12 June 2023

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UNCOVERED Conference 2023

We are excited to announce that the latest instalment of the IJ4EU UNCOVERED Conference will take place this year from 12-13 October 2023! For two days, Europe’s finest investigative journalists will descend on Brussels, Belgium, alongside funders, policymakers, and civil society members, to network, participate in discussions, and join interactive workshops. We’ll keep you updated with all the latest details in the coming weeks, but for now, here’s what you need to know:



This year, UNCOVERED is moving to Brussels. You’ll find us at the home of the Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. Full address: Rue Montoyer 47, 1000, Brussels, Belgium.



12 and 13 October, 2023. Registration for the conference will open on 15 August 2023. We’ll publish a full schedule and agenda shortly so keep your eyes peeled.



UNCOVERED is the annual conference of the Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) programme. It’s an opportunity to showcase the best investigative journalism Europe has to offer and to discuss the challenges faced by those working to shine a light on cross-border crime and corruption. The conference is organised by ECPMF, together with the International Press Institute (IPI) and European Journalism Centre (EJC), and funded by the European Commission.


Keep an eye on the UNCOVERED website and ECPMF’s Twitter account for all the latest updates. You can also get up-to-date conference news and registration information straight to your inbox by subscribing to the UNCOVERED Newsletter.


We look forward to seeing you in Brussels! In the meantime, don’t forget to save the date!

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