները Հարավային կովկասում

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00:35:10
31.01.2017

ատերազմի եւ խաղաղության լուսաբանման ինստիտուտի հայաստանյան գրասենյակըՀանրային լրագրության ակումբի հետ համատեղ հունվարի 31-ին, ժամը 12:00-ին «Մեդիա կենտրոն»-ում կանցկացնի քննարկում՝ «Զբոսաշրջության ինդուստրիայի զարգացման տենդեցները Հարավային կովկասում» թեմայով: Միջոցառման նպատակն է Հայաստանի եւ Վրաստանի զբոսաշրջության ոլորտի ներկայաուցիչների մասնակցությամբ քննարկել Վրաստանում եւ Հայաստանում տուրիզմի ոլորտում ունեցած հաջողություններն ու պոտենցիալը:

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