PRAGUE – Two of the investigations supported by Journalismfund Europe — via Environmental Investigative Journalism grant and European Cross-Border grant — are among this year's winners of the European Press Prize, the most important journalism award in Europe.

Sara Manisera and Daniela Sala received the Investigative reporting award, for the The Price of Oil investigation.

The Border Graves investigation by Gabriele Cruciata, Danai Maragoudaki, Barbara Matejcic, Leah Pattem, Gabriela Ramírez, Daphne Tolis, Pamela Duncan, Dr. Manisha Ganguly, Eoghan Gilmartin, Ben Herbal, Ashifa Kassam, Felicity Lawrence, Rachel Oldroyd, Lorenzo Tondo, Kristiana Ludwig, and Tina Xu received the Special award for excellent journalism which defies categories and disciplines.

These stories were published in IrpiMedia, Unbias the News, The Guardian, Solomon and Süddeutsche Zeitung. 

Further details can be found on the European Press Prize website.

John Bones

The warm Norwegian everyone melted for, has passed away


TRONDHEIM / BRUSSELS - Today is a sad day. Mr. Bones, John Bones (1954-2024), the CEO of Norway's SKUP (one of Europe's oldest Foundation for a Critical and Investigative Press), is no more.

Impact: Stricter Belgian Fuel Export Standards Being Enforced After Investigation


BRUSSELS – Following the cross-border investigation by Apache, De Groene Amsterdammer (Research Collective Spit) and The Continent which was published in January this year, stricter export standards for fuel export are due to be enforced in Belgium.

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