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EIJC & Dataharvest is an annual, four-day conference, organised by Journalismfund.eu, which brings together journalism heavyweights, data specialists and coding whiz-kids to exchange skills and story ideas. EIJC18 & Dataharvest will take place on Thursday 24, Friday 25, Saturday 26 and Sunday morning 27 May 2018. Like last year, place to be is the charming city of Mechelen, 20 minutes outside of Brussels and very easily accessible! Address is Zandpoortvest 60, 2800 Mechelen at Thomas More University College - Campus De Vest. 

The conference hashtag is #EIJC18. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook  for the latest news and updates.
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Journalismfund.eu vzw is an independent non-profit organisation under Belgian law that aims to promote quality in-depth and cross-border journalism by giving working grants to journalists, by providing networking opportunities and by organising training sessions.
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Gabriela Manuli

GIJN
Deputy Director
Budapest, Hungary
Gabriela Manuli is GIJN Deputy Director. A native of Argentina, she has been a journalist for more than ten years, working for radio and TV shows, magazines, and newspapers. From 2005 to 2009 she was a member of the investigative reporting team of Perfil Newspaper in Argentina and covered issues such as migration, human rights, and discrimination in Latin America. She also worked as IJNet’s Spanish Editor and Community Manager. As a freelance reporter she has written for several publications, including La Nación (Argentina), El Mundo (Spain) and Orsai magazine.
She earned an M.A. in Public Policy with distinctions (Media, Information and Communications Policy Specialization) at the Central European University in Budapest, and graduated with first-class honors in Social Communication Science at the University of Buenos Aires. Her academic research encompasses issues of access to information, freedom of expression, social media, and citizen journalism. Her M.A. thesis explored how politicians use social media to communicate public policies.
In 2008 she spent two months in the United States as a member of the World Press Institute Fellowship, a program for journalists from different parts of the world. Bilingual in English and Spanish, she has extensive international experience in Latin America, Europe, and the United States. She is currently based in Budapest, Hungary.