Local journalists - unite for impact!!

Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities around the world. Paying for a home in a European city is getting increasingly difficult, whether you are an owner or a tenant. This is a local issue – but also an international issue, when the same investment companies buy up housing in different countries, and low income and middle-class families across Europe are no longer able to afford living in the cities.

This is a good example of how a local issue has much bigger implications than you may see on the local level. And to get the whole picture, you need to collaborate with others and maybe with media with other perspectives and competencies than your own.

This year, the EIJC & Dataharvest focuses on local journalism and how we can gain bigger impact and put issues on the national and international agenda by collaborating. José Miguel Calatayud has organized more than 10 sessions that take local journalism and collaboration under scrutiny. Read more.
Let others get to know you!
The conference program is on Sched - and here you can create a profile to introduce yourself to other participants. You can also plan your own program - and register for the sessions with a limited number of seats! Go to Sched for EIJC19
The dark side of health and care
If you think “health and care” is only about doing good, think again. We focus on this sector – not least with several sessions inspired by and about The Implant Files. This was a global investigation made by the ICIJ, showing how lax procedures are for approval of medical devices, how evidence about problems with devices was hidden, and how the medical device industry lobby doctors and hospitals. The ICIJ and its partners filed more than 1,500 public records requests and collected more than 8 million device-related health records worldwide.

In other "health and care" related sessions you will learn how to be a better health and care reporter, or what happens when Bulgarian women are taken to Belgium to care for the elderly.
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Manhunt with Paul Myers
How do you find that hidden phone number? Who is really behind that campaign? And which changes to search possibilities happened with the latest Facebook update? At the EIJC & Dataharvest Conference, Paul Myers, the BBC research specialist, gives two sessions on how to find the information you need.
Digital safety café
Do you have questions on digital safety? Do you wonder about the best ways to handle secure communications in your team? Or is that PGP key giving you problems? Bring your Saturday lunch to the digital safety café and get advice from the experts.
EIJC & Dataharvest is arranged by Arena for Journalism in Europe.

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