Investigative Reporting

Investigative Reporting

Investigative journalism seminar calls for papers [Brazil]

Journalism academics, students and professionals can submit research papers to this seminar, which is part of the 13th International Congress of Investigative Journalism in São Paulo.

Journalism competition launched [Mexico]

Penguin Random House Editorial Group will fund a journalistic research proposal on a national issue as part of the Javier Valdez Cárdenas Journalism Award 2018.

Dart Center organizes safety training for journalists [US]

Freelance journalists are invited to apply to attend this free course Oct. 18 to 21 in New York.

Grants available for community building [Eastern Europe]

Investigative journalism organizations in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia can apply for a grant from Open Society Initiative for Europe's Building Social Base and Embeddedness Program.

Residency program to investigate human rights in Brazil [Worldwide]

Foreign reporters who speak Portuguese or Spanish can apply for accommodations and mentorship in Rio de Janeiro.

IPYS Venezuela organizes investigative journalism contest [Latin America]

Journalists and students who have produced investigative pieces about Venezuela and can demonstrate fieldwork in that country are eligible for a cash prize.

Funds available for cross-border investigative reporting [Europe]

Teams of investigative reporters in at least two EU countries can apply for grants up to EUR50,000 from the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the International Press Institute (IPI), with support from the European Union Commission.

Grant available for reporting on abortion, health and human rights [Brazil]

Journalists interested in investigating abortion-related issues can apply for up to BRL10,000 from Instituto Patrícia Galvão, Abraji and Global Health Strategies.

Scholarships for journalism bootcamp available [Europe, US]

University students who are citizens of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States can participate in this summer program in Prague.

Gabriel García Márquez journalism contest open [Americas, Spain, Portugal]

Journalists with works in Spanish and Portuguese can compete in four categories: features, images, news coverage and innovation.