The European Investigative Journalism Conference

Slides and links from speakers

Here you can find presentations and links from the speakers at the EIJC 2019. The speakers are listed alphabetically by first name. Presentations from the Local & Housing track can also be found listed by session.

Anne-Lise Bouyer: CrowdNewsroom

Christian Endt: Projekt #MeineMiete

Daniel Simons: Getting access to environmental information

Eiliv Frich Flydal: Bankruptcies, repeaters and losses

Emily O’Reilly – EU Ombudsmand

European Commission – Promoting protection of the right to housing – Homelessness prevention in the context of evictions

Eva Jung: Money Laundering at Danske Bank

Hristio Boytchev: Tracking ethnic diversity in the newsroom

Ine Renson: The biggest-ever citizen-science study into air quality

Julien Vinzent: Marsactu – Crumbling housing property in Marseille

Julien Vincent – Marsactu, Business model & audience engagement

Justus von Daniels: Correctiv Local

Karrie Kehoe: Data cleaning with Pandas

Kira Schacht – Data Journalism. A Local Revolution

Lorenz Matzat: Open Schufa

Marcus Lindemann: What you and I keep doing wrong when searching the web

Mariana Bruschi – Data Journalism. A Local Revolution

Megan Lucero: The Bureau Local – presentation

Megan Lucero: The Bureau Local – a user’s guide

Mollie Hanley: Using OpenCorporates to Investigate Companies

Mollie Hanley: OpenCorporates Tipsheet

Nataša Pirc Musar: FOI – a strong enough tool for journalists?

Nils Mulvad: Start with

Rob Gebeloff: How to turn everything into a database

Ricardo Lafuente: Taskforce

Sabrina Ebitsch: Süddeutsche Zeitung engagement with audience 

Sergio Nasarre – Collaborative housing & blockchain

Sergio Nasarre & al. – Legal perspective of challenges of the Spanish rental market

Sergio Nasarre – Legal perspective of the subprime crisis & resulting reforms in Spain

Staffan Dahllöf – FOI presentation

Staffan Dahllöf – European Council

Thomas Perroteau – Data Journalism. A Local Revolution

Winny de Jong: Python for journalists

Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou: Mass evictions – Athens government offers golden visa incentive