Growing Interest for Investigative Journalism in Russia

SCOOP coordinator for St. Petersburg Anton Sotnitchuk introduces the program at the seminar in the offices of the Regional press Institute in St. Petersburg

A record number of journalists have applied for a working grant from SCOOP Russia. In spite of the severely increased pressure on media and journalists in Russia, the willingness to conduct Investigative Journalism is growing in North West Russia. When the deadline for applications to SCOOP Russia expired, the number of applications to get support ... Read More »

Too Much Water Makes The Kaliningrad Sausage Profitable

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Three out of four samples of so-called high quality sausages bought in the local food store in Kaliningrad contained much more water than allowed in the Russian state standards. That was the result when the reporter Anastasia Drozdova in Novy Karavan sent the samples she had bought to laboratories.
The investigation was published 22nd of December ... Read More »

SCOOP seminar Veliky Novgorod

[ February 7, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: Director Anna Sharogradskaya, The Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinator Anton Sotnitchuk. Venue: Novgorod House of Journalists, Stratilatovskaya Str. 27, office 6

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

SCOOP seminar Syktyvkar

[ February 3, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: Director Anna Sharogradskaya, The Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinator Anna Yarovaya. Venue: Internatsionalnaya st. 78, floor 4 “Komi-online” press-hall.

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

SCOOP seminar Kaliningrad

[ January 31, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: Director Anna Sharogradskaya, The Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinators Anastasia Drozdona and Anna Yarovaya. Venue: IBIS Hotel

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

SCOOP seminar St. Petersburg

[ January 31, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: SCOOP coordinators Nikita Kuzmin and Anton Sotnitchuk. Venue: The Regional Press Institute, Ligotskiy Prospekt 73, office 314.

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

SCOOP seminar Petrozavodsk

[ January 28, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: Director Anna Sharogradskaya, the Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinators Anastasia Drozdova and Anna Yarovaya. Venue: Severnaya Hotel

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

SCOOP seminar Archangelsk

[ January 25, 2016; ] Introduction to investigative journalism and how to apply for a SCOOP grant. Hosts: Director Anna Sharogradskaya, the Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinator Anastasia Drozdova. Venue: Belmorskaya Hotel

For more information and application, please contact info@scooprussia.org or call the Regional Press Institute (812) 572 4510

 

Invitation to SCOOP seminars

Are you a journalist and do you want to dig deeper? SCOOP invites you to seminars over Northwest Russia to learn more about investigative journalism and how you can apply for a SCOOP grant.
The seminars take place:
January 25 in Archangelsk (Belmorskaya Hotel). Hosts: Anna Sharogradskaya, director of the Regional Press Institute, and SCOOP coordinator Anastasia ... Read More »

Get Support for your Investigation in 2016

Do you have an idea for an investigative journalistic story, but no money to produce it? If you are a Russian journalist, you can apply for both funding and training for investigative journalism.
We – the International Media Support, IMS, in Copenhagen, the Associations of investigative journalism in Denmark and Sweden, FUJ and FGJ, in cooperation ... Read More »

About SCOOP

SCOOP is a network and support structure for investigative journalists. SCOOP supports investigative journalism and provides national and international networks for media professionals who are conducting investigations. Since 2003 SCOOP has supported several hundred investigations and facilitated national and international contacts between journalists to investigate across borders and share experiences.
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