• Reporting Development

    Reporting Development A Guide for African Journalists

    EJC and Kenyan Partner Release Development Reporting Guide for African Journalists

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  • News Impact Summits

    News Impact Summits The road to innovative and powerful digital journalism


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  • Verification Handbook 2

    Verification Handbook 2 For investigative reporting


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  • Innovation in Development Reporting (IDR) Grant Programme

    Innovation in Development Reporting (IDR) Grant Programme

    The grant programme aims to advance creative reporting approaches, thus enabling a better coverage of international development issues.

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  • JournaJobs.eu

    JournaJobs.eu enabling professional journalism

    Times are tough, especially if you are a journalist who is trying to make a living solely off of your reporting. EJC's JournaJobs is here to help you out.

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Featured EJC Projects

Georgia: Finances and Transparency - New Approaches for Georgian Journalism

Addressing a Georgian-specific problem, namely the absence of investigative coverage of economic corruption issues, the project's objective is to promote excellence in journalism by instituting a competition on the national level. Our...

PICNIC Festival

Since 2006, we’ve been organising the media events of the PICNIC Festival. Together with leading actors in the field of media innovation, we’ve been able to showcase to the public new ideas and developments. PICNIC Festival is also...



JournaJobs is a one-stop platform for strictly journalistic job openings in diverse professional fields, comprising of internships, part time, full time, freelance, or temporary positions. The job listing’s aggregation feature and the...

Zimbabwe: Establishing the Country’s First Independent Financial News Service

Believing Zimbabwe can boost its own economic development by increasing awareness and improving citizens’ general knowledge of financial matters, we have sought, together with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, to establish the...


Recommended reading

Turning to Public to Back Investigative Journalism - NYTimes.com

If you suspect your local town government is corrupt, would you pay a journalist to investigate? Uncoverage, a website that will be announced on Monday, will test whether the public cares enough about investigative journalism to pay for it. The site, to be at Uncoverage.com, will allow journalists and nonprofits to seek crowdsourced funding for both articles and topics like, for example, the Syrian war.

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How journalists can conduct more effective searches on LinkedIn | IJNet

When Twitter was denying to the press its intention to become a public company, a USA Today reporter broke the story that it was in fact gearing up to launch its IPO. How did he break the story? By using LinkedIn to keep tabs on the company. Journalists can use LinkedIn to conduct more effective searches when looking for sources, story ideas or information. Here's how.

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Q&A: The Guardian’s Gabriel Dance on new tools for story and cultivating interactive journalism » Nieman Journalism Lab

In this Q&A with the Guardian’s Gabriel Dance that focuses on new tools for story and cultivating interactive journalism, Dance says, “I look forward to when the people we have in our newsrooms, aren’t defined by the medium in which they present their work. I’m looking forward to the day we can drop some of the prefixes and leave it as “reporter” or “journalist.””

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PandoDaily buys NSFWCorp to create investigative journalism unit | Poynter.

The NSFW team, including [founder Paul] Carr, will anchor a new, long-form investigative journalism unit at Pando. Carr says what looks like a study in contrast is actually a marriage that has long been in the planning. The site will rename itself Pando.com. “The NSFWCORP brand and voice will be going away, and everything will now be under the Pando brand,” PandoDaily Editor-in-Chief Sarah Lacy writes.

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Latest resources

10 December 2013

Guide to funding opportunities for cultural journalists in Europe

For any cultural journalist, or arts media professional, attending international events is a vital part of the job. However, as a niche specialisation, it can be difficult to secure funding to attend these events. This Guide provides a comprehensive list of resources and funding opportunities to support journalists, as well as other professionals in the cultural sectors.

9 December 2013

Leak Directory

Over the past year, the whistleblowing environment has received at lot of attention. Leak Directory is a resource that journalists can use to understand the risks and protocols of engaging with leakers, as well as discover potential sources. In particular, there are three main areas of the Directory that could be useful for journalists.

3 December 2013

Skyrecorder: Record Skype conversations

Skype has become a staple tool for journalists, yet, without a built in taping feature, it can be difficult to fully utilise it for newsgathering. As there is no in-phone means to record, reporters are forced to conduct interviews on speaker and tape them with a dictaphone. Not only does this turn out low quality audio, but it also carries with it an array of privacy concerns, particularly if the interview is being conducted in a public place. Skyrecorder provides a solution to this problem for journalists using Skype on iPhones.