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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Sergejs Pavlovs

 

Sergejs Pavlovs is Latvian freelance journalist, specialised in financial affairs, who works mostly for online services of Latvian public brodcaster LSM.

 

Shucken Tan

 

Shuchen Tan 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'. 

 

Sigute Limontaite

 

Sigute Limontaite is a Lithuanian foreign reporter based in London. She covers current affairs, specialising in Lithuanian immigrants in the UK.

 

Simon Basile

 
Interactive journalist at The Times and Sunday Times, co-founder of
Airwars, lecturer at City University London.
 
 
 

Simon Kamm

 

Simon Kamm is an experienced journalist and published author, now working freelance between Lisbon, London and Berlin. He began his journalism career at the Portuguese News Agency LUSA (International & Africa desk), in Lisbon, where he spent eight years variously covering real-time news from Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Sofia da Palma Rodrigues

 

Sofia da Palma Rodrigues is a freelance journalist and has worked as a print reporter from Guinea-Bissau, Morocco, Brasil and several countries in Europe in the last eight years.

 

Sorin Semeniuc

 

Sorin Semeniuc is an award winning journalist and member of the Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism.

 

Sorina Vasilescu

 

Sorina Vasilescu (Sorina Vazelina) is a graphic designer, illustrator and cartoonist born and schooled in Romania. She has worked in two visual communication studios: Synopsis Media and It's Everyday. Her work has been published by Hardcomics, Kus Komics, Centrala UK and Novo Doba Belgrade.

 

Staffan Dahllöf

 
Freelance reporter, Copenhagen (Denmark)

Staffan Dahllöf (1955) is a freelance reporter based in Copenhagen. Dahllöf is a member of the Farmsubsidy team. In 1993 he was co-editor and co-author of "Journalisternas EG-handbok", a guide in Swedish on EC/EU reporting. Since 1994 he has been engaged in courses on EU reporting arranged by The Swedish Institute for Further Education of Journalists (FOJO) and by the European Journalist Center (EJC) in Maastricht.

 

Stanimir Vaglenov

 

Stanimir Ivanonv Vaglenov has been working as a journalist for 25 years. His first publication was released a week after the fall of the Berlin wall.