2020-04-08

The European Press Prize has published all shortlisted projects for 2020. You can find all the nominated works now on its website to read and explore.  

The European Press Prize is awarded in four different categories: The Distinguished Reporting, The Innovation, The Investigative Reporting, The Opinion. Each award is for 10,000 euros, to be spent wherever possible on a personal project that may, in turn, enrich the practice of journalism. The judges are also empowered to award a special prize for particular excellence. 

Every year, the European Press Prize salutes and encourages the highest achievements in European journalism at the annual Award Ceremony; a festival of dialogue, collaboration and storytelling.

With yearly awards, the European Press Prize aims to be the brand for quality journalism in Europe. By rewarding, facilitating and educating journalists, the European Press Prize highlights the importance of quality media and supports journalists in their endeavour to contribute to independent and critical journalism.

Find more information about the nominees here and in general about the European Press Prize here

Journalismfund.eu is hiring

Journalismfund.eu is hiring a Project Coordinator

2021-09-06

BRUSSELS - Journalismfund.eu is hiring a Project Coordinator for its Earth Investigations Programme.

Flanders supports science journalism

2021-09-06

BRUSSELS - Journalismfund.eu vzw again offers grants for scientific journalism research. The Vice-Minister-President of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister of Science Policy, Hilde Crevits, provides additional support.

Journalismfund.eu continues its Local pilot project

2021-09-13

BRUSSELS - Teams of Belgian and Dutch journalists can again apply for grants for local investigative journalism at Journalismfund.eu vzw. After a successful pilot project last year, Flemish Minister of Media Dalle is making 75,000 euros available for this purpose.