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. 

Our contents

South-East Europe is burning: how temperatures have risen for the last 117 years

Marzia Bona | 24/9/2018

The effects and risks of climate change are felt in the Balkans too, but dealing with the issue is often "left behind". EDJNet analysed the increase of temperatures in the cities of South East Europe since 1900

Greece exits bailout, but no quick recovery ahead

Eric MauriceDamiano Bacci | 23/8/2018

On 20 August, Greece exited the three-year EU bailout plan it accepted when it was on the verge of bankruptcy and close to be pushed out of the eurozone. While it marks the end of eight years of financial crisis and austerity, the exit from international aid doesn't mean a quick recovery

When Europeans seek asylum

Lorenzo Ferrari | 6/9/2018

Every year, almost 100,000 Europeans seek asylum in EU countries, and the number of applications continues to grow. Yet this is a phenomenon which remains at the margins of the debate on asylum – and that on EU enlargement

Romania is consuming less earthly resources than the world’s average

Gian Paolo Accardo | 8/8/2018

In all of EU countries Earth Overshoot Day – the date when all of the inhabitants have used more from nature than our planet can renew in the entire year – falls before 1 August, except for Romania.