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Join Bellingcat and a live audience in our discord server, where every month we host discussions with leading voices within open source research and investigations. Be part of the audience at the next stage talk by joining our discord community here: https://discord.gg/bellingcat
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A podcast that takes a look at important issues, themes and developments related to the far right and related phenomena around the world. Hosted by Bellingcat’s Monitoring team, this podcast focuses on matters relating to the far right that aren’t always discussed in as much depth or detail as they should be.
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The Bellingcat Podcast takes an in depth look at investigations that used open source material and cutting edge investigation techniques to investigate a range of topics. Season 1 examines the downing of MH17, Season 2 focuses on the investigation that revealed the killers of two women and two young children executed at a roadside in Cameroon. --- For more information on our investigations please visit www.bellingcat.com To support our work and to access exclusive content please donate via w ...
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This Stage Talk is about the impact of conflict on cultural heritage sites and how, as open source researchers, we can monitor the scale of destruction. The discussion was based around our latest documentary with Scripps News, which you can watch in full here Tools: Planet Sentinel Hub Google Earth Ollie Ballinger's damage probability map tool of G…
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In this Stage Talk we discuss extremism on digital gaming platforms with experts Rachel Kowert and Linda Schlegel. We talk about how and why extremists are using digital gaming spaces for radicalisation and mobilisation efforts, but also about prevention efforts to stop extremists from exploiting these gaming communities. You can find Linda and Rac…
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In this week's Stage Talk we were joined by Centre For Information Resilience's Sofia Santos. Sofia also runs a website called Gralhix.com which provides exercises and guides for those needing to practice their open source research skillsets. The discussion on stage was all about how to get into our industry, Sofia provided invaluable tips and reso…
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In our second episode of 2024, we talk about the Indian elections and the phenomenon of Hindutva pop. Bellingcat’s Michael Colborne and Pooja Chaudhari spoke to Kunal Purohit, independent journalist and author of H-Pop: The Secretive World of Hindutva Popstars. If you'd like to read Kunal's book, you can find it here on Amazon. You can read Pooja's…
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In this week's Stage Talk we were joined by Bellingcat' Research Lead, Carlos Gonzales. Carlos unpacked a series of recent investigations, delivered by Bellingcat and partners into human smuggler operations across South America and into the US. You can find a link to Bellingcat's investigation into the digital coyote here: https://www.bellingcat.co…
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In this week's episode, co-founder and director of The Continent, Sipho Kings joined us. The Continent is an award winning journal, distributed weekly to audiences, covering 54 countries. It's published as an old fashioned newspaper of sorts, on a beautifully designed PDF, and distributed via word of mouth, on closed messaging platforms. In the tal…
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This week we spoke to a representative from Bellingcat's Justice and Accountability Unit, Consultant Natasha Pereverzina. Bellingcat’s Justice and Accountability Unit is a joint project with the Global Legal Action Network. Through years of collaboration, we have developed and tested a step-by-step methodology for investigators to follow, hopefully…
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This week's live Stage Talk was slightly different, we were joined by a Discord community member/open source researcher, Allison Jenkins. Allison was speaking on an ongoing project that she was looking for support on. Allison has lived experience of the Troubled Teen Industry and realised there was a lack of comprehensive and easy to access informa…
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In our first episode of 2024, Bellingcat’s Michael Colborne and Kolina Koltai spoke to Dr. Kathleen Blee. A sociologist at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Blee has spent decades researching far-right movements in the United States, and spoke with us about the often-underdiscussed roles of culture and emotion on the far right. She is the co-author…
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In this week's live Stage Talk we were joined by Sasha Issenberg, an author and political writer, speaking on how political parties around the world but particularly in the US, have previously and are currently responding to election mis and disinformation. You can find Sasha's full list of books here: https://www.sashaissenberg.com/copy-of-sasha-s…
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In this week's Stage Talk we were joined by fact checkers, Alice Milliken and Hannah Ajakaiye. In the talk we discussed the role of a fact checker in this digital age and how these skillsets are vital for journalists, researchers and the wider public. We also spoke about how AI has had an impact on verification techniques. Hannah's profile A link t…
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In this week's Stage Talk we were joined by Bellingcat reseracher, Logan Williams and some Discord community members who have recently become Bellingcat contributors. They were there to speak on a series of investigations into an environmental disaster which had been evolving since February 7th in Trinidad and Tobago. Bellingcat and these discord m…
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In this week's Stage Talk we were joined by Bellingcat' Director of Research and Training, Giancarlo Fiorella. Giancarlo detailed Bellingcat's efforts in the education space and how training high school students in media literacy may be one solution to the issue of disinformation. You can find a link to the Student View project here: https://thestu…
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Warning: This episode discusses explicit adult content and child sexual abuse material (CSAM). This week we were joined by Bellingcat Researcher Kolina Koltai, discussing her latest research focus into nonconsensual sexual AI generated imagery and the communities and companies set up to create and distribute AI porn. Her research so far has led to …
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For the first stage talk of 2024 we were joined by Bellingcat Technical Fellow George Dyer. George is a developer and an entrepreneur, he is the cofounder of Informatism, an AI and data research firm that is currently building a financial news and data platform. During his time at Bellingcat George built a useful toolkit for financial researchers a…
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For our final Stage Talk of 2023, Ollie Ballinger joined us on stage. Ollie is a lecturer in Geocomputing at University College London and a regular Bellingcat contributor. He is known for his development of useful tools for open-source research. In this session, he shares the details behind his latest tool, a map that allows you to estimate probab…
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This week journalist and mental health first aider Hannah Storm joined us on stage. Hannah co-authored the first study into moral injury and the media for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. She also launched the Headlines Network, an organisation set up to create connections and drive conversations towards improving mental health in…
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This week new Bellingcat researcher Pooja Chaudhuri joined us on stage. Pooja is experienced in following the movements of far-right groups in India. For her first article for Bellingcat, Pooja investigated the phenomena of auto-generated music videos on YouTube and how some of these lyric videos were based upon songs that encourage the expulsion o…
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This week Bellingcat researchers Annique Mossou and Foeke Postma joined the Bellingcat Stage Talk stage. Both researchers have a passion for unravelling historical secrets and have recently published articles relating to old mysteries. During the talk they discussed these pieces of research (linked in this description), expressed their reasoning as…
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This week we spoke to Christopher Miller from the Financial Times. Chris wrote a book titled "The War Came To Us: Life and Death In Ukraine' , the book is the Bellingcat' Discord Book Club's Book of the Month for September. During the talk Chris answered the audience's questions on life and war in Ukraine and his own experiences of reporting. You c…
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Listen in as Bellingcat tech fellow Sophie Tedling breaks down how to use a tool, built for mountaineers, for geolocations and other open-source research purposes. She also shares her personal experience as an open-source researcher with Bellingcat's Global Authentication Project. If you have a suggestion for the developers of PeakVisor after liste…
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This week's Stage Talk is with Aram Shabanian. Aram works at the Newlines Institute for Strategic and Policy as the Open-Source Information Gathering Manager for the Strategy and Innovation Department. In the talk he shares details on how to monitor traffic cameras, news channels and live webcams using free to access tools. This is an audio recordi…
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We speak to Bellingcat researcher Youri van der weide about his latest article looking into incidents from the IDF raid of Jenin, West Bank produced alongside Bellingcat discord members. Youri discusses how the discord community members got involved in the research and how Bellingcat hope to work with our wider community in the future. The talk was…
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In this Stage Talk episode, Narine Khachatryan, a Bellingcat researcher and trainer, spoke honestly to the Bellingcat discord audience about her recent experience of burnout and follow up therapy. During the talk, audience members also shared their own experiences and concerns. This talk was not intended to provide medical advice to anyone currentl…
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Bellingcat researcher and trainer Tristan Lee joined an audience in the Discord server to discuss his latest investigation, "The Mainstream Publishers, Distributors and Bookshops Selling Satanist Neo-Nazi Books ". Tristan unpacked what the group 'The Order Of Nine Angles (O9A)' represents and how he discovered that material affiliated to them were …
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Aiganysh Aidarbekova, an investigator and researcher at Bellingcat returns to the Bellingcat discord server to unpack her recent investigation into the destruction of civilian homes and buildings along the border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, following clashes between the two countries in September 2022.…
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Bellingcat researchers Charlotte Godart, Logan Williams, Aiganysh Aidarbekova and Tristan Lee came to the discord server to discuss their experiences of Rights Con, a large human rights conference that took place in Costa Rica at the start of June. The conference features an array of different speakers, from tech companies to government representat…
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Dr. Jason Stanley came by the Discord server to talk to us about his book, "How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them". During the talk, Dr. Stanley provided an overview of the main ideas in his book, and began his conversation by arguing that fascism and fascist politics are experiencing an "acceleration" at the international level. Dr. Stanl…
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Bellingcat's Aric Toler came by the Discord server to talk about how to teach open source research methods. As Bellingcat's Director of Research and Training, Aric is responsible for overseeing the development of Bellingcat's teaching materials, which have reached thousands of people across the world since 2015. During his talk, Aric gave advice on…
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Our guest this week was Bellingcat Founder and Creative Director Eliot Higgins. Eliot came by our Discord server to talk to us about his book, "We Are Bellingcat", and to answer questions from our community about the current state of open source digital investigations. Eliot also spoke about where he thinks the field is headed in the future. This i…
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Michael Colborne, the lead of Bellingcat's Monitoring Project, dropped by the Discord server to talk to us about a recent article in which he explained how to make sense of far-right symbols online. During the talk, Michael provided practical advice to researchers who might come across these symbols, and answered questions from the community on how…
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Alex Ștefănescu spoke to us about internet censorship in the European union within the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022. During her talk, Alex discussed EU Commission mandates to block Russian media outlets, which she says have had "mixed" results at best. Alex also spoke about how to monitor internet censorship.Alex is a Bellingcat …
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Ollie Ballinger spoke to us about tracking ghost ships using synthetic aperture radar (SAR), and about a tool that he's built to do just that. By helping to detect ships that have turned off their Automatic Identification Transponders (AIS), the tool can help to track down illegal activities at sea, including fishing in Marine Protected Areas, smug…
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Norm, the Project Owl Discord server owner, dropped by to tell us about the history of the Project Owl Community. Norm spoke to us about some of the highlights and challenges of the community over the years, and shared tips on how to become an active member of online communities like the one at the Project Owl server. Norm's talk also included prac…
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Judy Mionki, an international criminal and human rights lawyer, spoke to us about the use of open source evidence in international criminal tribunals, from the Nuremberg Trials in 1945 to today. She also shared her experiences as a Defence Counsel at the International Criminal Court, and spoke about the fair trial implications of open source eviden…
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During this Stage Talk, Bellingcat researcher Giancarlo Fiorella gave an overview of the history of the Bellingcat Discord server. Giancarlo spoke about how much the server has grown in 2022, what its biggest challenges were, and what he hopes 2023 has in store for the server. He was joined by server moderators Sarah and Subtle Knife, who spoke abo…
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Bellingcat Lead Investigator Hannah Bagdasar dropped by the Discord server to give us an overview of the projects that Global Authentication Project (GAP) members have contributed to this year.Launched in early 2022, the GAP is Bellingcat's formal volunteer community. It is made up of ordinary people from around the world who dedicate their free ti…
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This talk delves into the consequences of automation and Open-Source Intelligence on investigative journalism, using a political economy lens. It explores the impact of OSINT implementation in investigative newsrooms, such as changing modes of work, stress, overwork, vicarious trauma and PTSD. It also focuses on alienation, how structural imbalance…
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In this panel talk, researchers from Bellingcat (Johanna Wild, Aiganysh Aidarbekova, and Tristan Lee) and from Lightouse Reports (Justin Casimir Braun and Riccardo Coluccini) discuss their research into the spread of the QAnon conspiracy theory in Europe. The panel spoke about the role that language plays in the phenomenon's spread throughout Europ…
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Open source reporter and producer Jake Godin (@JakeGodin) spoke to us about his experiences conducting research into conflicts and high profile events around the world, and about his work at the award-winning Newsy + Bellingcat video series. This is a recording of a Discord Server Stage Talk that took place in the Bellingcat Discord server on Novem…
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Line of Actual Control (RC) dropped by the Bellingcat Discord Server to share some tips on how to get started doing open source research. RC gave practical tips for researchers on choosing topics, navigating ethical questions in research, and applying programming skills to open source tasks. RC is active on Twitter (@LOActualControl), and runs a fr…
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Brenna Smith spoke to the Bellingcat Discord server community about her career trajectory, from university student at the UC Berkeley's Human Rights Centre to open source research enthusiast, to award-winning journalist. Brenna has done freelance work for Bellingcat, and has held positions at US Today, the New York Times Visual Investigations Team,…
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Dr. Shelby Grossman dropped by the Bellingcat Discord Server to talk about ethical challenges that she has faced in her career. Dr. Grossman also answered questions from community members about navigating ethical dilemmas, and checking personal bias when conducting an investigation.Dr. Grossman is a Research Scholar at the Stanford Internet Observa…
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Tristan Lee, Aiganysh Aidarbekova, and Johanna Wild share their experience with programming as open source researchers, and share tips on how to get started down this path. Together, Tristan, Aiganysh, and Johanna make up part of the Bellingcat Tech Team, which is dedicated to creating tools for open source researchers.…
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In this recording of a Discord Stage Talk, Aram Shabanian of the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy speaks about the changing landscape in the open source monitoring of the war in Ukraine. From satellite image providers to military flight tracking, Aram's tips are invaluable for anyone looking to monitor developments in Ukraine using open s…
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This is a Discord Stage Talk that happened on the Bellingcat server on May 23, 2022.The talk included advice on how to get a job as an open source researcher from Bellingcat staff members Tristan Lee, Aric Toler, Hannah Bagdasar, and Giancarlo Fiorella. They were joined by Jake Godin, from Newsy.
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In this stage talk, Bellingcat researchers Annique Mossou and Giancarlo Fiorella talk about strategies for resilience when working with traumatic imagery. You can access many of the resources cited in this stage talk courtesy of the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma: https://dartcenter.org/ This is a Discord Stage Talk that happened in the Bell…
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Germany is not exactly some unknown country, and its far-right scenes are deeply intertwined with and inspire other European and international scenes. But for much of the English-speaking world, what goes on in Germany’s complex, complicated and sometimes contradictory far-right scenes often gets lost in translation (or not translated at all). That…
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Issues around the environment, ecology and climate change don’t necessarily underpin much of the far right’s activities around the globe these days. But is this going to be the case in the future? Bellingcat’s Michael Colborne spoke with Sam Moore and Alex Roberts, the authors of ‘The Rise of Ecofascism: Climate Change and the Far Right.’ (Polity, …
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