Walking nine streets of the city of Syktyvkar, the reporter Maksim Polyakov from the web media outlet 7×7, counted 14 450 missing or damaged stones in the pavement. The paving is quite new. The work started in 2006. Most of the streets were covered in 2010 and 2011. One year later the stones started to […]
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If you want to improve your skills as an investigative journalist – or develop new ones – take a look at the summer school at the Center for Investigative Journalism in London. You can save up to €70 by registering before April 4.
17 journalists from the area of Vologda visited the first promotion seminar this year for applications to SCOOP Russia 2017. – The audience was very active and interested. Especially those who already had made up their minds on what kind of topic they wanted to investigate, says Anna Sharogradskaya, director of Regional Press Institute in […]
During many years the hospitals in Kaliningrad were equipped with computer tomography for use in various state run medical programs. This expensive equipment, financed by the federal Russian tax payers, was supposed to be used in the benefit of the residents in the Kaliningrad region. Today more than a third of them are out of […]
We – the International Media Support, IMS, in Copenhagen, the Associations of Investigative journalism in Denmark and Sweden, FUJ and FGJ, in cooperation with the Regional Press Institute, RPI, in Saint Petersburg, Russia and Fojo Media Institute, Sweden – are happy to invite all journalists in the North-West region of Russia to apply for support […]
“My point is that international illegal fishing can be fought by international cooperation only,” the often-awarded Swedish investigative journalist Fredrik Laurin told his audience of Russian colleagues. He was one of two Swedish keynote speakers at SCOOP Russia’s first ever conference on investigative journalism held in Russia 9-10 December 2016. The conference is probably the […]
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Transparency International (TI) are joining forces in a first of its kind partnership to root out grand corruption on a global scale, the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium. This initiative will connect investigative journalists turning a spotlight on the secretive shadow economy with anti-corruption activists able to translate […]
SCOOP in cooperation with The International Media Support and the Regional Press Institute, invites journalists from Northwest Russia to participate in a conference on investigative journalism on December 10-11 in Pushkin, St. Petersburg. Meet international capacities who have made investigations with impact across borders – and meet colleagues who have learned investigative methods through the […]
SCOOP’s sister organisation ARIJ (Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism) celebrates its 10th anniversary on December 1, 2016. ARIJ has reached impressive results and backed journalists who work under very harsh conditions. Read more about the first 10 years in this article.
More than 160 investigative reporters from Ukraine and neighbouring countries met in Kyiv in the weekend 19th and 20th of November to exchange experiences and intensify their networking. One of the burning issues in Ukraine, the comprehensive corruption in the country, was high on both the agenda and the mingling. On this there was a […]