Our annual European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest is just around the corner. Join us in Mechelen and be part of the latest discussions in journalism. 
The European Investigative Journalism & Dataharvest Conference <>, organised by <>, is the most relevant networking event for investigative and data journalists in Europe. Join us in Mechelen, Belgium from 25 to 27 May for the most interesting edition yet!

#EIJC18 & Dataharvest offers hugely inspiring <> investigative journalism cases, ample opportunities to meet interesting colleagues and coders, and tons of training sessions to brush up your skills hands-on <>. Check out our programme <>. This is the one conference you do not want to miss! 

Register here <> if you haven’t registered yet. Only 24 days until the event!
Also don’t forget to take a look at our pre-conference activities on the 24th of May! 

- Come to the conference a day earlier and get hands-on training by some of the best data journalists. Register now for the ‘Teachers and Trainers Day <>’ sessions.  
- Coders and others interested in open data gather for the Pre-conference Hack Day <> and work on datasets of public interest. Register here <>.
- Two masterclasses <> will take place a day before the conference officially begins. Register here <> for ‘Follow the Money’ with Miranda Patrucic and ‘Be a better Health and Medicine Reporter’ with Catherine Riva and Serena Tinari. 

Lightning Talks

Do you want to talk at the conference? You can! With less than a month to go until the conference begins we are planning a set of “lightning talks”, and we need your pitches. Read all about it here <>. <> vzw
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