European Cross-border Grants programme reopens for applications

2021-02-16

BRUSSELS - Today Journalismfund.eu reopens its European Cross-border grant programme to support independent cross-border investigative journalism. With this programme Journalismfund.eu aims to further contribute to the development of a vital European public sphere by enabling investigations into issues of common interest to European citizens.

Modern Slavery Unveiled

Journalismfund.eu launches new grant programme: Modern Slavery Unveiled

2021-02-04

Today Journalismfund.eu launches ‘Modern Slavery Unveiled’, a project to provide critical resources and know-how to journalists to investigate exploitation of Asian victims of human trafficking and forced labour in Europe.

Pilot project for science journalism

2021-02-03

BRUSSELS - Journalismfund.eu vzw has launched a pilot grant programme for journalism about science and its impact on society. The Vice-Minister-President of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister of Science Policy, Hilde Crevits, provides €46,000 in support.

How to find a teammate

2021-02-03

If you're planning on applying for one of our cross-border grant programmes it is very likely that you will need a teammate from a different country or continent. 

Additional application round for Money Trail Grants

2020-11-12

Teams of journalists can still apply until 14 December for a grant to investigate cross-border illicit financial flows and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.

The European Press Prize is open for entries

2020-10-29

The 2021 edition of the European Press Prize is open for entries from October 1 until December 11, 2020.

Prestigious award for Bette Dam

2020-09-30

AMSTERDAM - Dutch journalist Bette Dam wins 'De Loep', the most important award for investigative journalism in the Netherlands and Flanders, with her book 'In search of the enemy'. This book was realised with the support of Journalismfund.eu.

Project results from Journalismfund.eu's Flemish innovation incubator

2020-09-22

In the Summer of 2018 the Flemish Journalism Fund was launched, to support diversity and innovation in journalism in Flanders. The Fund was a project of Journalismfund.eu, in partnership with the Flemish Association of Journalists and the Flemish government.

€147.000 for local journalism

2020-09-15

BRUSSELS - On 2 June 2020, the Flemish Government took a final decision on the amount of emergency funds to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes support to Journalismfund.eu, via the Fonds Pascal Decroos project, for local projects of freelance journalists who can rely on few other support measures.