Data Journalism Awards Slack Discussion Sign-up Form
Every first Thursday of the month, we set up a monthly discussion on our data journalism Slack team.
We’ve already tackled topics such as holding the powerful accountable with data, environmental data journalism and working with crime and police data. These monthly chats were a real success, with participants from around the world joining the conversation.

All you have to do to take part (and catch up on previous discussions) is fill the following form to receive your invite to our Slack team. You only need to fill this form once!

If you have any questions, email Marianne Bouchart, Manager of the DJA competition at mbouchart@globaleditorsnetwork.org

More discussions will be announced soon! If you want to suggest a topic, make sure to do so in the following form.

Shortlist reveal special! A Slack discussion, live from the International Data Journalism Unconference, at #IJF18 in Perugia on 13 April 2018 11:45AM CEST
Simon Rogers, data editor at Google News Lab and director of the Data Journalism Awards, will be chatting live from the International Data Journalism Unconference that we have set up in Perugia for the International Journalism Festival. The chat will culminate with the announcement of the 2018 Data Journalism Awards Shortlist reveal (at around 1:30PM CEST). See you there!
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