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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Leonard Wallentin

 

Leonard Wallentin is a journalist at Journalism ++. 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'. 

 

Lina Vdovîi

 

Lina Vdovîi is a Moldovan-born journalist with experience in investigative journalism, narrative journalism and new media. She started working as a reporter for Opinia Studenteasca in Iasi, Romania in 2008. Before moving to Bucharest, she participated in the project CNN iReport University and received a European journalism scholarship from Freedom House Romania.

 

Lisa Bjurwald

 

Lisa Bjurwald is a Swedish journalist and author.

 

Loes Verhaeghe

 

Loes Verhaeghe is a PhD student at the Department of Sociology at Ghent University and is passionate about global relationships. She has previously published in Belgian online press.

 

Lorenzo Bagnoli

 

Lorenzo Bagnoli is an Italian journalist.

 

Lorenzo Bagnoli

 

Lorenzo Bagnoli is a journalist at Investigative reporting project Italy. 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'. 

 

Lorenzo Bodrero

 

Lorenzo Bodrero (1979) is an Italian journalist who currently works as a freelancer for media such as L’Espresso, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Vice News, Il Corriere della Sera, Narcomafie, Valori, Wired, OCCRP and 100Reporters.

 

Lorenzo Bodrero

 

Lorenzo Bodrero is a journalist at Investigative reporting project Italy. 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'. 

 

Lorenzo Di Pietro

 
Lorenzo Di Pietro

Rome-based investigative journalist with a data-driven approach. He covers corruption, fraud, migration, human and civil rights. He has worked with l'Espresso, la Repubblica, il Fatto Quotidiano, il Corriere della Sera, RAI TV, NBC, NRK, Die Zeit, Daily Mail. With OCCRP he received the Tom Renner for The Khadija Project. He won the Google DNI with IRPI, of which he is a member. His photo-reportage on migrants crossing the Sahara heading to Europe received the High Patronage of the UNHCR.

 

Luca Putteman

 

Luca Putteman worked as a communication expert for the United Nations in Morocco and Jordan, and for the EU, the Belgian Development Agency and USAID in Benin. She made video reports for Belgian television and online international press, mainly focusing on migration.