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Awards to Scoop-supported investigations

Over the years, SCOOP-supported investigations have won a number of awards, both on regional, national and international level. We are proud to present them here.

SCOOP also supports the Ukrainian annual award for best investigative journalism, given out at the Mezhyhirya Festival, Ukraine’s annual festival for investigative journalism, named after the fled president Yanukovych’s former residence.

Another prize for Scoop-supported investigation on election fraud

Transparency International Moldova chose to award the two repporters Lilia Gurez and Igor Volnitchi for their investigation on the fraud in the election campaign in Moldova. The investigation was recently awarded by the Eurasia Foundation Moldova as the best investigation of the election as well.

More Praise for Scoop-supported documentary

Dario Novalic and Mustafa Mustafic have received a prize for their documentary “If you are watching this mum” at the International TV Festival Bar in Montenegro.

Exposure of election fraud in Moldova awarded

Everybody in Moldova was convinced that the election was flawed. But the proof came when Lilia Gurez and Igor Volnitchi published their investigation of the election campaign. The investigation was awarded by the Eurasia Foundation Moldova as the best investigation of the election.

Scoop-financed investigation wins prize

A team of Romanian-Moldovian reporters did an investigation on trafficking visas and exposed high-ranking officials within the Romanian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

Global shining light award to Scoop-supported investigation

A team of journalists funded by Scoop and others have won the first Global Shining Light award, which will be presented at the Global Journalism Conference in Toronto/Canada May 26th 2007.

Energy-broker project wins global award

Scoop-journalists Saturday received a global award for their investigations into the energy supplies in the Balkans. At Award dinner for The Global Shining Light Award, which was handed over during the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Toronto, the journalists were praised for their courage.