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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Nikolia Apostolou

 

Nikolia Apostolou is a journalist currently based in Athens, Greece. For the past five years, she has been writing and doing video based out of Greece for The Associated Press, AJ+, The New York Times, USAToday, Deutsche Welle, Al-Jazeera Magazine, The Economist, Newsweek, The Christian Science Monitor, Global Post, and others.

 

Nirit Peled

 

Nirit Peled is a journalist at VPRO. 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'. 

 

Olaf Meuwese

 

Olaf Meuwese is a Data Scientist. Together with twenty-one journalists from eleven European countries, he investigated the European security sector. The result was a big scale journalismfund supported project dubbed 'Security for Sale'. 

 

Olayinka Oyegbile

 
Olayinka Oyegbile is a deputy editor at The Nation.
He is an award-winning journalist who has won many international fellowships among which are the prestigious Knight Fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He is also a 2003 winner of the World Health Organization (WHO) fellowship in Public Health and the Steve Biko (2001) Scholars’ Award of the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism, Johannesburg, South Africa.  He has a first degree in Mass Communications and a Masters in Theatre Arts and is presently pursuing a PhD in Communication Studies.
Oyegbile has reported extensively on the evils of tobacco consumption in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
 
 

Olga Tokariuk-Shelest

 

Olga Tokariuk-Shelest is a TV journalist and presenter based in Kyiv. She works at Hromadske, and collaborates with various Italian media such as ANSA news agency, RaiNews TV, Mediaset group TV, Rai Radio3Rai Radio1, Limes magazine, as well as Croatian newspaper Jutarnji List, Swiss RTS radio, Australian ABC Radio.

 

Orr Hirschauge

 
Orr Hirschauge, an Israeli tech journalist. Formerly of The Wall Street Journal and The Marker. 
 
 

Pascal Niyonsaba

 

Pascal Niyonsaba (1969) studied History and Demography at the National University of Rwanda and the Kigali Independent University, and Economic and Development Journalism at the Académie des Journalistes Economiques d'Afrique Central in Cameroon. From 1997 until 2008 he worked for Rwandan TV as a reporter, after which he moved to Imvaho Newspaper and La Nouvelle Relève. Pascal now works as a freelancer, writing for, among others, Capeco Africa.

 

Patrick Mayoyo

 

Patrick Mayoyo is the founder and Editorial Director of www.dailyreporter.co.ke. He primarily writes about financial issues and the environment. He received several international awards for his work, including the European Commission's Lorenzo Natali Media Award (2015) and the CNN African Journalist Award (2014).

 

Paulius Ramanauskas

 

Paulius Ramanauskas is a Lithuanian journalist specialised in covering criminal activities. He is currently working for one of the biggest Lithuanian news sites, 15min.lt.

 

Paulo Nuno Vicente

 

Paulo Nuno Vicente is a non-fiction multimedia storyteller. As a journalist he has reported from several countries in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Europe.