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Pitch your ideas for Dataharvest 2020!

We are preparing next year's conference - and we would like to hear, what you need! Who would you like to hear, what do you need to learn? Would you like to share your expertise with the Dataharvest community? Who from your country or working on your beat would be a great keynote speaker? Send us your ideas by filling out this form!
European mailing list launched for housing reporters
Dataharvest - the European Investigative Journalism Conference - focused on the issue of housing this year, which has resulted in a pan-European mailing list where reporters from all parts of the continent share data, facts and inspiration. At the time of writing, the latest 3 posts were from Albania (on discrimination in the housing market), Finland (mapping and visualizing of rent prices) and Spain (on the connection between AirBnB and rising prices on housing). Do you want to join the Arena Housing Mailing List? - sign up here!

Fun days last May! Did you see the pictures from the 2019 conference? Did you recognize yourself in Pieter Fannes' drawings? Find them here - and send us your pictures, if you would like them added to the galleries!
You will also find handouts and presentations from speakers at the conference website.

We listen to your feedback!
Don't think that it is wasted time to fill out the feedback forms. We read them carefully, enjoy the praise and discuss how to act on your critical points. Can we improve the program, the networking or the lunch? Read more here and stay tuned!
20 crossborder grantees come to Dataharvest & EIJC
Up to 20 journalists can get a grant to learn how to work with cross-border methods, including a 4-day workshop in Germany and participation in the Dataharvest & EIJC Conference in May 2020. German Toepfer Stiftung is behind the initiative in cooperation with Arena for Journalism in Europe. The program is aimed at local and regional journalists, who want to work in collaborations over national and international borders, og both freelancers and staff members can apply. Read more
Early bird tickets to Dataharvest - the European Investigative Journalism Conferencen 2020 from November 20. Buy and save!

ICIJ interview: Journalists reconquer the Power of Publication

Arena director Brigitte Alfter has written a book with a step-by-step guide to crossborder journalism. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) interviewed her about her experiences.  Brigitte says:

"What unites us is one experience: The power of publication. Previously we had this on a national level. We could bring topics to the political agenda in the local or national realm. Today, we need to reach out far beyond that. In recent years we have started to see the full power of cross-border journalism. Global tax avoidance and fraud, for example, have been brought to the global political agenda through cross-border journalism projects.

Read the full interview

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