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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Jannie Schipper

Jannie Schipper is an independent Dutch journalist and journalism trainer who has lived and worked in the Middle East for fourteen years. In her stories and investigations, Jannie focuses on human rights issues and the impact of global developments on people's personal lives. Her stories are published in Dutch and international newspapers, magazines and radio.

Jasmin Klofta


Jasmin Klofta is an investigative journalist working for ARD Panorama and the NDR Ressort Investigation (research cooperation with the Süddeutsche Zeitung). She focuses on politics, surveillance and digital business.


Jean Baptiste Kavunga


Jean Baptiste Kavunga studied ICT in Kinshasa. He cofounded CRDH, an organisation that reports violations of human rights and assists victims in their search for justice.


Jean-Marc Manach


Jean-Marc Manach is a French journalist.


Jean-Yves Tistaert


Jean-Yves Tistaert worked in the Brussels region as a social inspector specialised in issues of foreign labor linked to immigration from non EU countries for over ten years. Now he shares his experience as a consultant and press collaborator.


Jennifer Baker

Jennifer Baker, Brussels-based EU policy journalist, specialised in digital, security and tech issues. Digital rights expert. 

Jens Finnäs


Jens Finnäs is a Swedish journalist.


Johanna Vehkoo


Johanna Vehkoo is a journalist at Long Play. Together with twenty-one other journalists from eleven European countries, he investigated the European security sector. The result was a big scale journalismfund supported project dubbed 'Security for Sale'. 


John Grobler


John Grobler is a Namibia-based investigative reporter who has been reporting on the interface between natural resource exploitation and organized crime in Africa for past 25 years. He is a past winner of several international media awards, including a CNN award for business reporting and is an Alfred Friendly Fellowship alumni.


John-Allan Namu


John-Allan Namu is an investigative journalist and the CEO of Africa Uncensored, an investigative and in-depth journalism production house in Nairobi, Kenya. Africa Uncensored’s ambition is to be the premier source of unique, important and incisive journalism. Prior to co-founding Africa Uncensored, he was the special projects editor at the Kenya Television Network, heading a team of the country’s best television investigative journalists.