Using data-journalism to talk about Europe and European affairs

A network of several media outlets cooperating in showing, analysing and explaining the impact of European policies on the institutions, norms and citizens of EU member states and beyond. We intend to do it through news contents, analyses and multimedia materials, published under a Creative Commons license.

This is what the European Data Journalism Network is about. A network of European media, coordinated by OBCT and VoxEurop, there to tell accurate and plural stories about Europe. 

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WOMEN Croatia: fighting femicides

Jelena Prtorić | 7/12/2023

The Croatian government has announced its intention to recognise feminicide as a distinct type of crime. An important novelty - but a much broader social change is needed, warn those fighting for women's rights

RENEWABLES Ukraine’s green transition to freedom

Marilen Martin | 17/10/2023

The green transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Ukraine, however, not only has to decarbonize, but must do so amidst a war. Despite it, the country is already rebuilding and discussions about greening the economy are vivid

A long way to go: the Western Balkans and the green transition

Marilen Martin | 15/6/2023

To eventually access the European Union, the Western Balkans have to align their legislation with EU law. This includes the Green Deal, which commits countries to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. However, there’s still quite a long way to go for the Western Balkans in their progress towards the green transition

VIOLENCE Femicides: the undeclared war on women in Europe

Janine LouloudiNikos MorfoniosKostas ZafeiropoulosThanasis Troboukis | 12/7/2023

An unprecedented cross-border investigation, conducted by EDJNet with the participation of 19 newsrooms across Europe, attempts to shed light on femicides and rising violence against women at the time of the pandemic, as well as on the staggering shortage of up-to-date data on these phenomena