The second journalist who worked on this collaborative project wishes to stay anonymous but is known to the Journalismfund.eu team.
Antonio Villarreal is a Spanish freelance journalist based in Madrid.
Arkasha Keysers is a Belgian journalist and an occasionally photographer.
Arminda Zandamela (1983) is a Mozambican HIV expert. She studied Sociology at the Eduardo Modlane University in Maputo.
Arnaud De Decker completed his studies in Journalism at the Erasmushogeschool Brussel in 2017, and is currently a Political Science student at the VUB.
Arne Gillis is a Belgian journalist and photographer and covers Africa for the Belgian magazine MO*.
Arnold van Bruggen is a documentary filmmaker and journalist at the Prospektor agency in Amsterdam, which he founded with Eefje Blankevoort.
Arthur Debruyne is Belgian independent journalist based in Mexico City.
Assia Rabinowitz is a French journalist.
Astrid Viciano is a German journalist and MD who works as a staff reporter at the weekend science section of Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich.
Atanas Tchobanov is co-founder of the Bulgarian investigative website Bivol.bg, exposing the State-Mafia nexus in Bulgaria.
Ate Hoekstra (1981) is a Dutch journalist who is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Aurelio Sambo was born and grew up in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, where he now works as a freelance journalist.
Ayfer Erkul (1969) worked for 20 years for the newspaper De Morgen in Belgium.
Babett Oroszi is a Hungarian journalist living in Budapest.
Balázs Tóth PhD (1979) works for the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, atlatszo.hu and also as a private attorney.
Beata Biel is an award winning Polish journalist and documentary filmaker.
Belia Heilbron (1986) is a freelance journalist en researcher from the Netherlands.
Berber Verpoest (1983) is a Belgian freelance (video) journalist from Belgium.
Bernd Fink is a world traveller and photographer from Belgium. He focuses on imaging less well-known destinations, subcultures and urban arts.
The Dutch journalist Bette Dam lived in Afghanistan for four years, where she worked as a correspondent for NRC Handelsblad and Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
Bieke Depoorter (°1986) completed her Master in Photography at the Kask in Gent (Belgium) in 2009.
Bilal Benyaich (°1982) is a political scientist living from Belgium. He previously wrote the book Europe, Israel and the Palestinians (ASP).
Björn Soenens (1968) is America watcher for Flanders' public service broadcaster and heads its foreign affairs division. He is Belgian and currently based in New York.
Boaventura Monjane is a Mozambican journalist. He has a degree in journalism (Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo).
Borut Mekina is a research Journalist with the famous Slovenian political weekly Mladina.
Bram Conjaerts is a Belgian film producer and director
Braulio García Jaén is a Spanish journalist and author living in Paris.
Brecht Castel is a Belgian freelance journalist and works for the Belgian magazines Knack and De Standaard.