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News - Jury member goes public!
BRUSSELS - For the second time, after The Guardian's David Leigh in 2011, a member of the Journalismfund.eu jury is replaced and goes public: investigative and data journalist and European Journalist of the Year 2006, Nils Mulvad.
News - Interview with Nils Mulvad
BRUSSELS - After four years, from the very start of the working grants project in 2009 until 2013, Nils Mulvad's time has come to leave the Journalismfund.eu jury. Time for an interview about the observations he made during his time as a jury member.
Working grant - Gaza's Gas: The EU's Burned Millions
The Gaza Strip suffers daily power cuts of eight hours or more; the region's only power plant produces far too little electricity to meet the people's needs. How did things get this far, after massive international aid has been invested in the region that was supposed to help the Gazans?
News - Call for applications open
BRUSSELS - Do you have an idea for a European story? Do you have an idea for a story that goes across borders? Then maybe Journalismfund.eu can help you with a research grant.
Page - Jury
The jury consists of four experienced personalities knowledgeable in the field of journalism and media. The membership is rotating, and once a member steps out of the jury, her or his name is made known.
BRUSSELS - The beginning of the year 2012 saw a new round of research grant applications. In total, sixteen applications were sent in, slightly up from thirteen in September 2011. Of those sixteen, five were awarded a grant.
BRUSSELS - The 5th round of distributing research grants to journalists in Europe has turned out to be hard work.
BRUSSELS - 37 journalists from 19 countries sent applications in the January 2012 round of applications at Journalismfund.eu. The 16 applications in sum need €160,423 for their research, an average of €10,000 per project.
News - Four new teams got support
BRUSSELS – Today the jury of Journalismfund.eu decided to grant working grants in the value of € 15.000 to four teams who plan to work on cross-border stories.
Working grant - In the Name of the State
LJUBLJANA - From 1991 until 1995, the Yugoslav Wars wreaked havoc on the Balkans. War crimes of all sorts and flavours struck the region with such fierceness and frequency that by the end of the 20th century Yugoslavia had been torn apart. One of the crimes committed was the illegal trade of arms by government officials of the countries involved, acts with which they infringed the UN arms embargo.