Nieuws - Knight Foundation gives $15 million worth of grants to digital investigative reporting projects

(BALTIMORE, 16/06/2009) -- The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced that it is to give grants totalling $15 million to help develop new economic models for investigative reporting on digital platforms. The grants intend to promote both local and national investigative reporting to "help provide the vital stories that citizens need to run their communities and their lives," said a press release. (source: Editorsweblog.org) >>


Nieuws - Verwerping verzoek tot schorsing openbaarmaking nucleaire informatie

(BRUSSEL, 16 april 2009) -- Politica Tinne Van der Straeten (Groen!) krijgt dan toch inzage in het vijfjaarlijkse NIRAS rapport over radioactief afval en nucleaire passiva. Het eerste deel geeft een overzicht van alle radiaoctieve afvalstoffen op Belgisch grondgebied. Het tweede deel gaat over de centen voor de opkuis van alle radioactieve bronnen. >>


Nieuws - #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.

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