Call for applications European Cross-border Grants


BRUSSELS - There will be four application rounds in 2019. €175,000 will be distributed over 4 application rounds. With the European Cross-Border Grants, will support professional journalists, who have good ideas for cross-border research on European affairs.

Having doubts about your Money Trail grant application? Talk to our grant coordinator!


BRUSSELS - Money Trail grant programme for mixed teams of African, Asian and European journalists has got a deadline coming up on the 15th of November. In the run-up to this deadline, we offer advice to journalists with questions about their idea or application.

We're hiring a project coordinator


BRUSSELS - We are looking for a Project Coordinator to join our growing team in Brussels. is the first independent European non-profit organisation (since 1998) with the purpose of stimulating in-depth cross-border journalism.

Press Release: EIJC & Dataharvest Conference to become an independent organisation


BRUSSELS - On 10 September 2018, the board of has decided to make The European Investigative Journalism Conference (EIJC) & Dataharvest a stand-alone venture in its own right, fully independent from 

Dig Into Public Spending – with Elvis


BRUSSELS - EU member states’ governments spend billions of euros every year to buy services from private companies. Who are these companies? How many tenders do they win? Are they active across borders?

The story behind our story: cross-border collaboration


MECHELEN - Ruben Brugnera and Michael Merrigan are freelance journalists and former students of the International Research Journalism programme, organised by at Thomas More Journalism School, Mechelen.

Joris Luyendijk’s keynote speech at EIJC18


MECHELEN -’s European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest has been bringing together investigative journalists and data specialists since its first conference in 2011. The eighth edition, held in Mechelen, Belgium, from May 24-27, was the most successful yet, with 470 participants from 52 countries.

21 Projects Submitted to

BRUSSELS – During its February 2018 application round, received 21 applications for cross-border projects. Journalists from all over Europe applied. 

Fact checking: Get it right every time!


MECHELEN - Nils Hanson, editor-in-chief of the Swedish “Mission Investigate”, feels that probably nothing is as important as pre-publication fact-checking.