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Working Grants - Alphabetical

Craig Shaw

Craig Shaw is a British freelance journalist, investigating political and corporate corruption, human rights and organised crime. His reports have been published in leading European media - and he has been involved in several high-profile collaborative investigations, such as ‘Offshore Leaks with the ICIJ, ‘Football Leaks’ and ‘Malta Files’ for European Investigative Collaborations (EIC.network).  He is interested in Turkish politics and corruption, and coordinates the Turkish investigations for theblacksea.eu and EIC. 

Crina Boros


London-based investigative journalist and CAR | DDJ trainer, Crina specialises in data analysis, transparency and cross-border reporting. She has an accountability-driven approach to her stories. Crina currently freelances for Investigate Europe and openDemocracy, and has an affiliation with the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ). She has published with the BBC, Thomson Reuters, The Sunday Times, Greenpeace, The Black Sea and OffshoreAlert, among many.​


Cristian Iohan Stefanescu


Cristian Iohan Stefanescu is a freelance journalist working in Köln and Bonn. He often writes for Deutsche Welle's Central and East European Desk and has previously worked for major newspapers in Romania as news editor, chief of the international politics desk, senior editor, columnist and chief of the special reporters desk.


Cristian Niculescu


Cristian Niculescu has been working as a journalist for over 22 years. He has worked for newspapers, radio and television for major media trusts in Romania. His favorite areas are investigations into economic and political issues.


Daan Bauwens


Daan Bauwens started his international career in 2008 as an Israel correspondent for the press agency, Inter Press Service. Ever since, he combines freelance work for television, radio and print in Belgium and overseas. Having worked mostly for Belgium's national broadcasting station VRT and writing for all major newspapers in the country, he has since 2012 focused on the complex interplay between anthropology and journalism, which earned him a Fulbright Award and a Visiting Scholarship at Columbia University in New York City.


Daniel Howden


Daniel Howden, the report's author, is the senior editor of Refugees Deeply. A finalist at this year's OJA Awards in Washington for Explanatory Reporting, he is a contributor to the Guardian and a former correspondent with The Economist and the Independent.


Daniela Schröder


Daniela Schröder is a Hamburg-based independent writer and editor. She has worked as EU correspondent for the English service of German news agency DPA in Brussels where she also covered EU and Belgian affairs for German-language print and online media. Prior to that, Daniela worked in the European Parliament’s press department.


Daniela Teofanova


Daniela Teofanova is a Bulgarian journalist.


Daniele Grasso


Daniele Grasso is a Spanish journalist based in Madrid. He works as an Investigative journalist at El Confidencial.


David Leloup


David Leloup has been working as a freelance journalist in Belgium since 2000, focusing on tax evasion, corruption and economic crimes, science and environmental issues. He has collaborated with various TV and print media in Belgium (Le Soir, RTBF, Le Vif/L’Express), France (Rue89, Le Monde), Switzerland (Le Temps) and India (Headlines Today).