Investigate Europe, a multinational team of experienced investigative journalists, has published its first investigation: The European Border Regime. Journalismfund.eu is...
JOHANNESBURG - The team behind the investigation of Nigerian football players coming to Europe, which was supported by one of Journalismfund.eu's Connecting Continents, has won the CNN African Journalist Award 2016.
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.
Our office will be closed between the 16th and the 31st of July. We will also be hard to reach via e-mail and telephone. We will re-open on Monday 1 August.
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...
Great people, compelling data and a bucketload of investigative inspiration: here's a look at the 2016 Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference through a selection of tweets.
Mid-March 2016, journalists from Der Spiegel, El Mundo, Médiapart, CRJI, Le Soir and others announced a new collaborative effort in journalism: the European Investigative Collaborations project. The idea came...
Journalists from all over Europe can apply to become a Journalist-in-Residence at the ECPMF in Leipzig, which provides a safe haven, scholarship and health insurance for journalists.
Journalismfund.eu has got two deadlines coming up in the beginning of March 2016. In the run-up to those deadlines, we offer advice to journalists with questions about their idea or application.
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