The European Investigative Journalism Conference

Meet organisations that promote, protect and support journalism in Europe!

The Journalism Fair is a new initiative at Dataharvest. On Saturday afternoon, the cafeteria turns into a information fair where you can learn about and get inspired by some of the organisations that in different ways helps us nd our profession move forward. The organisations are

So what should you talk to the different organisations about? Here are their answers:

International Press Institute:

“Visit us to discuss how you could get a grant of up to €50,000 for your next cross-border project from the Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) programme, plus other support offered by the world’s oldest press freedom organisation.”

Reporters without Borders/The Journalism Trust Initiative (RSF/JTI):

“Reporters Without Borders welcomes you to discover the Journalism Trust Initiative and discuss how compliance with professional standards can bring tangible benefits to newsrooms of all types and sizes. You will also have an opportunity to try the and start a real look in the mirror: how transparent is your media outlet vis-à-vis the communities you serve? When was the last time you checked or updated your editorial processes? Is your staff, including external contributors, well trained and aware of the standards that your brand rests on? How can your compliance with ethical standards become an asset with your commercial partners and other stakeholders?”

The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF):

“Would you like to learn about the Media Freedom Rapid Response programme and how you can apply for practical and legal support for journalists? Are you interested in cross-border reporting and would like to find out more about IJ4EU and award opportunities to fund your investigations? Visit the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) stand at the Journalism Fair where you will be able to talk to Andreas Lamm, Deputy Managing Director, and Neus Vidal, Media Freedom Monitoring Officer.”

Whistleblowers International Network (WIN):

“Visit us to discuss HOW whistle-blowers can cut through the noise and provide journalists the information they need and WHY journalists need to understand the terrain whistle-blowers must navigate before they even consider going public, and what they could lose if they do.”

The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA):

“Visit us to talk about the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) that groups about 80 journalism centres, schools and universities from about 30 countries across Europe. Find out how our members work together to improve journalism education in Europe, collaborating on exchanges, teaching and research projects, and meeting regularly to share ideas and information. We’re sure you’ll discover the added value for your journalism institute to become part of EJTA.”

The European Data Journalism Network (EDJNet):

“Visit us to hear about our latest investigations, the resources we have developed for data journalists, and to discuss opportunities of collaboration. The European Data Journalism Network (EDJNet) is a collaborative network of independent media organisations and data newsrooms which produces and promotes data-driven coverage of European topics in several languages since 2017.”

Welcome to the first Journalism Fair!