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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Assia Rabinowitz

 

Assia Rabinowitz is a French journalist.

 

Astrid Viciano

 

Astrid Viciano is a German journalist and MD who works as a staff reporter at the weekend science section of Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich, focusing on investigative cross-border projects regarding medical, scientific and social topics.

 

Atanas Tchobanov

 

Atanas Tchobanov is co-founder of the Bulgarian investigative website Bivol.bg, exposing the State-Mafia nexus in Bulgaria. Bivol publications triggered most of the major corruption scandals in Bulgaria in the last 6 years.

 

Aurelio Sambo

 

Aurelio Sambo was born and grew up in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, where he now works as a freelance journalist. His career has included working with NGOs in Mozambique as well as working on investigations into topics such as illegal logging and environmental damage.

 

Babett Oroszi

 

Babett Oroszi is a Hungarian journalist living in Budapest.

 

Balázs Tóth

 
Balázs Tóth

Balázs Tóth PhD (1979) is a lawyer and journalist, who after graduating at a Law School in Hungary worked for the Ministry of Education. Since November 2004 he has been active in the NGO sphere as a lawyer, blogger and journalist. Currently he works for the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, the atlatszo.hu and also as a private attorney.

 

Beata Biel

 
©Beata Biel

Beata Biel is an award winning Polish journalist and documentary filmaker.

 

Berber Verpoest

 

Berber Verpoest (1983) is a freelance (video) journalist. He writes and shoots projects on a variety of topics such as the economy, human rights, energy and development for Apache.be, De Standaard, MO* and Vranckx, among others. In 2010 he won the VVOJ's De Loep award for upcoming investigative journalists.

 

Blaž Zgaga

 
Blaž Zgaga, Slovenia, is a freelance investigative journalist and an expert in arms trafficking, national security and defense. In 2000, after he revealed US DIA clandestine operation in the Balkans, he was prosecuted for – and later cleared of – charges of revealing military secrets. Zgaga co-initiated the petition against censorship which was signed by 571 Slovene journalists in 2007. 
 

Braulio García Jaén

 
Braulio García Jaén

Braulio García Jaén is a Spanish journalist.