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“Media organizations and journalists must cope with hundreds of first-time situations driven by technology at a pace unmatched in any other time in history. Novelty is the new normal.”

Our world is changing rapidly, but how do you deal with constant change? And is there a way to figure out the future of journalism hands-on? We believe there is. The solution is in learning by making, especially in interdisciplinary teams with code, design and storytelling skills.

At the ISOJ we're doing a hackathon. No worries, you don't have to be techy. We're looking for journalists, designers, coders and everybody who wants to change journalism for the better.

We would like to get to know you a bit better. Please fill in the questions below.

All the best,
the teams of ISOJ and Hackastory

* You’re not techy. No worries, we get that question a lot. It’s absolutely fine.
We have the answers to the most asked questions: https://hackastory.com/qa-what-you-desperately-want-to-know-about-our-hackathons/

* Program: Start Wednesday 5pm-9pm and Thursday 9:30am-6pm https://docs.google.com/document/d/17vhjaWe2Q00kZfsVl0x84xOsrK70bXNqCkmvopzrvKM/edit

* Or you just want more information: https://www.isoj.org/isoj-2017-international-hackathon-will-develop-tools-for-accountability-journalism-to-improve-trust-with-readers/

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