Event - #dataharvest13 (Brussels)
Meet committed and clever journalists from all over Europe and find enriching inspiration on European investigative journalism. Dataharvest13 will take place from 3 to 4 May in Brussels.
On Thursday 2 May, the Open Knowledge Foundation's OpenSpending organises a pre-dataharvest Hack Day in Brussels, on which they will open up the EU procurement register.
During #dataharvest13 Journalismfund.eu and PEN Vlaanderen will organise a press freedom event on World Press Freedom Day Friday 3 May 2013.
Page - #dataharvest13
The Data Harvest Conference, one of the most relevant networking events for journalists who want to cover Europe, was organised for the third time in 2013, with committed and clever journalists from all over Europe sharing enriching inspiration on European investigative and data journalism. #dataharvest13 took place on 3 and 4 May in Brussels.
Non-profit organisation Hypothes.is wants to bring a new, conversational layer of digital annotation to the web. Investigative journalists are a community that can make powerful use of it.
Great people, compelling data and a bucketload of investigative inspiration: here's a look at the 2016 Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference through a selection of tweets.
BRUSSELS - The #PanamaPapers will be very much present at the 2016 Dataharvest Conference, which takes place June 3-5 in Belgium. Another eyecatcher is BuzzFeed UK's Heidi Blake, who will talk about her #TennisRacket match-fixing investigation.
Mid-March 2016, journalists from Der Spiegel, El Mundo, Médiapart, CRJI, Le Soir and others announced a new collaborative effort in journalism: the European Investigative Collaborations project. The idea came about when the members met at the Dataharvest 2015 and other networking events. We spoke with founding partner Stefan Candea.