Data journalism is like punk music, anyone can do it. You need very little to get started, but it’s important to make the right choices in the right order.

There many great tutorials online for data-journalists. But especially for beginners, a printed book might be the best way to build initial skills. Here are six recommendations, for starters and practitioners alike.

Mark Brayne, Director of Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma Europe, and psychotherapist, spoke to NetNovinar about professional reporting on trauma and about ways for journalists to protect themselves in such situations.

As people increasingly socialise on the internet, no journalist can discount virtual communities as a source.Written by Selma Milovanovic

Branislav Grković, participant in the “Investigative Reporting Program: Stories on the Theme of Organized Crime,” discovered that laws in Serbia do not treat possession of child pornography as a crime.