Wondering if your idea is eligible for a grant? Looking for European teammates to collaborate with? Not sure how much money you can ask for? Ask us all the questions you have concerning your application for our 27 October cross-border grant deadline!
The third deadline of the year for our European cross-border grants: 27 October 2016.
We are pleased to be able to announce the next upcoming deadline (which will also be the last one of 2016): Thursday 27 October 2016.
The German association of investigative journalists Netzwerk Recherche has its annual conference on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July 2016 in Hamburg.
The Panama Papers, Cabra stated, mark the end of Gollum journalism. Instead of holding on to the documents they received, the journalists who received the leaked data opted for radical sharing. Why? Because it was the only way to go.
Working grant - The Criminal Migrant Shipping Network
Smugglers, some of them organised in networks, are profiting from migrants’ despair by selling them their services, making a fortune in the process and fueling their criminal enterprise with cash.
The first application round of 2016 has its deadline on March 7th at 11.59 pm Brussels time. Journalists with good ideas for European cross-border stories can submit their applications for a working grant until then.
There are two important deadlines for three different cross-border working grant programmes this summer. August 17th for the intercontinental Connecting Continents working grant, and September 15th for the European cross-border grants and for the FoX Freedom of Expression working grants.
BRUSSELS – “Like the lone wolf that cries in isolation.” Marina Walker Guevara used a powerful image to describe investigative journalists in her keynote speech at the Dataharvest/EIJC 2015. Still, ICIJ deputy director Walker came to the conclusion that collaboration is necessary. Not only because of the type of stories involved, but because working together provides protection and, in the end, more impact.