Affordable dorms for students, corporate landlords driving up rental costs and bullying tenants, freezing at christmas due to exploding energy prizes. Or indeed mapping, which cities have a growing young population, and which cities have ageing populations. These are just a few stories producded by the European Cities Investigative Journalism Accelerator, a collaboration of European media.
The mailing list for the European Network of Independent Journalism Organisations was set up after expression of interest during the Dataharvest Digital 2020 conference to launch a European network of independent journalism organisations. The list was jointly set up by Arena for Journalism in Europe and Netzwerk Recherche.
We are looking to add a part-time finance assistant to the team. Arena for Journalism in Europe is growing fast, and we work on many different projects. Therefore, we are looking for someone to support the managing director and help maintain and develop structures for the financial aspects of the organisation. Continue reading “We are hiring: Finance assistant (part-time)”
Join us for a learning lunch on Wednesday, February 8, from 13:00 -14:15 CET. Click here to join.
60 per cent of Europe’s surface water (lakes, rivers etc.) are not in a good chemical or ecological status, and more than a quarter of the ground water is in the same state – and industrial agriculture remains one of the main pressures on our water bodies. These numbers are probably even underestimated, due to insufficient data and the current testing practices.
Three new faces join the Arena Climate Network, lots of new activities in the pipeline!
We are revitalising our Climate Network to offer investigative and data journalists across Europe a hub for collaboration, discussion and learning from each other. Among our many new activities will be a conference series, combined with training, a mentorship program, and guidance for the setting up of local networks. Continue reading “Arena’s Climate Network moves up a gear”
Get wiser and find new stories in our network series on investigating food and water issues in Europe! Free participation.
In the Arena Food & Water Network we come together to discuss how to investigate issues around food and water in Europe. Together with experts from journalism, academia, civil society and economy we look at data sources, reasearch and journalistic projects that can inspire further investigations and cross-border collaborations. Continue reading “Join the Food & Water network meetings”
60 per cent of Europe’s surface water (lakes, rivers etc.) are not in a good chemical or ecological status, and more than a quarter of the ground water is in the same state, with agriculture remaining one of the main pressures on our water bodies. These numbers are probably underestimated, due to insufficient data and the current testing practices.
A new Dutch language handbook on investigative journalism methods includes a chapter on crossborder collaborative journalism by Arena editorial director Brigitte Alfter and data journalist Adriana Homolova and a contribution by Dataharvest project coordinator Ruben Brugnera.