CEI Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism


The Award is open to nationals of all 18 CEI Member States (Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine) who have acquired in the last three years special merits in investigative journalism and who are still active in journalism. The competing journalists should be nominated by individuals/organisations/media companies. Self-nominations are not allowed. All media are accepted: print, broadcast, news agency or Internet.

SKUP-journalists were targets


OSLO - In police questioning, the norwegian terrorist accused Anders Behring Breivik (32) said he is the man behind the book "A European declaration of Independence". The book gives detailed information on why and how to attack the SKUP conference, aiming to kill as many journalists as possible.

Colombian Reporters (Reporteros de Colombia)


BOGOTA - Colombia is a country with a complex political and social situation that affects the country to this day. At present, it is attempting to pursue a democratic transition and the end of armed conflict. One of the main issues of this transition is the need to strengthen the mass media that covers war and peace agendas. Specific training is needed, especially for journalists who carry out their work in dangerous settings, both outside and within the editorial offices.    

euronews selects Headline NFP


BRUSSELS - Yesterday evening on June 14, EU-Commissioner Viviane Reding officially opened the brand new euronews office in Brussels. euronews is the leading international news channel covering world news from a European perspective. Moreover it dedicates significant slots to EU current affairs. To allow for direct reporting from the capital of the European Union, euronews decided to set up a studio and editorial office in Brussels.

Deadline 26th of April 2011


ZELLIK - The deadline for grants of the Pascal Decroos Fund is Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 12am lunchtime. All forms of journalism for audiovisual and written media are eligible: documentaries, series, books, ...

The Karel van Miert/Etienne Davignon prizes for journalists


 BRUSSELS - The Representation of the European Commission in Belgium and the Belgian section of the Association of European Journalists organise for the third time the Karel Van Miert/Etienne Davignon prizes.

Turkish Raids in Search of Unpublished Book by Journalist Ahmet Sik


VIENNA - The International Press Institute (IPI) on Friday condemned raids by Turkish police last week in search of draft copies of an unpublished book by imprisoned journalist Ahmet Sik that reportedly focuses on the influence of an alleged Islamic group within the country's police force.

Evens Prize for Media Education 2011: Apply for nomination!


ANTWERP - With the second Evens Prize for Media Education, to be awarded in 2011, the Evens Foundation continues to highlight the importance of Media Education and to support sustainable projects in this field in Europe.

Google gives $5 million to journalism


US - Google Inc has given $2 million to the Knight Foundation, it was announced yesterday, and the search giant has said it will invest $3 million more in journalism projects outside the US, "through a similar partnership." More details will be available early next year, according to a post on Google's blog by Nikesh Arora, President, Global Sales Operations and Business Development.