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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Filip Huygens

 

Filip Huygens is a Belgian journalist and cameraman. In his work he looks for stories or people that approach a complex reality from an original perspective.

 

Frédéric Loore

 

Frédéric Loore is a freelance journalist and regular contributor to Paris Match. He specialises in investigations and long-form narratives. His articles have been published in the Belgian and foreign press. An important part of his work is dedicated to human trafficking and others kinds of trafficking.

 

Frederik Buyckx

 
Frederik Buyckx (1984) is a Belgian photographer.
 
For his series “Jesus, Make-Up and Football” he documented the daily life in the favelas in Rio de Janeiro. The work won several awards, including a World Press Photo Award in 2013, and was published in a book by Lannoo (Belgium). In 2017 Frederik was named 'Photographer of the Year' at the Sony World Photography Awards. His Work has been published in National Geographic Magazine (NL), The New York Times Newspaper/Style Magazine (USA), The Sunday Times Magazine(UK), CNN Photo Blog (USA) and De Standaard (BE) among others.
 
 

Fredy Gareis

 

Fredy Gareis is a German journalist.

 

Freja C. Eriksen

 

Freja C. Eriksen is a Danish freelance journalist. She has previously worked as sub-editor at Mediehuset DenOffentlige and co-founded an independent global podcast. She receives her master’s degree in Journalism, Media and Globalisation from Aarhus University and Hamburg University in January 2017.

 

George Turner

 

George Turner is an investigative journalist and investigations director of Finance Uncovered (@finuncovered), a network of journalists dedicated to increasing the quality and quantity journalism on the global financial system in over 50 countries. Turner is based in London.

 

Gerald Bareebe

 
Gerald Bareebe works as a political reporter for The Daily Monitor, Uganda's largest independent daily.
He is an award winning Ugandan journalist. The World Bank listed him in the world’s top 10 for human rights activists. He is specialised in investigative journalism. One of his articles led to a military officer being sentenced to prison for 14 years.
 
 

Giampaolo Musumeci

 

Giampaolo Musumeci is a freelance journalist and filmmaker reporting on African issues, immigration and war zones. He co-authored "Confessioni di un trafficante di uomini" (Chiarelettere, 2014), about migrant smuggling and human trafficking, with Andrea Di Nicola. It was translated into six languages.

 

Gianluca De Martino

 

Gianluca De Martino is a freelance journalist with over ten years of journalistic experience on organised crime, specifically the Napolitan Camorra. He is a member of Dataninja.it.

 

Gil Skorwid

 

Gil Skorwid is a freelance journalist and media researcher. He works for educational and cultural institutions in Lithuania and takes part in various international research and community arts projects. His interests lie in the fields of international relations, social movements, and media policies.