Online Grant Application

The Online Grant Application may be submitted in English, French or Portuguese. The information submitted below will be reviewed by a Grants Committee . Only applications which  make the shortlist will be considered in full.

11 thoughts on “Online Grant Application”

  1. i appeal to all investigation reporters in Africa to take advantage of this opportunities to fulfill their dreams and this is part of recognition towards archiving your story

  2. The opportunity is opening new doors for reporters to research on uncovered stories, I am glad for this wonderful opportunity, I believe that I will win and achieve my dreams

  3. I nvestigative journalism is not encouraged here in Nigeria for several reasons ranging from corrupt society to apathy for the truth by those in authority, I cant imagine walking up to Police chief requesting information;I can bet I’ll be thrown out of his office! So please we need encouragements and trainings on how to change this attitude in our societies. I’ll love to do investigative jouralism to expose the filth in our systems here in Nigeria.

  4. I hope to participate in such investigations useful and worked through pressure on the Sudanese government and the Legislative Council to enact laws that protect human rights

  5. i appeal to all investigation reporters in sudan to take advantage of this opportunities to fulfill their dreams and this is part of recognition towards archiving

  6. NIGERIAN JOURNALISTS SHOULD BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY THIS GRANT AND USE IT EFFECTIVELY TO ADVANCE THE CAUSE OF JOURNALISM AND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION IN THE COUNTRY.

  7. In Cameroon, the picture is very bleak.
    Many newspaper journalsits have been arrested, detained and finally killed in p[rison for attempting to investigate why general managers of state cooperations and those at such spend more than fifteen years in office. The latest case of BIBI Ngota who was investigating into how oil money in Cameroo is sued to the benefit of the common man was killed in prison.
    We risk our lives in this venture.
    office.
    Theltest

  8. Hi
    This is a very noble initiative which every African investigative journalist should grab. Unfortunately, I’m neither living in Ethiopia (my home country) nor the opportunity to work as a journalist anymore here in Sweden.
    My name is Theodros Arega, an Ethiopian journalist turnout dissident blogger who is living in exile in Sweden for the last 8 years. My colleagues at the Solidarity Movement for New Ethiopia (SMNE), Ethiopian Diaspora advocacy group based in Canada, and I were planning to investigate corrupt practices around land-grabbing activities in Ethiopia two years ago but we didn’t peruse it for lack of expertise and resources . We’d be grateful, if your organization can help us on how to launch this project which we believe will help to expose impunity and corruption of local officials and their business partners around the world.
    Best regards,
    Theodros Arega
    Stockholm, Sweden

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