Fresh mapping of non-profit Investigative Journalism in Europe

2012-03-25

HAMBURG - For all the progress investigative journalism in Europe has made in the past decade, the amount of academic research on the topic has remained discomfortingly small. One of the first to turn the tide is Florentine Guia Baggi, who explored the matter and documented it in her thesis.

Special award to Journalism.eu project

2011-11-03

BELGRADE - During the Southeast Europe Media Forum in Belgrade a team supported by Journalismfund.eu received a special investigative journalism diploma.

Latvian brides story quoted across Europe (and beyond)

2011-02-07

RIGA - Two journalists, one story - but how to achieve impact? In the story about the Latvian Brides, cooperation of journalists from two countries led to research so important that the story was quoted in various European countries.

Investigative journalism award to Adrian Mogoş

2010-07-13

TRIESTE - Romanian journalist Adrian Mogoş has won the CEI – SEEMO award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism.

Entire asparagus route tracked

2010-05-14

BUCHAREST - A story for which journalists manage to document an entire route is rare. In the case of the asparagus workers journalists managed to document the entire route from the Ukraine in the east to the Netherlands in the west.

Cross-border scheme required cross-border reporting

2010-03-03

BRUSSELS - "A money laundering scheme could only be revealed through cross-border cooperation", says the team behind money laundering story supported by Journalismfund.eu. An Estonian team started out and in cooperation with a Bulgarian colleague revealed several stories including party funding and a pyramid-style investment scheme.

Keynote speaker Dataharvest '17

Dataharvest is excited to welcome acclaimed French investigative journalist Edouard Perrin as our keynote speaker this year. Perrin came under fire after being the first reporter to reveal the secret tax deals between Luxemburg and multinationals, a tax evasion scandal dubbed LuxLeaks when Perrin collaborated with the global ICIJ network.