Grants 

European Cross-border Grants

With the European Cross-Border Grants, Journalismfund.eu supports professional journalists who have good ideas for cross-border investigation and for research on European affairs. The stories must be relevant for European target groups.

Money Trail Grants

Money Trail offers working grants for African, Asian and European journalists to investigate cross-border illicit financial flows, tax abuse and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.

Pascal Decroos Fund

The Pascal Decroos Fund awards grants to distinctive journalistic projects. The grant gives experienced as well as young journalists the chance to execute their investigative ideas and by doing so, contribute to quality investigative journalism in Flanders.

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News

Journalismfund.eu’s New Digital Security Etiquette

2019-08-22

How we are putting the journalist’s digital safety first

BRUSSELS - As new technologies have taken root in national and transnational journalism globally, cyberattacks and digital threats have become two of the most pressing risks for journalists. How are we as a journalistic organisation minimising those risks for the people we work with?

Nick Mathiason

Six ways a mentor can directly benefit your research and story

2019-08-14

BRUSSELS - Teams of journalists working on a grant-supported story can get assistance from an experienced mentor. Here’s why that is a good thing.

We're hiring a Project Coordinator

2019-08-05

BRUSSELS - We are looking for a Project Coordinator to join our small but growing team in Brussels. Journalismfund.eu is the first independent non-profit organisation, established in 1998, with the purpose of stimulating in-depth cross-border journalism in Europe. 

Upcoming Events

11Sep
Debate

Eighteen years ago the Twin Towers collapsed and the global war on terror started in Afghanistan. Journalist Bette Dam worked and lived in Afghanistan. In March, she gained international recognition when her book In Search of the Enemy, the story about a terrorist who wanted to be a friend came out.

26Sep
29Sep
Conference

The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference is scheduled for this September 26-29 in Hamburg, Germany, at two state-of-the-art venues: the Spiegel Publishing House and the HafenCity University Hamburg. 

Hamburg
26Oct
Conference

Data-SKUP is a big annual data journalism Conference in Norway. It's organised by SKUP, the Norwegian Foundation for investigative reporting, a GIJN member organisation. 

Oslo