News - Next deadline: 22 October

The next deadline for working grant applications will be Tuesday 22 October 2013, at 11.59 pm. As always, all types of investigative journalism projects for audiovisual or print media are eligible: documentaries, series of articles, books...


News - #dataharvest13

One of the most relevant networking events for investigative and data journalists covering Europe is up to its third edition this year. Journalismfund.eu’s Data Harvest Conference brings together committed journalists from all over Europe to pass on their skills and share their stories and inspiration. #dataharvest13 will take place on 3 and 4 May in Brussels.


News - Doing more with less: VoiceOfSanDiego.org leads the way in non-profit investigative journalism

To mark the relaunch of the Editors Weblog, the World Editors Forum is running a special series entitled "Doing More with Less." The series highlights major trends that editors-in-chief are using to steer their newsrooms through the difficult economic climate. The seventh in the series takes a look at non-profit investigative journalism site VoiceOfSanDiego.org. >>

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News - ICIJ Unveils Finalists for Daniel Pearl Awards for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is proud to announce the finalists for the 2010 Daniel Pearl Awards for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting.


News - Ides Debruyne called emancipated journalists

BRUSSELS - In a recent article featured on journalismfund.eu, Ides Debruyne, director of the Pascal Decroos Fund, argues that journalists should be emancipated from their media organizations and become entrepreneurs. Debruyne argues this in light of the changing climate of the news media and the public political movements in Western Europe.


News - Journalists from 40 countries join in support for WikiLeaks

WORLD - Journalists from every region of the world have joined together to support the whistle-blowing organization Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange who, they say, have provided an extraordinary resource for journalists around the world and made "an outstanding contribution to transparency and accountability on the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars".


News - Latvian Brides - a new European story with support from Journalismfund.eu

BRUSSELS - In the far East and far West of the EU two journalists work on the same story about scam marriages. Thanks to a grant from Journalismfund.eu they could cooperate and uncovered a world where fraud, sexual exploitation and rape are commonplace. The scam bases the EU rules on free movement and legal loopholes. >>

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