The European Investigative Journalism Conference

Wood pellets from forest to furnace: Forests and environment pay the price

Looking for inspiring investigations related to climate? Maybe you have heard that wood pellets are an environment-friendly and CO2-neutral source of clean or green energy? Ah, well. Join us at Dataharvest 2021 for Fridays for Climate program to hear about Money to Burn, a cross-border investigation into biomass from journalists Hazel Sheffield, Piret Reiljan and Ties … Read more

Dataharvest Pop-Up: Meet the people behind “Cities for Rent”

Are rents constantly rising in your city? Has it been increasingly difficult to find adequate and affordable place? Has home ownership become only wishful thinking? High demand for flats across European cities has made housing a very attractive investment. While many people can’t find an affordable flat to live in, reports of a huge increase … Read more

Fridays for Climate!

We are adding a new element to Dataharvest! We are happy to announce that this year we will be featuring lots of sessions with great investigations on climate, hands-on climate-data and OSINT training. The sessions will take place on Fridays during the main three-week program of Dataharvest, May 18-June 4. Climate change is the story … Read more

OSINT – Investigative methods 2.0

  Are you interested in exploring ‘investigative journalism 2.0’? Join us for a Dataharvest session with investigative journalist Ben Heubl on May 19 (11-12:30 CET) to learn about basic and advanced techniques and tools for gathering and analysing open sources intelligence. Register for the conference Register for the session: Open source intelligence skills for investigative … Read more

Pop-Up: Going undercover to prove backlash against women’s and LGBTQ rights

Doctors on four continents, supported by US Christian right activists, are providing women with “dangerous” and unproven treatments that claim to ‘reverse’ medical abortions. This was proven in late March by reporters from OpenDemocracy. How did they research such a personal and delicate matter? And how big is this problem in Europe? Find out in … Read more

Oh, the places our clothes go

INSTANT INSPIRATION is a new concept at Dataharvest 2021 – an investigation that you can use for inspiration or just plainly copy in your own country. First, we follow the journeys that our clothes make – both the used clothes donated to charity and the clothes bought online and then returned to the vendors. Finnish … Read more

The Dataharvest 2021 program is out!

The program for Dataharvest 2021 has just been published! The 2021 conference will be an online event again – and we will meet for 3 weeks of conference and data skills training, followed by a number of masterclasses during the autumn months. The conference weeks have overall themes: 1) Investigative methods, 2) Data journalism and … Read more

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