Early career researchers are invited to join this next edition of the EJIP (meeting of young researchers in palaeontology) in Spain. This meeting has traditionally been held in various locations on the Iberian Peninsula; last year it was held in Lourinhã, Portugal but now it returns to Spain, to Igea in La Rioja. Igea is known for its valuable palaeontological heritage, which includes outstanding dinosaur track sites, considered among the best in Europe. In addition, the Centro de Interpretación Paleontológico de La Rioja, the main venue of the meeting, houses some of the most important fossils from the region such as Mesozoic reptiles, remains of fish and many other organisms from the past. Talks may be delivered in English, Spanish or Portuguese, but slides must be in English; posters can be presented in English or Spanish. Online participants will be able to follow the presentations electronically via broadcast using the Discord platform and virtual presentations are welcomed. A special volume of the Spanish Journal of Palaeontology is planned for after the meeting.