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The sun has set on Dataharvest 2023, but it shined brightly over four vibrant days of learning, sharing and collaboration in Mechelen. Thank you to everyone who made it happen! The networks continue!
Winning the European Press Prize Innovation Award in 2022, the cross-border project Cities for Rent reached a high after a three year journey. What had started with an intense housing track at Dataharvest 2019 and an open-access housing network had become an award-winning cross-border investigation. And a big one: 18 newsrooms, 25 journalists in 16…
Building a labour network can be some work, but also a lot of fun. We’re back for more – together with all of you! It’s more needed than ever, because there is a lot of hard work out there in the worst conditions. Last year, we met with many of you at the Labour Roundtable,…
At this year’s Dataharvest we have a safety & security track with a wide range of sessions and 1-1 consultations.
With so much happening at Dataharvest this year, here’s a quick guide to help you make the most out of it.
Only one week from now, the Dataharvest conference 2023 will kick off with the Hackday ‘One Union, Diverse Realities: Mapping Work and Wage Inequalities across Europe’ and three master classes. Come to the hackday as part of this year’s labour theme to dive into an abundance of data. We will analyse and combine data from…
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