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Saturday, May 18 • 16:30 - 17:45
Housing reporters and researchers of Europe, unite!

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Let’s follow this conference by creating a European Housing Reporting Hub! There are many people doing a lot of work on housing, from journalists and academic researchers to advocates and activists. As they work within different frames, in different fields and languages and with different outcomes in mind, possibilities for all those resources and work to have greater visibiliy and impact may be missed. After discussing those issues for two days, let’s brainstorm ways about how to set up a Europoean Housing Reporting Hub to easily access information, data, visualisations, contacts and other resources about housing; and to encourage collaborations across borders and maybe also across disciplines.

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Brigitte Alfter

Director, Arena for Journalism in Europe
Brigitte Alfter ist eine deutsch-dänische Journalistin, Geschäftsführerin für Redaktionelles bei Arena for Journalism in Europe und Dozentin Journalismus an der Universität Göteborg. Nach Jahren als Journalistin auf fallen Niveaus vom Lokaljournalismus bis zur EU-Korrespondentin... Read More →
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Jose Miguel Calatayud

Freelance journalist and writer
I am a freelance journalist and writer based in Berlin, focusing on feature writing and investigative journalism, mainly about Europe. I am now working on a series of articles on how corporations act very strategically to achieve political influence in the EU. And until mid-2024... Read More →

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Megan Lucero

Director of The Bureau Local, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Hi there - I head up the Bureau Local, a people-powered network setting the news agenda and sparking change from the ground up, in the UK. We're reimagining investigative journalism by making it open, accessible and collaborative from start to finish. I also deeply care about the... Read More →
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Mollie Hanley

Community Organizer, Open Corporates
Mollie Hanley is community organiser at OpenCorporates, the worlds largest open database of companies in the world. With a background in community organising, her role is to support the journalists and investigators who use their data, to ensure they are able to make as much of a... Read More →
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Cat McShane

Documentary Filmmaker and Journalist
Documentary filmmaker and journalist, making work for British broadcasters including the BBC and Channel 4. Enjoy creating alliances with e.g activists, social scientists, trade unions when developing stories, which ideally have a campaign or social impact element. Recently directed... Read More →
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Sabrina Ebitsch

Projects Editor, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Sabrina Ebitsch manages data, storytelling and crowdsourcing projects at Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich. Previously she worked in the online newsroom and as a freelancer for Die Zeit, SZ and others. Did her PhD in literature and went to journalism school in Munich.
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Sergio Nasarre-Aznar

Civil law Professor, UNESCO Housing Chair - University Rovira i Virgili
Sergio Nasarre-Aznar (Tarragona, 1974) is Full Professor of Civil Law and Director of the UNESCO Housing Chair at the University Rovira i Virgili (Spain). He is European Doctor in Law and holds an M.Phil. in Land Economy of the University of Cambridge. Since 2008 he is a Corresponding... Read More →
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Christian Endt

Redakteur, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Redakteur bei der Süddeutschen Zeitung in München, Schwerpunkt Datenjournalismus und Infografik. Zuvor Studium der Mathematik und Physik in Augsburg, freier Journalist, Volontariat bei der SZ. Mag Radfahren, Literatur und laute Musik.
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João França

Freelance Journalist
Freelance journalist based in Barcelona. Until January 2017, editor for the non-profit Fundació Periodisme Plural, which publishes four media outlets devoted to the promotion of social justice. Specialised in social movements and housing. Author of two books: 'Habitar la trinxera... Read More →
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Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou

Journalist, The Manifold
Journalist from Greece and a member of The Manifold, a team of investigative journalists based in Athens, Nicosia and London whose work has been featured in Al Jazeera English, Deutsche Welle and the Columbia Journalism Review, among others. Co-creator of The Manifold Files, a digital... Read More →
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Marina Demertzian

journalist, ERT
Journalist at ERT (Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation- Greek Public TV). During the last 3 years I' ve been co-producing a 60 Minutes investigative documentary programme (ERT Report), dealing with social issues, such as the impact of short term rentals in Athens and Crete, harm reduction... Read More →
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Simon Wörpel

data journalist, Correctiv
Simon works as data journalist and newsroom developer at CORRECTIV, an investigative not for profit newsroom. he is specialized in data wrangling and documents processing and works on tools that empower computer assisted investigative reporting like the https://cumex-files.com & https://grand-theft-europe.com... Read More →
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Alice Facchini

Freelance journalist
I am a freelance journalist based in Bologna, Italy, since September 2018. I write features for web magazines Internazionale, Osservatorio Diritti and Q Code Magazine, covering social and environmental issues and human rights violations.Between 2016 and 2017 I lived in South America... Read More →
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Justus von Daniels

Chefredakteur, CORRECTIV – Recherchen für die Gesellschaft
Justus von Daniels ist seit 2019 Chefredakteur von CORRECTIV. Neben investigativen Recherchen zu den geheimen Kanälen des Lobbyismus oder illegalen Parteispenden, entwickelt er die Idee der Bürgerrecherche weiter. Mit dem Projekt „Wem gehört Hamburg“ startete 2017 ein Rechercheprojekt, an dem mehrere tausend BürgerInnen teilnahmen. Gemeinsam mit vielen Medienpartnern und Bürger:innen brachte CORRECTIV so Licht in den intransparenten Immobilienmarkt in mehrere Städte. 2018 bis 2019 baute er das Netzwerk für kollaborativen... Read More →

Saturday May 18, 2019 16:30 - 17:45 BST