Deadline: 16 April 2017
Open to: investigative journalists from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Russia and EU countries
Benefits: up to EUR 2.500, legal consultation, tailor-made workshops and international networking
Did you ever feel like your investigation was limited by language, geographical borders or a lack of contacts abroad?
If you are a critically thinking journalist, who works with investigative methods and is interested in becoming part of an international network of collaborating colleagues, you can now apply with your story idea!
n-vestigate aims to foster national and transnational investigative journalism within and between the aforementioned countries, the goal being to establish a transnational network which more deeply anchors investigative journalism within each country’s respective society. The aim is to support the production of relevant and accessible media contributions as well as to establish strong relationships between journalists, representatives of media outlets, media lawyers and FoI activists.
n-vestigate is a project by n-ost (Berlin) in association with hetq Armenia, Liberali Georgia, RISE Moldova and RDPI Ukraine, financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
- Skilled investigative journalists from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Russia and EU countries can apply either as a team or as an individual with their idea for a team investigation;
- Reporters who are experienced with Freedom of Information requests, data journalism and cross-border collaboration are especially welcome;
- A good command of either Russian or English is required.
Your cross-border investigative story will be supported with up to EUR 2.500, legal consultation, tailor-made workshops and international networking.
How to apply?
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For more information please visit the official web page.