On Friday 24 March 2017, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom, supported by the Council of Europe, will hold the conference “Promoting dialogue between the ECtHR and the media freedom community” in Strasbourg.
The German association of investigative journalists Netzwerk Recherche has its annual conference on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July 2016 in Hamburg.
The ECPMF's second European Media Freedom Conference will take place on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 October 2016 in Leipzig.
The Publications Office of the European Union is organising a conference on access to and reuse of EU legal information. The event takes place in Brussels on Monday 21 March 2016.
Event - VVOJ Conference 2015 (The Hague)
This year's edition of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists VVOJ's annual conference will take place on 20 and 21 November in The Hague.
On 8th and 9th October, Europe’s top journalists, academics, media companies and politicians meet in Leipzig, Germany, at the European Media Freedom Conference 2015. The event is the first of its kind for the newly-established European Centre for Press and Media Freedom.
BRUSSELS – “Like the lone wolf that cries in isolation.” Marina Walker Guevara used a powerful image to describe investigative journalists in her keynote speech at the Dataharvest/EIJC 2015. Still, ICIJ deputy director Walker came to the conclusion that collaboration is necessary. Not only because of the type of stories involved, but because working together provides protection and, in the end, more impact.
A personal account of Attila Bátorfy’s presentation on corruption in Hungary at the Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference 2015 in Brussels – by Ann Goossens.
BRUSSELS – Marina Walker Guevara is deputy director at ICIJ and has been since 2008. She was a keynote speaker at the Dataharvest/EIJC 2015, where she talked about why cross-border journalism matters and discussed some of ICIJ high-impact cross-border projects. Journalismfund.eu spoke with her for a Q&A.
BRUSSELS – From the 8th until the 10th of May, the European capital of Brussels was transformed into an international meeting point for data coders and journalists, investigative or otherwise. The reason: the Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference 2015.