What is Dataharvest Digital all about? Well, we don’t have all the details yet – but we are ready to shed light on the overall plan! Here is a sneak preview of what you can expect if you buy a ticket for the full event: 13 weeks with sessions and discussions, usually Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday.

There will also be hands-on data training in separate tracks – more on that shortly!

TimeTrackSubjectInformation
Week of Aug 31Investigative methodTracking peopleWhere do you find information on the people you are investigating? How do you find out how they are connected to others?
Week of Sept 7Cross-borderPublic health Health has been a main focus for all this spring, and the Covid-19 response is already under scrutiny. What do we know, and how can we join forces to investigate the structural problems of Europe’s health sector?
Week of Sept 14Follow the pipelineClimate and Energy FocusClimate and Energy are among the biggest issues on the global agenda. We are looking into the energy sector - the lobbying, the big players and its impact on climate change and policies - by looking into transnational patterns across Europe (and maybe beyond).
Week of Sept 21Investigative methodTracking documents and dataUse Freedom of Information as a tool in your investigations. Learn from the specialists and hear about the experiences of dealing with reluctant authorities.
Week of Sept 28Data journalism

From rows and columns to great stories
Practical examples on how to understand and work with data in journalism. Tips on putting the tech to your best use
Week of Oct 5Investigative methodTracking things and materialsHow do you track the metal in your cell phone to the African mine where it originated? How have journalists tracked European arms to conflicts in the Middle East or North Africa?
Week of Oct 12Cross-borderKickstarting networksSome issues are being investigated and discussed in several countries – let’s join our forces! Roundtable discussions and sharing of experiences.
Week of Oct 19EntrepreneurialNew models of collaboration in journalismNew business models are developed outside of classic media, come and share experiences and insights with those who've tried. Plus some tips on fundraising.
Week of Oct 26Investigative methodTracking the big pictureConnecting the dots – how do we get the full picture and not just scratch the surface. Inspiration and tips to get to a deeper layer.
Week of Nov 2Algorithms and AI

Investigate the machines and let the machines investigateMachines and computers increasingly make decisions that affect us all. How can we investigate what they do – and how can we use it ourselves in journalism?
Week of Nov 9Follow the pipelineClimate and Energy FocusClimate and Energy are among the biggest issues on the global agenda. We are looking into the energy sector - the lobbying, the big players and its impact on climate change and policies - by looking into transnational patterns across Europe (and maybe beyond).
Week of Nov 16Digital securitySafety for you, your team and your sourcesLearn how to keep yourself and your computer safe, how to have a safe digital cooperation environment and how to keep your sources safe and confidential when needed.
Week of Nov 23Cross-borderBe happy!Many investigative journalists live and work under heavy pressure – and often one by one in separate countries. How can we make the best of our individual and common work situation?

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