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Nominations open for IJ4EU cross-border journalism award

The second annual IJ4EU Impact Award will honour the best transnational investigative reporting with €15,000 in prizes.

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“A signal of encouragement” to Belarus

The Belarusian journalists Katsyaryna Bahvalava and Darya Chultsova will be awarded the Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media 2021

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IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

€1.1 million for projects in Europe in 2021, plus a new scheme for freelancers

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IJ4EU rebooted: €1.1M in grants for investigative journalism in Europe

The Investigative Journalism for Europe fund is back — bigger, better and with extra assistance for freelancers.

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ECPMF launches €15,000 IJ4EU Impact Award

Nominations have opened for a new award, celebrating the best of European cross-border investigative journalism award since January 2019. The winners will receive prizes of €5,000 each, and be invited to an awards ceremony in Spring 2021.

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ECPMF launches new IJ4EU Impact Award

The European Centre for Press and Media Freeedom is launching the award to celebrate the best of European cross-border investigative journalism since Janaury 2019. The winners will receive prizes of €5,000 each, and be invited to an awards ceremony in Spring 2021.

Applications can be submitted online through the IJ4EU website.

First calls for IJ4EU open

IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

The IJ4EU fund on May 5 opened two new calls for cross-border investigative journalism projects in the EU and EU candidate countries. Full details about both funding schemes and how to apply, as well as information about past funded projects, can be found on the IJ4EU website.

IJ4EU Launch 2020

IJ4EU relaunches! 1 million for cross-border investigative journalism in Europe in 2020

Investigative Journalism for Europe (“IJ4EU”) is a fund first launched in 2018 by the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the International Press Institute (IPI) to support cross-border investigative reporting in the EU. Find all information on the IJ4EU website.

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