Tagpage investigative journalism
News - We act on your evaluations
The day after a conference, an evaluation form inevitably lands in your inbox. You dutifully start filling it out, wondering, if anybody is ever going to read your comments. Well, we do!
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.
News - 2017 Cross-border Deadlines
We are happy to announce the 2017 deadlines of our regular cross-border grant programme. There are four cross-border deadlines planned. The deadlines for other grant programmes will be added later.
Non-profit organisation Hypothes.is wants to bring a new, conversational layer of digital annotation to the web. Investigative journalists are a community that can make powerful use of it.
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.
On Monday night 7th December, Journalismfund.eu, the Pascal Decroos Fund and deBuren have invited ICIJ founder and investigative journalism legend Chuck Lewis for a conversation with Belgian ICIJ member Kristof Clerix about investigative journalism, democracy and the importance of the fourth estate.
Event - VVOJ Conference 2015 (The Hague)
This year's edition of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists VVOJ's annual conference will take place on 20 and 21 November in The Hague.
BAKU - On 1 September 2015, investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova, who has written numerous hard-hitting stories on corruption in Azerbaijan, was sentenced to seven years and six months in prison by the Azerbaijani authorities.
News - Connecting Continents: Des subventions pour des collaborations Africano-européennes entre journalistes d’investigation
BRUXELLES - Journalismfund.eu est fier de présenter un nouveau programme intercontinental de subventions pour journalistes d’investigations. Ce programme, Connecting Continents, prévoit 100 000 € de subventions pour des collaborations entre journalistes subsaharien et journalistes européens.
News - Connecting Continents: Working Grants for African-European Teams of Investigative Journalists
BRUSSELS – Journalismfund.eu is proud to announce a new, intercontinental working grant programme for investigative journalists. The programme, Connecting Continents, provides €100,000 for working grants for Sub-Saharan African journalists collaborating with European colleagues or vice versa.