The European Investigative Journalism and Dataharvest Conference organised by Journalismfund.eu, is the most relevant networking event for investigative and data journalists in Europe. Dataharvest EIJC17 will take place on Friday 19, Saturday 20 and Sunday morning 21 May 2017, with a pre-conference Hack Day on Thursday 18 May.
Saturday, May 20 • 10:45 - 11:45
Editorial coordination across borders - which tools are necessary?

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Cross-border journalism is spreading. Communication within the team is crucial, tools are plentiful… so which solution to go for? Does technology determine how we collaborate in a team? Do we have a centralised structure or decentralised? Which team members need to know what and when? How do we want to collaborate, and which tech solution supports our particular structure? At this panel you can meet tech- and team members of large networks such as ICIJ, OCCRP, EIC but also of newly started or ad-hoc networks such as Investigate-Europe and Migrants Files.

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Paul-Olivier Dehaye

personal data / wobbing / Cambridge Analytica / algorithmic accountability / data economy /mathematics / helping journalists

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Stefan Candea

co-founder and coordinator, EIC.network
Stefan Candea is a freelance journalist and co-founder in 2001 of the Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism (CRJI), an investigative non-profit registered in Bucharest, Romania. He started Sponge , an open and collaborative media innovation Lab for Eastern Europe. The Lab... Read More →
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Cécile S. Gallego

Data journalist and researcher, ICIJ
Cécile Schilis-Gallego is a data journalist and researcher for ICIJ. She graduated in 2014 from Columbia Journalism School (US) and Sciences Po Journalism School (France) with a master's degree in investigative reporting. She is a 2014-2015 Brown Institute Magic Grantee, working on a investigative data project aiming at making financial statements of public companies more transparent and more accessible to journalists. She previously contributed to the French webzine Slate.fr... Read More →
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Benedikt Hebeisen

Benedikt Hebeisen is a freelance developer & trainer for web and data solutions with focus on security and privacy.
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Friedrich Lindenberg

Tech Coordinator, OCCRP
Friedrich Lindenberg is a coder and data journalist working on web technology for new narrative and investigative techniques. He was an 2014 ICFJ Knight International Journalism Fellow with Code for Africa, and a 2013 Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Fellow at Spiegel Online. Previously, he... Read More →

Saturday May 20, 2017 10:45 - 11:45
Auditorium 2 Thomas More journalism school at the Campus De Ham, Raghenoplein 21, 2800 Mechelen & Campus De Vest, Zandpoortvest 60, 2800 Mechelen, BELGIUM

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