A part of European Journalism Centre, the Journalism Grants encourage journalists, newsrooms and media houses to go beyond their usual reporting approaches and thus set a new and distinctive agenda for development and global health coverage.

Types of assistance offered by the organisation:

Funding

Target group: journalists

Operates in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, or the UK 

The European Development Journalism Grants programme encourages media organisations to go beyond their usual reporting approaches and set a new and distinctive agenda for development coverage. Reporting regularly on development topics during one year provides the opportunity to create awareness and engage audiences.

Funding

Target group: journalists

Operates in Germany 

The grant programme is designed for freelancers and staff journalists with a proven track record in covering development, global health or science. 20 grants of €15,000 available for journalists reporting from developing countries and publishing in German media.

Funding

Target group: journalists

Operates in France 

The grant programme is designed for freelancers and staff journalists with a proven track record in covering development, global health or science. 20 grants of €15,000 available for journalists reporting from developing countries and publishing in French media.

Funding

Target group: journalists

Operates in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, or the UK 

The Innovation in Development Reporting Grant Programme (IDR) is a media funding project operated by the European Journalism Centre. The grant programme aims to advance innovative reporting approaches, thus enabling a better coverage of international development issues. The average grant given is around €20,000 and the programme is open to both freelancers and newsrooms.

To find more open opportunities, please check the website.