Working grant - Catching the real pirates
A number of fishing companies are flouting international law, exploiting workers, and over-fishing, thus stripping vulnerable countries of a vital food source.
Investigate Europe, a multinational team of experienced investigative journalists, has published its first investigation: The European Border Regime. Journalismfund.eu is involved in Investigate Europe by helping with co-ordination and networking.
LEIPZIG – At the European Media Freedom Conference 2016 in early October the European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) and the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) launched a Call for Action from Europe’s media sector to improve press freedom across the continent.
Nine investigative journalists from around Europe have launched a new network to investigate transnational stories in Europe. Journalismfund.eu is one of the supporting partners of the new network, which is called Investigate Europe.
The third deadline of the year for our European cross-border grants: 27 October 2016.
The European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest 2017 will take place on Thursday 18, Friday 19, Saturday 20 and Sunday morning 21 May 2017 in Mechelen.
Working grant - Kaliningrad, invisible battleground
The case of the Russian province Kaliningrad has been causing a war of nerves between East and West. Reports about re-militarisation and information warfare are reminiscent of a Cold War 2.0. Is Europe turning back to a bipolar logic?
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 European Commission is launching a call for proposals in the field of data-driven news production. Applicants are invited to submit proposals to increase reporting on European issues, from a pan-European viewpoint and/or by comparing different viewpoints from within Europe.
Earlier this year, Tiit Hennoste was replaced as a member of Journalismfund.eu’s jury, as the last of the original four jury members, after David Leigh, Nils Mulvad and Hans-Martin Tillack. High time for a talk with the experienced Estonian media scholar.