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Chase Social Stories

  • Innovation

In this project, Chase provided grants and coaching to young journalists so they could create digital stories about social change in urban communities.

Chase Tinted Souls: Nymphose - Photo Trudy Kazangu

The Polar Project

  • Environment
  • Innovation

The Polar Project is a cross-media magazine on climate change. It aims to promote interdisciplinary exchange through journalism, art, and performance, and to explore the boundaries of journalistic storytelling.

The Polar Project

FactRank

  • Innovation

FactRank is a free tool that automatically filters out statements from Dutch-language texts worthy of fact-checking.

Podlab XL

  • Innovation
  • Media

Podlab XL is a training programme for non-fiction podcast makers, that coaches audio novices from podcast idea to pilot.

Podlab XL

Wablieft goes digital

  • Education
  • Innovation
  • Media

The Wablieft centre for clear language developed an online news channel with quality news for low-literature adults.

A screenshot of Wablieft's website

U:nite

  • Innovation

U:nite works with a team of emerging actors and word artists to bring news to 16-24-year-old video consumers using new online formats.

U:nite short

News Noses

  • Innovation

With this project regional television broadcaster RINGtv aims to get young people more involved in politics and vice versa.

Nieuwsneuzen

UITLANDER

  • Innovation
  • International

UITLANDER is a platform for high-quality, international stories about and by Belgians living abroad, made for the Belgian home audience.

UITLANDER

Simandou: a mountain of wealth and bribery cases

  • Corruption
  • Environment

CONAKRY - A team of journalists followed the money, investigating Guineagate, a corruption case that involved a French national promoting the interests of a private company that sought a mining license at Simandou Mountains, the world’s largest known deposits of untapped iron.

Cash Transfers in Climate Change Adaptation Never Reached Kenya's Farmers

  • Agriculture
  • Data Journalism
  • Ecology
  • Economy
  • Environment

LODWAR/NAIROBI - In northern Kenya, drought caused by climate change brought also a surge in cash transfers to farmers. Millions have been invested, but locals claim they haven't received the promised financial support. The auditor general in Kenya claims billions of shillings are being lost at the responsible agencies.