In the Arena

We provide the space – you network: Networking opportunities offered by

Arena for Journalism in Europe facilitates networking among journalists. Read more

The EIJC & Dataharvest

Networking is an integrated element of the European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest. The conference as such is a meeting space. In 2019 we’ll strive to allow you to organise your own networking even better.

  • The Dataharvest Arena is an online meeting place using the Discourse software. Once you’re registered for the conference, you’ll get a password and can enter the discussion and use the tool to plan. For example your own networking event. The Dataharvest Arena will be open also after the conference, so you can follow up on a panel or workshop.
  • Set up your own session: Say you have covered a topic of European interest and now want to connect with colleagues to carry it further. For the 2019 edition we have reserved rooms so you can set up your own round table networking session. If you wish to do so, please get in touch.

The Digital Arena

For the time being the Digital Arena is an online meeting place and will be open to everyone who has participated in an EIJC & Dataharvest conference. In the course of 2019 we will evaluate the model and see, whether and how it can be opened to others.

The Dataharvest mailing list

The Dataharvest Mailinglist is an interactive list on a listserve, the recipients are typically  previous EIJC & Dataharvest participants. Subscribe here

The Housing mailing list

The Housing mailing list is an interactive list for mainly journalists, who work with the subject of housing in Europe. Also a number of researchers and housing organisations are active on the list. Subscribe here.

Crossborder journalism ’student edition’

Behind the scenes, we are working to develop networked journalism education. We are in touch with several European universities on the matter. If you are interested, please get in touch with Brigitte Alfter

Get in touch

If you wish to network in other ways, do get in touch, preferably by mail, to Brigitte Alfter or Trine Smistrup. We’ll do our best to answer and assist you, please bear with us, if we do not answer immediately, particularly in the busy weeks ahead of the annual conference.