The EIJC (European Investigative Journalism Conference) & Dataharvest, organised by Journalismfund.eu, is the most relevant networking event for investigative and data journalists in Europe. EIJC19 & Dataharvest will take place on Thursday 16, Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday morning 19 May 2019. Like the last years, place to be is the charming city of Mechelen, 20 minutes outside of Brussels and very easily accessible!
The Data journalism Teachers & Trainers’ day at EIJC & Dataharvest embraces offers for those working with mid-career training as well as those teaching journalism students. Meet some of the most experienced data journalism trainers and lecturers from Europe and the US to learn from and network with. This year the day will both address… Continue reading Teachers & Trainers’ Day #EIJC18
On May 24 2018, journalists and coders will gather for the pre-conference Hack Day – this year focused on public tenders. Come join us, if you want to contribute and bring home your own data sets! Join us in a special 2018 EIJC Hack Day: all tender edition! Public spending is the way our governments… Continue reading Hack day #EIJC18
The European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest is a place for people to meet, exchange skills and ideas and, ideally, collaborate on stories. And that approach works: several stories, projects and networks in Europe have come to life at one of the previous editions of the EIJC & Dataharvest and we hope there are many… Continue reading Hatched at EIJC
“The European Investigative Journalism and Dataharvest Conference has been an inspiring experience for me: getting exposed to so many examples of top-level journalism and networking with outstanding colleagues has had a lasting impact on how I see and do journalism.”
“The European Investigative Journalism Conference brings together the most ambitious investigative journalists on the continent. That way it enables research training and networking at the highest level. The conference is an ideal place for innovation in journalism and highlights new models for funding and organising journalism.”