Mar Cabra announces exit from JF's jury


MADRID - At a Journalismfund's jury event on the 28th of November at 7 pm in Madrid, Mar Cabra officially announced her retirement from the jury.

Results Cross- border applications November 2017


BRUSSELS - We are pleased to announce that received 21 applications asking for a total amount of €235.415. Not all lived up to formal criteria, so in the end the jury discussed 12 projects to a total of €157,150.

Jury member goes public: Mar Cabra


MADRID - Secret revealed: Mar Cabra, data editor at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, has been on the jury for the last four years, making decisions on the grant applications. 

Four Teams under Way to New Investigations


BRUSSELS - During its September 2017 application round, received 9 applications for grants. The total amount applied for was €91,580.

Race to the bottom: Europe's precariat


Investigate Europe, a Journalismfund coordinated network, has published its third round of investigations. The team of nine investigative journalists from around Europe has been working on transnational stories since its launch last year. 

World-Check, a JF-supported investigation nominated for VOJN prize

A JF-supported investigation on World-Check, has been nominated for an award by the Dutch organisation for online journalism (VOJN). 

JF-supported investigation wins 2017 Prix Philippe Chaffanjon


PARIS – A supported cross-border feature on the militarisation in the Baltics has won the prestigious multimedia journalism prize Prix Philippe Chaffanjon in Paris, France.

Dates announced for EIJC18 and EIJC19


EIJC17 & Dataharvest is just finished and it was awesome! We are thrilled to announce the dates for EIJC18 and EIJC19. EIJC 2018 will take place from 24 to 27 May. While EIJC19 will take place from 16 -19 May 2019.

Self-defence for journalists in the digital age - #EIJC17


In our hyper-connected era, struggles for power increasingly take place in the digital realm. Hence, the digital lives of journalists who try to denounce injustice have increasingly become the target of cyber attacks, organised on behalf of powerful players under scrutiny.