From My Point of View

The second episode in the series, 'From My Point of View', rather thanlooking at professional investigative journalists, profiles three'investigators-in-the-making' investigating issues ranging from weaponsupply routes in Syria's 'YouTube conflict, urban land grabbing inpost-conflict Beirut and how DIY aerial mapping can expose and challengepower relations in Jerusalem.

First published on July 10, 2015

Last updated on July 30, 2020

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