First aid to learn how to cover the EU

Covering the EU can seem very overwhelming for a journalism student – or a journalism teacher, for that matter. Now a new online course in 14 modules will help journalism students understand policy-making in Europe and tap on relevant data and sources. Arena for Journalism in Europe is part of the COPE consortium behind the … Read more

We are hiring! Coordinator for independent media network (part-time)

We are looking for a coordinator with a passion for independent media to join the two-person team managing the running and development of the Reference Circle, a network of 26 European independent public interest media. Reference’s goal is to develop the independent media sector in Europe and provide a space to exchange knowledge on non-editorial, … Read more

We are hiring: IT Coordinator for journalistic collaborations (part-time, 0.5 FTE)

Do you want to help international teams of journalists work together in a safe and efficient digital environment? Then come work with Arena for Journalism in Europe! We are looking for a tech support profile for the Collaborative Desk project, combining expertise in IT and secure tech environments, project development and user support. The Collaborative … Read more

Dataharvest 2024 sold out

It’s official: Dataharvest 2024 is our most popular ever! Tickets for the conference have sold out a record three months before the conference doors open on 31 May. In addition, we received a record number of pitches for sessions: over 300. The Arena Dataharvest team is astounded and delighted by how quickly tickets have sold … Read more

We are hiring: Communications manager

Arena for Journalism in Europe is looking for a senior communications manager, who can develop our communications strategy and is not afraid to produce content him/herself. We are looking for a person with broad communication experience from a similar position (NGO or social/political organisation). Who are you? You have both journalism and communication skills, and you … Read more

Registration open for IJ4EU cross-border journalism master class

Arena for Journalism in Europe is running free master classes to help journalists craft a perfect pitch for cross-border journalism grants from Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU). Today two new calls for proposals were launched, with Investigation Support Scheme providing grants of up to €50,000 for journalistic teams of any type, and the Freelancer Support … Read more

Looking back to the Vienna Climate Arena conference

In mid-November 2023, 150 climate journalists and scientists gathered in Vienna from across Europe – from Portugal, to Norway to Turkey to Armenia – to share and collaborate in investigating the climate crisis together, at our Climate Arena Conference, organised by Arena’s Climate Network. This was the second Climate Arena Conference we put on, after … Read more

Arena partners with IJ4EU to support cross-border journalism teams

Arena for Journalism is very happy to announce we are now an official partner in the Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) program, and we look forward to providing training, support and match-making for cross-border journalism teams. Now in its fifth edition, IJ4EU is a major project to support cross-border journalism in Europe with funding, and opportunities … Read more