Registration for Dataharvest 2020 is open!
Buy your ticket early and save! We just opened the ticket sales, and until February 15, you can buy your ticket for the 2020 Dataharvest - European Investigative Journalism Conference for €190.
In 2020 we will celebrate the 10th Dataharvest and oh, how far we have come! Come, join the networking and get the ideas and the raw material for your next investigation!
Your ideas can be conference sessions!
Which investigations have been noteworthy in your country? Which new methods have you heard of? Who would you like to hear as a keynote speaker? Send us your ideas, using this form, and make your mark on the program!
Focus: Follow the pipeline
The 2020 focus topic will be climate and energy – and how to investigate the field. The topic is ‘hot’, not least because by late 2020, all signatory countries to the Kyoto treaty will have to agree on the plan for 2021 and onwards.

At the conference we’ll bring together journalists who cover fraud in emission certificates, journalists who cover the lobbying around energy policies, providers of relevant data collections, journalists who have followed energy subsidies and the connected political struggles, lobby efforts and all.
The ”Follow the pipeline” track on climate and energy will focus on the investigative, in-depth, cross-border and data aspects of reporting this field. Please send ideas from your part of Europe in our direction.
How to ask your editor
You want to go to the Dataharvest Conference, but don't know how to ask your editor for support? We have made a small guide to help you. Good luck, we hope to see you!

Housing mailing list shows its potential
In May, the 2019 conference focused on the housing crisis in Europe, and a mailing list was started. It is now showing its potential with more than 130 members, mostly journalists, sharing tips, data and stories. Read more.
Follow Dataharvest on Facebook
Get news of the 2020 conference by following the Dataharvest event page!  And join the network in the Dataharvest Facebook group, where former conference participants and other investigative journalists get together. The group is not just about the conference, but sharing of ideas and new investigations, some job openings in investigative journalism and not least helping each other out.
EIJC & Dataharvest is arranged by Arena for Journalism in Europe.

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