Entries by Trine

Russia: Time to apply for support of investigative reporting

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 […]

50 Investigative Journalists Meet in St Petersburg

“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 […]

Reporters Join Forces With TI Against Corruption

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 Conference in St. Petersburg

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 […]

ARIJ Celebrates Its First 10 Years

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.

Under the shadow of corruption

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 […]

ECPMF Calls for Solidarity with Turkey’s Journalists

On October 7th 2016, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) released 130 balloons to the sky of Leipzig, Germany, to show solidarity with the jailed journalists in Turkey. As part of this year’s European Media Freedom Conference, the international participants and guests gathered to take a stand for the protection of media […]

Global Help Desk for Investigative Journalists

The Global Investigative Journalism Network has launched a help desk for investigative reporters. All kinds og tip sheets and tools can be found there, and if one doesn’t find the needed answer, a personal request for help can be sent. The GIJN often receives questions on everything from fundraising, finding colleagues and sources to security […]

Journalist and Trainer Grigory Pasko Beaten

Russian journalist Grigory Pasko was beaten by unknown men on Tuesdayin the city of Barnaul in what appeared to be a planned attack, he said on social media. Pasko was set upon by two men on the street in the early morning and told to leave town, witness Arkady Bavchenko said in a Facebook post, […]

Safe Haven for Journalists in Danger

Media workers are encountering many threats and risks while doing their job, and sometimes it is necessary to leave one’s own area for a while. One opportunity to get away and benefit professionally at the same time is the Journalist-in-Residence Programme offered by the European Center for press and Media Freedom (ECPMF). For up to […]