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Jan Crab

Photographer Jan Crab graduated in 2004 as photographer from NaRaFi in Brussels and perfected his skills at FAMU in Prague in 2005, where he specialised in documentary photography.

Jan De Deken

Jan De Deken (° 1985) is a freelance journalist and photographer. Since 2010 he has written reports in more than thirty countries.

Jan Zappner

Jan Zappner, born in 1973, is a Berlin based freelance photographer, working for newspapers / magazines and corporate clients.

Janine Meijer

Janine Meijer (°1974) is a Dutch freelance journalist. 

Janneke Juffermans

Janneke Juffermans is a freelance journalist. She writes about Africa, foreign policy, human rights and development cooperation for various media, such as Vrij Nederland, Trouw and the VPRO. She is currently working on research into the relationship between African countries and the International Criminal Court.

Jannie Schipper

Jannie Schipper is an independent Dutch journalist and journalism trainer who has lived and worked in the Middle East for fourteen years.

Jasmijn Post

Jasmijn Post is a Dutch journalist living in Brussels. She works for the local news outlet BRUZZ, where she covers, among other things, Molenbeek politics. 

Jasmin Klofta

Jasmin Klofta is a German investigative journalist.

Jean Baptiste Kavunga

Jean Baptiste Kavunga studied ICT in Kinshasa. He cofounded CRDH, an organisation that reports violations of human rights and assists victims in their search for justice.

Jean-Marc Manach

Jean-Marc Manach is a French investigative journalist working on surveillance, privacy and intelligence issues (among other things) since the late 90s.

Jean-Yves Tistaert

Jean-Yves Tistaert is a consultant and press collaborator (Belgium).

Jeanne Boden

Over the past 20 years Jeanne Boden has studied and conducted research in China, and she has worked in China in several functions: lecturing, training, guiding, coaching and project management.

Jelmer Mommers

Jelmer Mommers (1987) is a freelance journalist, researcher and editor. He works as an (investigative) journalist for De Groene Amsterdammer and De Correspondent, and as a web editor for De Groene Amsterdammer, literary magazine De Gids, and De Onderzoeksredactie. Mommers studied communication and journalism in Groningen. 

Jennifer Baker

Jennifer Baker is a European (Irish) journalist based in Brussels specialising in EU policy and legislation in the technology sector.

Jens Finnäs

Jens Finnäs is a Swedish journalist.

Jim Huylebroek

Jim Huylebroek (*1989) is a freelance photographer from Antwerp, Belgium, based out of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Jimmy Hendrickx

Jimmy Hendrickx (°1979, Antwerp) is a Belgian documentary filmmaker. 

Joanie de Rijke

Joanie de Rijke is a freelance journalist who works for various publications including P-Magazine and Revu. She focuses on Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Job Van Nieuwenhove

Job Van Nieuwenhove is a Belgian freelance journalist, editor and documentary maker.

Johanna Vandamme

Johanna Vandamme (1983) studied journalism in Kortrijk and Liège, did an internship at production company deMensen and graduated with a thesis on separatism in the Belgian press. She was editor-in-chief of the magazine Flanders Network, graphic designer of the Belgian photography magazine SNOR and studied camera technique in Manhattan.

Johanna Vehkoo

Johanna Vehkoo is a Finnish journalist at Long Play. 

Johannes De Bruycker

Johannes De Bruycker is freelance documentary photographer, video maker and founder of The Caravan's Journal.

 

 

John Grobler

John Grobler is a veteran investigative reporter based in Windhoek, Namibia, from where he has written for South Africa’s Mail & Guardian as well as The New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde Diplomatique, and others.

John Vandaele

John Vandaele is journalist with the Belgian magazine Mo*, and author of several books on globalisation.

John-Allan Namu

John-Allan Namu is an investigative journalist and the CEO of Africa Uncensored, an investigative and in-depth journalism production house in Nairobi, Kenya. 

Jonas D'Hollander

Jonas D'Hollander (27) is a young reporter who started his career at 'het nieuws' (Vtm). As a freelancer he has worked for Ter Zake (Vrt), continuing his first political documentary for the digital broadcaster 'Acht' (Concentra). For this project he received funding from 'Fonds Pascal Decroos' for investigative journalism.

Jörg Zipprick

Jörg Zipprick, born in 1965 in Cologne, Germany, has worked as a journalist and author since 1991.

Josa Maria-Schlegel

Josa Maria-Schlegel is a German journalist at ARD.

Jozef Devillé

Jozef Devillé, says he has chosen his studies as a documentary maker, because the film school was closest to his home. He studied Audiovisual Arts (documentary) at the RITCS in Brussels. His greatest production to date is undoubtedly The Sound of Belgium, a film that evolved from a search for the origin of a local music genre to an exploration of the true soul of the Belgians. Looking beyond the globe, his fascination with projects and movements is awakened, which are often dismissed as "utopian". As an independent documentary maker, he travels around the world to further understand these movements and their ideas and then share his discoveries with the spectators.

Jules van Hal

Jules van Hal (1987) studied Slavic studies at the University of Amsterdam. He worked as a contributing editor for the journalistic start-up Yournalism.