Grants for independent Ukrainian and Belarussian journalists residing in Baltics, Eastern and Southern Europe

Grants for independent Ukrainian and Belarussian journalists residing in Baltics, Eastern and Southern Europe


Ukrainian and Belarussian journalists residing in the Baltic countries, the Visegrád Four (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) and Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, and Spain) are invited to apply for small production grants for cross-border stories.

Five grants, each worth up to €5,000, wil be provided as part of part of the ‘Collaborative and Investigative Journalism Initiative’ (CIJI) project, co-funded by the European Commission under the Pilot Project: Supporting investigative journalism and media freedom in the EU (DG CONNECT).

The story should cover one of the following thematic areas: human rights and migration,

disinformation, environmental crime, corruption and money laundering.

The proposed story should be of relevance to at least two EU member states, at least one of which is a target country for this project (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Greece, Italy or Spain). Alternatively, it may be relevant to one of the target EU countries and Ukraine, Belarus or Russia. 

The proposed story should be published by at least one media outlet directly targeting audiences in one of the ten target countries of the project.

Members of the team working on the story should be at least from two EU member states, at least one of which is a target country of the project.

The deadline for applications is 15 June.

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CLOSING DATE

June 15, 2022

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