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Saturday, June 3 • 17:00 - 18:15
Labour roundtable: Let’s talk about work!

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What are the most important aspects of covering work in Europe these days? What are the most pressuring topics, and what are the most vulnerable groups and sectors? Are there any trends we should look into? In which sectors are exploitation most widespread? In this roundtable, the participants will be able to share an overview of the labour topics they have researched and get in touch with other journalists in the field. The round table will be opened by Jose Miguel Calatayud (along with Adriana Homolova and Brigitte Alfter), who will introduce the key findings of an Arena stocktaking report on how we cover (or do not cover) labour and how the labour reporting is organised (or neglected) in newsrooms across the continent.  Bring your story ideas and let’s develop the research on the labour market together!

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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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Adriana Homolová

ARENA / Follow The Money, Netherlands / Slovakia
Adriana is a freelance data journalist, trainer and public spending nerd. She coordinates the data skills training track on the Dataharvest conference and investigates the European Union for Follow The Money Bureau Brussel.
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Matea Grgurinović

Journalist, Faktograf.hr/Freelance
I am a Zagreb-based journalist writing mostly about social issues with a strong interest in Southeast Europe, China, and the post-Soviet space and a growing interest in data journalism. I cover topics such as poverty, inequlity, labour/workers' rights, trauma and climate change.
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Ana Tudela

Project leader / Cofounder, DATADISTA
Financial and investigative journalist with more than twenty years of experience working for national newspapers as El Economista, Público and El Español and former content editor in chief for the spanish edition of Forbes. I pivoted my professional life since 2016 founding my own... Read More →
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Alina Lippegaus

Legal Advisor, Faire Mobilität
Fair MobilityAims to support mobile workers from Central and Eastern EU Member States in enforcing their rights to fair wages and working conditions on the German labour market.Means are advisory services and support for mobile employees in their native languages. Production and... Read More →

Saturday June 3, 2023 17:00 - 18:15 CEST