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Keynote speaker Joris Luyendijk: bringing journalism to a new era

He’s been called “one of the most visionary journalists of our era” by the Guardian. Dutch journalist and anthropologist Joris Luyendijk uses his genuine and deep curiosity to fearlessly pursue the questions everybody else is thinking about. ‘How could the bankers continue as if nothing had happened after the financial crash in 2008?’ or ‘How… Continue reading Keynote speaker Joris Luyendijk: bringing journalism to a new era

“Via cartoons kun je thema’s visualiseren die anders moeilijk in beeld te brengen zijn”

Pieter Fannes had al sinds zijn kindertijd een speciale voorliefde voor tekenen. Hoewel hij een masterdiploma in Geschiedenis haalde aan de Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, begon hij een carrière als cartoonist. Momenteel werkt hij als een freelance illustrator en schrijft hij tussendoor aan zijn doctoraat rond creativiteit in het onderwijs. Pieter Fannes bezocht onze European Investigative… Continue reading “Via cartoons kun je thema’s visualiseren die anders moeilijk in beeld te brengen zijn”

“Through cartoons, you can visualise subjects that are otherwise difficult to cover”

Ever since he was a child, Belgian cartoonist Pieter Fannes had a special fondness for drawing. Although he obtained a master’s degree in History at the University of Leuven, he started a career as a cartoonist. He is currently working as a freelance illustrator and is at the same time writing a doctorate about creativity… Continue reading “Through cartoons, you can visualise subjects that are otherwise difficult to cover”

Entrepreneurial and non-profit journalism

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

Algorithm Accountability track

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