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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Tevye Markson

Freelance journalist with an interest in social and environmental issues, international politics and global underground music cultures. Has written for publications such as The Quietus, Camden New Journal and LSE's South Asia blog.

Thembi Mutch


Thembi Mutch is a journalist who has been working in East and Sub-Saharan Africa since 1991, for the BBC (TV and radio) and other outlets including Al Jazeera and Canal plus. She has won the Prince Rainier Award for Environmental journalism for the Channel 4 programme "World Without Water" (2006) and was nominated for the Grierson documentary award in the same year.


Tibor Rácz

Tibor Rácz is a Hungarian investigative journalist. For the last 5 years he used to work for the economic and political weekly HVG, where he specialised in articles on corruption. For the time being he works as a freelancer, and also acts as the Hungarian correspondent of TAZ - Die Tageszeitung in Germany.

Tom Bowker


Tom Bowker is a freelance journalist based in Maputo, Mozambique, and co-founder and editor of Zitamar News, an English-language online news source for Mozambique. Since moving to Mozambique in 2014 after a seven-year career in business journalism in London, he has reported on Mozambique for Bloomberg, Associated Press, The Africa Report, The Financial Mail, This Is Africa, and others.


Tom Cochez


Tom Cochez is a Belgian journalist.


Tom Wills


Tom Wills is Data Journalism Editor at The Times of London. He leads a small unit of investigative data journalists, who use computational techniques to find stories hidden in data.


Vitalie Calugareanu


Vitalie Calugareanu is a Moldovian journalist.


Vlad Odobescu


Vlad Odobescu is a freelance feature writer, a member of the Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism, and a correspondent for Associated Reporters Abroad, a media network based in Berlin, Germany.


William de Bruijn


William de Bruijn 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'.