2014-11-26

BRUSSELS – We are happy to announce an extra application deadline early 2015. Investigative journalists from across Europe who are planning a transnational collaborative story are invited to apply for a working grant.

This previously unplanned application deadline has been set for Monday 26 January at 11.59 pm Brussels time. Journalists with good ideas for a cross-border investigative journalism story can submit an application until then. There is € 25,000 to distribute. Make sure your application is eligible for a Journalismfund.eu working grant.

Journalismfund.eu supported stories

Journalismfund.eu has (co-)funded several big European investigative journalism projects in the past years, such as The Migrants Files, a major cross-border data journalism project about migrants who died trying to reach Europe, and The Belarus Network, about the kleptocracy in Lukashenko's Belarus. You can find all the published projects we have supported here.

Modern Slavery Unveiled In-person training in Manila

2022-11-28

MANILA - Journalismfund.eu’s in-person Modern Slavery Unveiled training took place in Manila from the 21 to 25 November, 2022. Journalism for Nation Building Foundation (JNBF) and Rappler were the local organisers of the 5-day training for Southeast Asian journalists and civil society organisations on modern slavery reportage.

Cross-border investigations in Europe : how to secure information sharing and communications

2022-11-25

BRUSSELS - Journalismfund.eu hosted a panel at the 1st edition of the European Journalism Symposium in Brussels on 24 November 2022.