BRUSSELS - On Tuesday 8 April 2014 the fifth edition of the EU Health Prize for Journalists was awarded. Dutch journalist Henk Blanken received the main prize.
MILAN - The European School of Oncology (ESO) has announced its annual Best Cancer Reporter Award as well as a new initiative on cancer reporting the Cancer World Journalist Grant.
BRUSSELS – Journalismfund.eu has launched a new call for applications for cross-border working grants. Journalists with good ideas for cross-border, European stories can apply for a grant. For this round there is € 33,000 to be...
BRUSSELS - The European Commission is proud to present the fifth edition of the EU Health Prize for Journalists. It is awarded to stimulate high-quality journalism that raises awareness of issues related to healthcare and citizen's rights.
RIGA - Two journalists, one story - but how to achieve impact? In the story about the Latvian Brides, cooperation of journalists from two countries led to research so important that the story was quoted in various European countries.
BUCHAREST - A team of journalists took a deeper look into the gambling houses sprouting up all over South-Eastern Europe.
News - The energy brokers
SARAJEVO - “The only light Amela, Sanel and Habibia Đemail used to do their homework that month came through a window from a street lamp. The dark month was the third time electricity has been cut off to their home in the last year. Bika...
News - Rent a womb
KIEV - Poor Ukrainian women make some extra money by giving birth to babies of Western European parents, who can not have babies themselves. Everybody is happy – or not?
BRUSSELS - The medicine was set to cure teenager’s pimples, but did it in reality do more than that, were the rumours about increasing depression and even suicides actually true?