Investigative Journalism: two grants for cross-border projects from Ukraine and Moldova

Investigative Journalism: two grants for cross-border projects from Ukraine and Moldova


The Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) fund has opened two new calls for cross-border investigative journalism projects in the European Union and EU candidate countries, including Moldova and Ukraine.

  • IJ4EU’s Investigation Support Scheme will provide grants of between €5,000 and €50,000 to allow cross-border teams of any type to carry out investigations in the public interest. The deadline for applications is 13 October. A second call under this scheme will open in January 2023. See full information here
  • IJ4EU’s Freelancer Support Scheme will provide grants of up to €20,000 to cross-border investigative teams made up predominantly of freelance journalists. It will also provide an extra layer of support through training, mentoring and networking opportunities. See full information here. The deadline for applications is also 13 October. The scheme will have a second call in January 2023.

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CLOSING DATE

October 13, 2022

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