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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Phillip de Wet


Phillip de Wet is an associate editor at the Mail & Guardian, where he writes on everything from alleged art theft to plans to revitalise socialism in South Africa.


Phillip Kemp


Phillip Kemp (1980) is a British journalist.


Pieter Huyberechts


Pieter Huyberechts is a Belgian journalist working for Flemish daily Het Nieuwsblad.


Piret Reiljan


Piret Reiljan is an Estionian journalist.


Prune Antoine

(c) Melania Avanzato

Prune Antoine (1981) is a french freelance journalist. She is based in Berlin since 2008, after having lived in England, Spain, Hungary, Brussels or Paris.


Ragnar Skre

Journalist Ragnar Skre has been a foreign news reporter since 2007, covering news events as well as in-depth stories for Norwegian media. He has mostly been based in Tbilisi, Georgia, and Brussels, Belgium, covering Southeast Europe and the former Soviet Union. He is educated as a social anthropologist, with a degree from University of Bergen, Norway. Apart from covering breaking news stories, his work has given a voice to people affected by Norwegian policies or activities abroad, such as justice reforms and hydropower business.

Rasmus Raun Westh

Rasmus Raun Westh is an investigative reporter with a passion for cross-border data journalism, experimental multimedia storytelling, film making as well as trying to understand and uncover how the world works. 
He has previously been based in Cairo, New York and Istanbul. He is a part-time digital reporter and editor at Dagbladet Information in Copenhagen and a co-founder of the Europe’s Hidden War project. 
Find him on Twitter at @rasmuswesth. 



Riana Raymonde Randrianarisoa is a Madagascar based freelance videojournalist with 18 years experience who focuses her work on investigative journalism since 2009. She is a founding member of the Madagascar network of investigative journalists and is currently completing a Master in economic journalism at Antananarivo-Madagascar University.


Richard Kirimba


Richard Kirimba works as a journalist for Radio Moto Oicha. He studied journalism at the local University.


Roel Nollet


Roel Nollet is an independent journalist and documentary maker with over 10 years of experience in socially engaged documentary projects. His work has been shown on CANVAS, VRT, CBC and Al Jazeera. He is the founder of the RedHorse Collective, and the creative mind behind Taxi Filippino, Nathan - Free as a Bird, Radio Cordillera, and the Journalismfund.eu-supported documentary Worthy of the Crown.