On this page we’ll gather all EIJC & Dataharvest 2018 material, ranging from speakers’ tip sheets and presentations over written accounts and wrap-up articles to photos. If you wrote something, be sure to share it with us! Find tip sheets, presentations and other post-conference stuff here.
Only 20 days left until the eighth ever EIJC & Dataharvest Conference. If you haven't registered yet, you will want to do so soon. Here's why. There are over one hundred and forty-five sessions packed into two and a half days and spread over twelve wildly interesting tracks: Algorithm Accountability, CAR Training, Cross-border Journalism, Data Buffet, Data Journalism,… Continue reading Last chance to register for the EIJC and Dataharvest Conference
Are you looking for inspiration for new funding models for good journalism and for people, who actually develop them? Do you want to gain experience in pitching stories, writing applications or writing business plans? Are you eager to improve the relation between donors and journalists? Do you find it paramount to secure editorial independence with… Continue reading Entrepreneurial and non-profit journalism
At EIJC & Dataharvest 2017 we put algorithmic accountability reporting on the agenda of European journalists with a key-note presentation by the hugely inspiring Nicholas Diakopoulos (University of Maryland), followed by a workshop and a roundtable discussing pressing questions related to the topic. In 2018 we team up with the colleagues from AlgorithmWatch to look… Continue reading Algorithm Accountability track
Journalists’ duty to make sure that confidential sources are protected is as important as ever in the digital as well the real world. Whistleblowing, source protection, risk assessments, journalists’ safety, digital self-defence and criminalisation of journalists will be part of this track. Editorial group: Freja Wedenborg, Maxie Eckert, Alain Lallemand, Fredrik Laurin, Edouard Perrin,… Continue reading EIJC18 – Security and whistleblowing track