European Cross-border Grants: 2020 deadlines

Deadlines have been announced for our European Cross-border Grants. Journalismfund.eu will support professional journalists who have good ideas for cross-border investigations on European affairs. Click here to find out when you can apply in 2020.

The aim of Journalismfund.eu is to promote quality journalism in Europe by giving journalists the chance to carry out journalistic research projects.

Journalismfund.eu will support professional journalists, who have good ideas for cross-border investigations and for research on European affairs. The stories must be relevant to European target groups.

The project should be one that, in principle, could not be realised in this format within the remit of regular journalism – a project that can include cross-border research, networking between colleagues, established and innovative investigative methods and that is at the same time original, innovative and intensive.

Journalismfund.eu supports costs related to journalistic research for all media. This can include travel, translation, access to pay-databases or simply time to research. Not supported: fixed costs such as office costs, investments such as cameras or computers or production costs.

Funding

For the European Cross-border grants, Journalismfund.eu receives funding from the Open Society Foundation and the Adesium foundation. The two foundations have structurally funded the programme since 2009.

Journalists living in Council of Europe member states are eligible to apply. Which means that this grant is inclusive for all Europeans and not just those who live in the European Union. 

An independent jury of four decides who gets a grant. Here's how the jury works.

Find stories supported by this grant programme here

Any further questions? Find here the FAQ regarding this grant programme. Or consult the Journalismfund.eu website. 

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