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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Nadia Al Shiyyab

 

Nadia Al Shiyyab works as a researcher for the MENA Research and Data Desk Project at Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ). She is a fact-checker for the ARIJIAN’s Investigations and Information Security Researcher with Europe for business (www.e4business.eu) for the European project SCADALAB.

 

Nancy Porsia

 
Nancy Porsia, who contributed research, is an award-winning freelance journalist and acknowledged expert on Libya. Her reporting has been cited by the UN Panel of Experts on Libya.
 
 

Napon Abdoul Razac

 

Napon Abdoul Razac is an investigative journalist from Burkina Faso specialised in economic and political issues. He works for the Burkinabé magazine Les Mutations.

 

Nicholas Ibekwe

 

Nicholas Ibekwe is the Deputy Head of Investigations at Nigeria's foremost online newspaper, Premium Times, and a multi-award-winning journalist.  He has worked as a stringer for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Voice of America (VOA) and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) of the United States and other international publications. He is a Chevening alumnus in the United Kingdom and a 2016 fellow of the World Press Institute. 

 

Nicola Cutcher

 

Nicola Cutcher is a freelance journalist working in broadcast and print media. Nicola has worked as a researcher and assistant producer for Panorama, Newsnight, This World and other BBC documentaries. She has been published by the Guardian, New Statesman, and OpenDemocracy. Nicola also undertakes research for television dramas and theatre productions and is a founding member of Dumbshow Theatre.

 

Nicolas Kayser-Bril

 

Nicolas Kayser-Bril is a French journalist based in Berlin. He is a data journalist and co-founder and CEO of Journalism++.

 

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.