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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Adeline Umutoni

 

Adeline Umutoni is a Burundese-Rwandese journalist. She started her career at Burundese opposition radio RPA. When the radio's offices were burned down, Umutoni fled to Rwanda, where she works for a radio station in Kigali.

 

Adrián Blanco

 

Adrián Blanco is a data journalist at the data unit of the Spanish newspaper El Confidencial. He also runs Journocoders Madrid.

 

Adrian Mogoş

 

Adrian Mogoş is a freelance journalist from Romania. He is a member of the Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists ICIJ.

 

Adriana Homolova

 
Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova is a data journalist based in The Netherlands. She crunches data mostly for Investico, a platform for investigative journalism and OneWorld, magazine for the sustainable and global citizenship.

 

Akkilou Yacoubou

 

Akkilou Yacoubou is a political analyst and blogger. Among others, he writes for the opposition magazine Afrique Express, which appears 3 times a week in southern Benin. Additionally, he discusses his personal take on the news on his blog akkilouy.over-blog.com.

 

Ákos Keller-Alánt

 

Ákos Keller-Alánt is a Hungarian journalist, he currently writes for the weekly political magazine Magyar Narancs, specializing in internal affairs and economics.

 

Aleksandra Jolkina

 

Aleksandra Jolkina is a journalist specialised in investigative reporting with a particular interest in EU and East European affairs. Currently based in Cologne, Germany, she works for the Deutsche Welle and regularly contributes to Latvian media.

 

Alessio Cimarelli

 

Alessio Cimarelli is an Italian journalist based in Bologna. He works as a freelance journalist and web developer, co-founded DataNinja and is a member of Spaghetti Open Data.

 

Alexandre Kossoko

 

Alexandre Kossoko is a cartoonist working for the largest Beninese private daily newspaper Le Matin. He also cooperates with the Belgian Development Agency and the European Union for their awareness campaigns. His cartoons are published in Benin and abroad, translated into English whenever necessary.

 

Ana Poenariu

 
Ana Poenariu

Ana Poenariu is a Romanian journalist, based in Bucharest. She works for RISE Project, a community of journalists, programmers and activists that investigate organized crime and corruption that affects Romania and the countries in the region. Among others, Ana worked on several stories related to European funds.