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Introduction to data in journalism

9 April 2019: This one-day course organised by London Freelance Branch will cover topics including: understanding data and risk; assessing data quality; surveys; data sources such as government and open data; freedom of information; combining and manipulating data; and graphing.

Dr Brexit: LFB meeting, March 2019

21 February 2019: Alison Stanley, partner and head of the Bindmans immigration asylum & nationality team, will be speaking about Brexit and answering queries from freelance members.

NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting,

16 January 2019: NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting.

NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting, April 2019

16 January 2019: NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting.

NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting, January 2019

16 January 2019: NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting.

NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting, October 2019

16 January 2019: NUJ London Freelance new members’ meeting.

London Freelance Branch AGM

10 January 2019: The London Freelance Branch meeting on Monday 14 January 2019 is our Annual General Meeting at which LFB elects its committee for the next year. We encourage all full members of the branch to consider standing for the Committee.

London Freelance Branch Christmas Drinks

30 November 2018: NUJ LFB requests the pleasure of your company for Christmas drinks on Monday 10 December.

Artificial Intelligence for Journalists: tools to help trigger new story ideas

22 October 2018: London Freelance Branch will discuss AI and its tools can help journalists, rather than putting us all out of job with a range of expert speakers.

Inside Investigative Journalism: how can it pay the bills for a freelance?

16 October 2018: Russian spies? The Windrush scandal? Cambridge Analytica?Investigative journalism lives!LFB Freelance Salon with investigative journalists Meirion Jones and Paul Lashmar, now deputy head of Journalism at City University.

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