World-Check, a JF-supported investigation nominated for VOJN prize

A JF-supported investigation on World-Check, has been nominated for an award by the Dutch organisation for online journalism (VOJN). 

JF-supported investigation wins 2017 Prix Philippe Chaffanjon


PARIS – A supported cross-border feature on the militarisation in the Baltics has won the prestigious multimedia journalism prize Prix Philippe Chaffanjon in Paris, France.

Dates announced for EIJC18 and EIJC19


EIJC17 & Dataharvest is just finished and it was awesome! We are thrilled to announce the dates for EIJC18 and EIJC19. EIJC 2018 will take place from 24 to 27 May. While EIJC19 will take place from 16 -19 May 2019.


A storified summary of #EIJC17 & Dataharvest


After a successful hackathon and three intense, wildly inspiring conference days, the seventh edition of the European Investigative Journalism & Dataharvest conference closed on Sunday 21 May. We sifted through the tweets and storified the #EIJC17.

Self-defence for journalists in the digital age - #EIJC17


In our hyper-connected era, struggles for power increasingly take place in the digital realm. Hence, the digital lives of journalists who try to denounce injustice have increasingly become the target of cyber attacks, organised on behalf of powerful players under scrutiny. 

Nicholas Diakopoulos' keynote at #EIJC17


Most Americans these days get their main news from Google or Facebook, two tools that rely heavily on algorithms. A study in 2015 showed that the way a search engine like Google selects and prioritises search results on political candidates can have an influence on voters’ preferences. 

An introduction to covering finance by Nick Mathiason #EIJC17

Are you afraid of looking into numbers? Do you always phone an accountant friend to help you make sense of a balance sheet? Do company accounts seem like a completely different language to you?

How to search focused and fast by Paul Myers #EIJC17

“Privacy is something that we did in the 1900,” states Paul Myers. And this is a good thing for journalists, albeit ethically problematic.

Edouard Perrin’s keynote at #EIJC17

Edouard Perrin’s landmark investigation into tax avoidance, known by most as LuxLeaks, revealed financial misconduct on a global scale, by publishing tax rulings from over three hundred multinational companies based in Luxembourg.