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New National Awards in Ukraine

“Ukrainska pravda” and the Kyiv Post, with support from the US Embassy in Ukraine and the Danish Investigative reporting project SCOOP announce the establishment of the National Annual Award in the genre of investigative journalism and special reports. The award was established on the basis of the Competition for Young Investigative Journalists which was held in conjunction with…

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The corrupt president is gone. What do we do now?

The high level of corruption in Ukraine is the overall issue – both in the working groups and in the corridors at the ‘6th Annual National Conference of Investigative Journalists’ in Kyiv. 136 journalists from 10 countries are these days (Friday 5th  and Saturday 6th of December) participating in the national conference for investigating reporters in…

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SCOOP Russia Partner on “Foreign Agent” List

SCOOP Russia’s partner organisation, The Regional Press Institute in St. Petersburg, has been put on the list of “Foreign Agents” by the Russian Ministry of Justice. The RPI director Anna Sharogradskaya also faces criminal charges for alleged extremism, after her computer and several memory sticks were confiscated on her way to the US in June. The law…

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New Investigative Prize in Ukraine with SCOOP Support

“Ukrainska pravda” and the Kyiv Post, with support from the US Embassy in Ukraine and SCOOP, have announced the establishment of the National Annual Award for investigative journalism and special reports. The award was established on the basis of the Competition for Young Investigative Journalists, established in 2012 by the Ukrainian Pravda and the US Embassy, and the…

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21 Investigations Under Way in Russia

This autumn 21 Russian journalists in North West Russia are conducting their own local journalistic investigations. Their work covers a wide range of subjects selected from 47 applications which Russian journalists have sent to the SCOOP Russia project. Investigative journalists in Russia receive training, coaching and some financial support related to the investigations from SCOOP Russia.…

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Lyubomyr Ferens Wins 1st Ukrainian SCOOP Prize

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Lyubomyr Ferens from Ukrainian TVI was the first winner of Ukraine’s new prize for best investigative journalism of the year, organized jointly by Yanukovychleaks.org and SCOOP. The prize was awarded on June 6 at the “Mezhyhirya” festival, named after the ex-president Yanukovych’s residence outside of Kiev. Lyubomyr Ferens had investigated the police’s explanation on the…

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