Lost in Europe | IJ4EU is featured at the UK’s Byline Festival of independent journalism

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ECPMF’s Jane Whyatt hosted a panel presenting the cross-border investigative journalism project ‘Lost in Europe’ which is supported by ECPMF’s IJ4EU grant. Geejse van Haran and Sanne Torlingen of Small Stream Media in Amsterdam and freelance BBC journalist Ismail Einashe presented the work-in-progress of the project, which relies on crowd-sourcing and intensive fact-checking to trace the estimated 10,000 […]

Fritt Ord Foundation joins IJ4EU fund as partner

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The International Press Institute (IPI) is pleased to announce that the Norway-based Fritt Ord Foundation has joined the 2018 IJ4EU fund as a contributing partner. Fritt Ord has provided IPI with a grant of 200,000 NOK (approximately 26,500 euros) to provide additional financial support to projects selected by the independent jury last month. The additional funds will be distributed across […]

IJ4EU fund awards €315,000 to 12 investigative projects

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An independent jury has selected 12 investigative journalism projects for funding under the inaugural round of the IJ4EU fund. More than 60 teams of EU-based journalists had presented projects worth more than €3 million as part of the call. “We received a large number of excellent projects and had to make difficult choices in funding only […]

Successful start for investigative journalism fund #IJ4EU

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More than 60 teams of EU-based investigative journalists have applied for grants worth more than 2 million euros as part of the inaugural #IJ4EU fund, jointly launched by the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the International Press Institute (IPI) in March. The #IJ4EU fund is intended to support collaboration among EU-based journalists and newsrooms on disclosures […]

‘Panama Papers’ editor to head #IJ4EU fund jury

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Wolfgang Krach, editor-in-chief of Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung, will serve as the jury chair of the inaugural Investigative Journalism for Europe (#IJ4EU) fund, which will distribute up to €450,000 to support cross-border investigative journalism projects in the European Union. As editor of the Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung, Krach led the paper’s investigation of the Panama Papers in cooperation with […]

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