With the awarded European Cross-Border Grant programme, Journalismfund.eu supports (since 2009) professional journalists who have good ideas for cross-border investigations and for research on European topics.
The next application deadline is Thursday 4 November 2021 at 12 pm CET.
With this pilot project, Journalismfund.eu aims at addressing the shortage of local independent journalism by awarding grants to local investigative journalistic projects in Belgium and the Netherlands and stimulating cross-border collaboration.
With this Emergency Fund Journalismfund.eu wanted to support journalists that were affected by the COVID-19 crisis (2020). It awarded grants to distinctive local journalistic projects that are published or broadcast in Flemish media.
The Flemish Journalism Fund was launched in the Summer of 2018 to support diversity and innovation in journalism in Flanders. The Fund was a project of Journalismfund.eu, in partnership with the Flemish Association of Journalism and the Flemish government.
Flanders Connects Continents was a project that offered working grants for intercontinental teams of investigative journalists consisting of at least one Flemish and one Sub-Sahara African journalist. The project was run by Journalismfund.eu under its Flemish Pascal Decroos Fund grant programme. (2016)
Connecting Continents was a pilot project offering working grants for mixed teams of African and European journalists to investigate financial governance in Africa (2015-2016). The project was launched by Journalismfund.eu in cooperation with Oxfam Novib.
Freedom of expression, though guaranteed in all European constitutions, is under pressure in a lot of countries. ECPMF and Journalismfund.eu launched in 2015 and 2016 two calls for applications for their FoX grant, which gives journalists who know of a breach of freedom of expression the time and money to document it.