BRUSSELS - Wondering if your idea is eligible for a grant? Looking for teammates to collaborate with? Not sure how much money you can ask for? Ask us all the questions you have concerning your application.

Steps successful application


We receive dozens of well-prepared, interesting applications each application round, so your application will only stand a chance to be allocated a working grant if it is very well prepared (and meets the eligibility criteria). This means you should start preparing your application now. 

Do consider a talk with us, especially if you are unfamiliar or inexperienced with the Journalismfund.eu working grant programme. 

European Cross-border Grant

In 2019, there will be four application rounds for the European Cross-border Grants. The first upcoming deadline, which is set for 14th January, is approaching fast. The dates for the editorial advice are as follows:

  • Tuesday 8th of January: 1:00 – 4.30 pm
  • Wednesday 9th of January: 9:00 – 11:30 am

Money Trail Grants

The next Money Trail deadline will be on the 25th of March. In 2019, there will be four deadlines in total. Find the Skype advice sessions below.

  • Tuesday 5th of February: 1:00 – 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday 6th of February: 9:00 – 11:30 am
  • Thursday 7th February: 9:00 – 11:30 am

Send us an e-mail at info [at] journalismfund.eu with a preferred date and time. Please note that we have time slots of 30 minutes and all times are Brussels time. 

Slavery of Care nominated for Belfius-persprijs


BRUSSELS - Slavery of Care, a Journalismfund.eu-supported project has been nominated for the prestigious Belfius Press Awards, in the category 'Television Press'. The investigation revealed the systemic exploitation of Bulgarian women in the care sector in Belgium. 

Inocencia asesinada


A new Belgian documentary, supported by our Pascal Decroos Fund, highlights the plight of rape victims in El Salvador. Strict abortion laws see women disappear in prison. Even those who suffer miscarriage don't get spared. 

Searching for an enemy: the secret life of Mullah Omar


AMSTERDAM - In her latest book, Dutch journalist Bette Dam tells a fascinating story of the fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar. She reveals among other things that Mullar Omar lived a short walk from a US base in Afghanistan. This book was made possible by our Pascal Decroos Fund grant programme.