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The Money Trail Project

The Money Trail project will be launched at the 8th European Investigative Journalism Conference & Dataharvest.  Money Trail is a collaborative project between three highly regarded journalism and training organisations – Finance Uncovered, Free Press Unlimited, Journalismfund.eu – and Oxfam Novib. Conducting and delivering journalistic investigations in the area of illicit finance is often long,… Continue reading The Money Trail Project

Brigitte Alfter talked about ‘How to put collaborative journalism into practice’ at the International Journalism Festival (Perugia)

Our managing editor, Brigitte Alfter, spoke about 'How to put collaborative journalism into practice' in Perugia on April 14th. Stories don’t stop at national borders. More collaboration in the field of journalism is essential, as topics like global crime, climate change, or migration affect people, regions and economies across the world. A story that spans… Continue reading Brigitte Alfter talked about ‘How to put collaborative journalism into practice’ at the International Journalism Festival (Perugia)

News – 21 Projects Submitted to Journalismfund.eu

BRUSSELS – During its February 2018 application round, Journalismfund.eu received 21 applications for cross-border projects. Journalists from all over Europe applied.    The February 15 deadline for grant applications attracted a total of 21 projects. Behind them were 82 team members from 28 countries, and the total amount applied for was €252,878. The jury will… Continue reading News – 21 Projects Submitted to Journalismfund.eu

Working grant – Refugees: The Risk of Using Language as a Passport

After crossing seas and walls, some asylum seeker arriving in Europe have to cross one more wired fence: one made of words.   Nine European countries apply a controversial linguistic test to check for the origin of undocumented asylum seekers. This technique, called LADO (Language Analysis for the Determination of Origin) has been questioned by… Continue reading Working grant – Refugees: The Risk of Using Language as a Passport